Greetings everyone! I hope all of you are having a great start to the week and the weather is good, if not interesting, in your neck of the woods. The North American severe weather season has gotten into full swing with several days already having had all modes of severe weather occur. There’s plenty of climate change stories in the news as well with over 120 nations ready to sign the UN accord on climate change. On that note, let’s get started.
For your consideration, here are this week’s links…
A job well done! Watch the SpaceX land it’s rocket on a floating pad in full 4K resolution!
This NASA researcher claims ionized air molecules may help predict earthquakes in advance.
Many people play the romanticist view of mid 19th century United Kingdom, and England in particular, as an era of chivalrous gentlemen & alluringly coquettish women. Nothing could be further from the truth in this retrospective of a London-based sewage disaster.
A recent study suggests that the Earth’s soils could store tremendous amounts of greenhouse gasses.
For my fellow musicians. “The Eco Guide To Guitars.”
Even in the 21st century with a plethora of information available, there’s uncertainly and doubt in being an environmentalist.
National Hurricane Preparedness Week may not be until May, but it’s never too soon to prepare. The National Hurricane Center’s preparedness website has everything you need to know.
A good read on the inexorable climate/weather/public health link and how climate change can harm your health.
An interesting concept that has it benefits…and inevitable drawbacks. Forecasting tornadoes in the long-term.
Speaking of forecasting, here’s an interesting read on Panasonic’s claim of having created the world’s best weather model.
There are many facets of climate change that are very clear-cut while others are more vague.
A good read from Climate Central. “Climate change is a major threat to human health, with extreme heat likely to kill 27,000 Americans annually by 2100, according to a report released by the White House.”
Slow but steady progress as over 120 nations will sign the UN’s accord to fight global warming.
El Niños and La Niñas are particularly difficult to predict at this time of year, so exactly what happens remains to be seen.
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