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October 03, 2012

Naming Winter Storms

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It’s the beginning to look a lot like…winter? It’s been blogged by the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Weather Authority that the first strong shot of cold air is coming and coming fast. With that said, it’s time to discuss the Winter Storms and what we should call them. Check it out!
 

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Posted on October 3, 2012 07:31 PM by admin. .
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May 26, 2008

Astrologer Fails to Predict Cyclone

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It wouldn't be important that an astrologer failed to predict the Myanmar cyclone if astrology weren't important there.

Continuing on the theme of what can and cannot be predicted, the weather is the next logical topic and evidently a noted Burmese astrologer has publicly apologized for his failure to predict Cyclone Nargis. But in a country like Myanmar where they take astrology seriously, evidently the citizenry depends on their astrologers for this kind of thing:

 

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Posted on May 26, 2008 02:44 PM by cyclon608.
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Electricity from Trash

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Capturing methane from rotting garbage will help reduce climate change due to greenhouse gases.

Waste Management is creating electricity from rotting garbage at 100 of its landfills, and plans more such projects. This is a double win, as the methane gas produced by the garbage has a 21 times worse greenhouse gas effect than carbon dioxide. But now it can be captured to create energy rather than being emitted into the atmosphere.

 

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Posted on May 26, 2008 02:44 PM by climat603.
Filed in Weather under climate change.
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March 04, 2008

Climate Analysis

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From a post on calculating CO2 impacts correctly.

’m using this as an example of the kind of armchair analysis I would love to see more consumers and voters do on their own when faced with any buying or voting decision that has significant energy and/or environmental implications. Does this candidate’s claim make sense? How much money can I save by adjusting my thermostat a couple of degree or car pooling? How much CO2 can I avoid by signing up for 100% green electricity?

 

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Posted on March 4, 2008 11:40 PM by climat603.
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March 03, 2008

Angelo's Is Back

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Angelo's Restaurant in St. Marks was swept away by Hurricane Dennis.

Angelo’s was washed away by Hurricane Dennis in 2005 and just recently reopened this winter. It’s a beautiful place, lovely view and great food, but not the place to grab a quick and cheap bite to eat. We had enjoyable meal, though, sitting on the deck and watching the boats and birds over the bay.

 

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Posted on March 3, 2008 06:37 AM by hurric536.
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March 01, 2008

Is Carbon Neutrality Actually Possible?

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A look at whether products can achieve carbon neutrality.

The big question is where do you draw the line and say that this company is carbon neutral/negative and this one is not when they all rely heavily on carbon positive support?

 

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Posted on March 1, 2008 10:38 PM by climat603.
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February 11, 2008

Review: The End Of Suburbia

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Will climate change force us to re-think suburban development?

Of course, no one knows what’ll happen to the suburbs we have now. Will they become the slums of the future? At least one expert in the film predicts a scarier scenario where we may not even have time to build new ‘hoods with new urbanist design principles; we may just need to salvage what we have left in the face of global climate change.

 

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Posted on February 11, 2008 11:41 PM by climat603.
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