Tag: Atlantic Tsunami

The Value of Breast Milk

I recently read a piece, “The Case Against Breast-Feeding,” by Hanna Rosin in the Atlantic, which called the benefits of breast-feeding to babies into question. Former breast-feeding mom that I am, Rosin’s argument caught my attention and has had me mulling it over for several weeks. I hadn’t come to any conclusion when I spotted […]

Atlantic Ocean Tsunami in 300 BC?

BBC World News America reports May 3, that a possible tsunami hit the Northeast coastal region 2300 years ago. Given the results from more than 20 sedimentary deposit cores, it seems a “violent force” swept the region in 300 BC. Steven Goodbred, an earth scientist at Vanderbilt University is quoted as saying, “if we’re wrong, […]