It's easy to talk about corporate narratives undermining the fight to do something about climate change. But there's a lot of room for deeper research and more nuanced understanding. That's.
What can we know about the connection between severe weather events and climate change? It turns out that scientists are increasingly able to draw very clear connections between individual weather.
So as you may know, the Weather Channel decided to start naming winter storms this year. The only reason for this is to ratchet up the panic and increase ratings..
This is the greatest weather report in history: Onion Weather Center: Arizona Heatwave Forces Temporary Suspension Of Racial Profiling The best part is when they hope for tornadoes to destroy.
After a nasty windstorm yesterday, wide swaths of Cincinnati remain without power, including my house. Fortunately I'm in Lexington, leaving the task of eating all the food in the freezer.
It's been hot in Cincy.
Between this and this, I'm starting to worry that those doomsday NYC under water scenarios are not far off.