I don’t know how many people know this, but rip currents, on average, kill more people each year across the U.S.
Well, that sure was a cool March. Not only that, the weird thing is that it came one year after the warmest March on record for much of the country. As a matter of fact, last March we e
So, you want to know more about the genes that make you what you are? Or, maybe you’re interested in knowing what your potential disease vulnerability is by getting your genome sequenced?
March, April, May.
Remember when cod fish was one of the most popular (and inexpensive) fish to be found, especially in the frozen fish aisle of your grocery? How about cod fish on restaurant menus?
Not many of you know this, but I’ve been consulting for a world development power generating company.
All kinds of winds, and all kinds of names. I've taken these out of the AMS glossary, and where noted other sources, plus the NWS archives. Have at it. Kind of a fun tour across t
This article has nothing to do with climate warming and long-term weather and climate trends, so don’t take this, nor any other short-term weather phenomena as some sort of climate and world
Sounds simple enough. We might not be able to see it, unless it carries “stuff” with it, but all it is, is a breeze. Right?
January is one of the two months that are at the “heart” of the winter season.