Tornado Quest Science Links And Much More For Dec. 21 – 28, 2015

For those who are celebrating, Happy Holidays! Whether you’re with family and friends or alone…taking a few days off or working…I hope you’re having a nice holiday season. Since this is the holiday season, this week’s post will be on the brief side.

For your consideration, here are this week’s links…


A very important look at the cultural shift that has to come to fruition before gender equality in science can exist.

Check out this collection of the “best” science images of 2015.


You can never read enough good advice on netiquette…and this article and this one are a “must reads.”


A very thought-provoking read. “Scientific Method And The Better Angels Of Our Nature.”


For those into birds and citizen science, here’s the perfect project to get you through the drudgery of the holiday season.


Changes in the way of life are an unfortunate byproduct of living in a city that has some of the world’s worst air quality.

Here’s some very encouraging renewables news. “Africa Could Lead World On Green Energy.”

Getting rid of holiday rubbish can be a hassle. Here’s a good read on how to handle the Christmas trash.


The Polar Vortex was a hot topic amongst atmospheric scientists in the past two or three years, but not so much lately. What happened?

Did this year’s Christmas seem rather warm to you? Indeed it was…and a record shattering one at that.

A very nice read with an optimistic viewpoint. “This Is Why Scientists Have Hope For The Climate.”

That’s a wrap for this post! Once again, if you’re celebrating the holidays, I hope you’re having a grand time!


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