The recent discovery of a prehistoric whale skeleton along the shore of the Potomac River may help scientists understand life and climate change millions of years ago during the Miocene Epoch. The dig lies 150 feet below ancient cliffs at Virginia's Stratford Hall, the birthplace of General Robert E. Lee.
Wading along this pristine shoreline, over fallen trees and under ancient cliffs Jon Bachman, who works at Stratford Hall was with a group of scientists in June when he found the 15 million-year-old whale skull.
One of Apple's first computers became the highest priced item ever sold in a Christie's online-only auction this month. The Apple “I” from the batch made in Steve Jobs’ famous garage, went for nearly $400,000.
Dave Larsen has an 800 foot storefront in downtown Floyd where he displays only a tiny fraction of his collection of historic computers. He says it’s one particular period that captivates most collectors; 1971 to 1981 when the first personal computers were being developed.
Cell phones seem to be everywhere, but they’re not always easy for everyone to use. An industrial design class at Virginia Tech invented a very smart, smartphone designed for people missing a limb… and everyone else.
Does your upcoming holiday weekend include some yard work? Maybe trying to control invasive plants taking over your landscaping? Butch Kelley is a volunteer with the Virginia Native Plant Society… Butch, before we talk plants, what is the Native Plant Society?