By: Darian Peters
The Southern Oscillation is a weather pattern found in the tropical Pacific Ocean. It goes through two phases. One of these is a warm phase and is known as El Nino, which is Spanish for the little boy. The other is a cold phase known...
Austria: Flood of June 2009
By: Ethel Smith
June 2009 saw news coverage of severe flooding in Austria. Another summer and another country experiencing unseasonable weather. Having had personal experience of flooding, in the UK in June 2007, I found myself drawn to this news. In a mere 72 hours, what would...
By: Thom W. Conroy
Individuals that reside in locations that are prone to annual hurricanes can become desensitized to the dangers over time, and many stay behind at a time when evacuation would be the prudent move. The best way to ensure hurricane survival is to safeguard home and...
By: Betty Blake
Hurricane season officially begins on June 1 and ends on November 30. For those who reside in the hurricane paths, this period can be rather stressful and challenging. Without a clear plan of action and preparation, one can become panic stricken and anxious. In order...
What is an Indian Summer?
By: Ethel Smith
In England, nine times out of ten, as soon as the children return to school, from their Summer holidays, in early September, we experience a brief Indian Summer. This often starts the second week in September and can last for a few weeks. Occasionally it...
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What is the difference between smog and fog. A very simple question, but one with some interesting complications.. Smog is defined in the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary as ": a fog made heavier and darker by smoke and chemical fumes; also : a photochemical haze caused...
Should Scientists Allowed Divert Hurricane Major City Dooming Rural
By: T. Scott Randolph
I write on the side of yes for two reasons. One is a simple case of numbers. If a major hurricane hits a major city, the loss of human life can be staggering. Hurricane Katrina showed us this when it destroyed New Orleans. I am...
By: Morgan Carlson
The purpose of weather vanes has long been solely to determine the direction the wind is blowing. The importance for knowing wind direction has its roots in early times before technological assistance on the prediction of weather has given us reasonable followings of weather forecast...
Which American states experience the hottest temperatures?
By: Elizabeth M Young
When it comes to hot weather, there are places where it seems that no one should be living there. Some of America's states exhibit highs of heat that just do not make sense, when it comes to human occupation. We are not just talking about...
Hurricane Major Cities Rural George Bush Katrina Louisiana Politics Scientists God
By: David Brown - 226423
Diverting a major hurricane, yet any form of impending natural disaster is dealing the cards that God had planned for His earthly creation. It is a shame that so many hurricanes that have already occurred came with a price, but did God not destroy His...

 

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