Which are Deadlier Hurricanes or Tornadoes
By: Vicki Phipps
Tornado SurvivalAs terrifying as they always are, tornado's are survivable. Be smart and don't panic.The Monster:Make no doubt about it. It may be amazing to watch from a distance. If you happen to see one, you may find yourself gazing at the sky in...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Sustainability Is An Ecological ImperativeWhy should we care about sustainability? The simple answer is this: because societies whose technologies or practices are not sustainable cease to exist. This is because they are maladapted to the realities and limitations inherent in their ecological context. Many complex...
By: Roy C Dudgeon
Completely Sustainable Emission-Free Technologies Already Exist: So Why Aren't We Implementing Them?Though there is much misinformation concerning these matters I am happy to inform you that all of the technologies to create a completely emission-free and sustainable energy economy already exist. It is commonly...
By: April Starr
Coyotes have gotten a bad rap of late here in the Phoenix Metro area. The problems that face coyotes here in the Valley of the Sun are human caused. Housing in the valley is spreading out across the desert floor at an alarming rate. Urban...
By: Laurie Childree
Energy has become a must instead of a luxury. Most of the items in our home, and in our lives run off of some form of energy or another. The problem is we have taken it for granted for so long that we tend to...
By: Darien Watkins
I have always felt that weather services worldwide receive unfair criticisms. The reasons for these criticisms is that the common citizen has no idea of the complexity our atmosphere exhibits. We have come a long way from using our fingers to detect an approaching storm...
By: Helen Holley
The calm waters, drooping moss of cypress and lulling song of wildlife all play their role in making the Louisiana swamps unique to the world, but unfortunately the roar of harvest machinery is presently disturbing the peacefulness of region. Over the course of history, Louisiana...
By: David Kramer
The statement, "Science fails to predict the weather" is one of those interested ways of conveying an idea by saying something totally untrue and meaning something completely different. A quick search of the web, tuning into television and radio, reading most newspapers, is a clear...
By: Shirley Lenz
Sabino Canyon Tucson, ArizonaIn the foothills of Arizona's southern Catalina Mountains 12 miles from downtown Tucson you will find Sabino Canyon. It begins at an altitude of 2,800 feet and rises to 3,300 feet at its end. Although it is a desert and...
By: Pierre Du Plessis
VolcanoesA terrible noise fills the air. Rocks are thrown hundreds of feet into the air. A cloud of ash blots out the sun. The mountain which was once so peaceful glows red as lava pours down its slopes. Volcano eruptions can come suddenly, with just...

 

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