All of the sites from Rich Heuermann's talk from the July meeting!

Most preppers start out by building a stockpile of food and other supplies to use in case of emergency.

That makes sense, as without the right supplies it’s hard to make it through any crisis situation.

Of course, that raises the question of what to stockpile.

While that may seem like an easy question to answer, it’s really not.

Despite the recent development in radiometric dating of numerous zircons by LA-ICPMS, mineral separation still remains a major obstacle, particularly in the search for the oldest material on Earth.

To improve the efficiency in zircon separation by an order of magnitude, we have designed/developed a new machine – an automatic zircon separator (AZS).Whatever you do, don’t try to run out and buy a year’s worth of food in one week. Start by building a two-week stockpile; then increase it to a month.Keep adding, a month at a time, until you reach the point that you feel you need.In the wake of the Higgs, what will the next breakthrough at the LHC?October Mao Xiaochen Washington University The Dawn Mission: Vesta and Ceres November Bard Joliff, Ph D Washington University Lunar Geology December Pamela Gay, Ph D ASP Secret Squirrel Part 2 pdf version of Finest Objects for Public Nights Need an observing challenge this fall and want to have some fun with it, too? The SLAS Web Resource Guide The SLAS Astronomy Resources Handout SLAS Astrophotography Resource Guide The Websurfer's Guide to the Universe!Generally speaking, the more a food is processed, the worse it is for long-term storage. You can make a fairly nutritious diet out of grains, beans and canned goods.