Greetings everyone! I hope all of you have had a good start to your week. There have been multiple rounds of severe weather across North America in the past few days, unfortunately it also includes fatalities which occurred during tornadoes in Oklahoma. Due to reviews of recent severe weather events and the pending severe weather today across the Southern Plains, this post will be another brief one. Having said that, let’s get started.
For your consideration, here are this week’s links…
An interesting read on those “Eureka” moments that many of us have every so often.
Check out these amazing images from the Hubble telescope of the planet Mars.
Just as no two snowflakes are alike, no two spiral galaxies are alike.
A very important question for current and future generations. Can cities be sustainable?
In many of the world’s most polluted cities, driving bans or restrictions are becoming commonplace.
Since the Paris climate agreement, cities and companies have pledged to fight climate change. What’s next?
On the positive side, more cities are becoming greener with renewable energy sources soaring through the roof.
Details on the commitments of the U.S. and the five Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden) on further climate action after the Paris Agreement.
Take a look at a very compelling climate change visualization that speaks volumes.
When studying the atmosphere, there’s more to it than the adrenaline rush of severe thunderstorms. Here’s an excellent read on the important study of the link between the Earth’s atmosphere and biodiversity.
A fascinating read on pinpointing the timing of when oxygen first appeared in the earth’s atmosphere.
2016 continues to break global temperature records with April being the seventh hot month in a row.
Somehow I strongly suspect that if the genders were switched, this wouldn’t have been an issue. “Reporter forced to cover up on live TV because her dress was too revealing.”
That’s a wrap for this post! I’d like to extend a warm “Welcome” to my new followers in social media. Glad you’re along for the fun!
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