Daily Archives: August 25, 2008

Another frost advisory before Labor Day

More anecdotal colder than normal weather keeps piling up. This time it’s in Southern Oregon and Northeastern California. Clearly we are having some far earlier than normal frosts and freezes in the USA, and the situation seems to be mirrored … Continue reading

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Now what will T. Boone Pickens do?

Murphy’s Law in Action – Which to choose? Save the bats or save the planet? This presents an environmental quandary. – Anthony Wind Turbines Give Bats the “Bends,” Study Finds Brian Handwerk   for National Geographic News August 25, 2008 … Continue reading

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Greenland Ice Core Reveals History Of Pollution In The Arctic – But there’s a twist, it was worse 100 years ago

From: ScienceDaily (Aug. 20, 2008) Coal burning, primarily in North America and Europe, contaminated the Arctic and potentially affected human health and ecosystems in and around Earth’s polar regions, according to new research. The study was conducted by the Desert … Continue reading

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