What is a derecho? An atmospheric scientist explains these rare but dangerous storm systems

Russ Schumacher, Colorado State University Thunderstorms are common across North America, especially in warm weather months. About 10% of them become severe, meaning they produce hail 1 inch or greater…

Chinese virus: squashing the curve and heading for Gibraltar town

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Early in the Chinese-virus pandemic, Boris Johnson, the colorful British Prime Minister with the haystack-in-a-hurricane hairdon’t, talked of “squashing the sombrero”: for the curve of…

Climate Statistics 101: see the Slide Show AOC Tried, and Failed, to Censor

News 16 Jun, 2020 Climate Statistics 101: See the Slide Show AOC Tried, and Failed, to Censor This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office. This is the…

Arctic Ocean acidification worse than previously expected

University of Bern The Arctic Ocean will take up more CO2 over the 21st century than predicted by most climate models. This additional CO2 causes a distinctly stronger ocean acidification.…

Massive Saharan dust plume headed for the Gulf of Mexico, Florida

From WeatherBell Analytics: A mean looking dust plume will meander across the Atlantic during the next 10 days. It will help to keep a damper on any early-season tropical formation…

It’s All Over For The Green Blob’s Climate Billions Office

From The GWPF Date: 17/06/20 Ross Clark, Daily Mail Boris Johnson’s historic decision to abolish the standalone Department for International Development (Dfid) and roll its functions into the Foreign Office is…

A Cautionary tale for Bloggers

We received this email yesterday from our contact page. Name: Mel Email:Mgallery161@aol.com Website:http://trapmul Message: Hi, This is Melika and I am a professional photographer. I was discouraged, to put it…