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Spiced Chocolate Whiskey Lava Cake
Last night I may have made the best dessert I have ever created...of course it could have also been such a great dessert because I was able to share it with my loved ones.Or perhaps, it was so great b...
12/25/12 at 10:30 AM
The Wrecks of the Zephyr and the Commodore, Taranaki, New Zealand
Hunting up shipwrecks is fun to do, especially on New Zealand beaches where access is open and respect for the wreck expected. Following a brief note in our guidebook and not-very-helpful road sig...
4/29/12 at 11:14 AM
Ina Caldera - one of the moon's coolest, hottest mysteries
In the March 2012 issue of Sky and Telescope magazine there's a fascinating short article about a possible lunar volcanic landform called Ina Caldera. This 2-mile long D-shaped patch looks like noth...
1/30/12 at 2:06 PM A sky full of pets, both real and imaginary 2/1/11 at 2:03 PM
A snooze recalls the heyday of Martian volcanoes 1/5/11 at 3:06 PM
Today's Show Tuesday 4/27
Today on The Christopher Gabriel Program: Today we'll talk about Arizona's new Immigration Law, and the Backlash coming from it; Should the Talk Show Host who compared Tim Tebow's Draft Party to a &qu...
4/27/10 at 3:01 AM
In many parts of the northern United States and Canada people are reporting more vivid sunsets, especially with the purple shades over the past two weeks. The reason can be attributed to Russian&rsqu...
7/6/09 at 2:40 AM