Will there be an El Niño? Will it be another snowy winter? What’s going on in the tropics? Here are the answers.
Archives for September 2014
Selective prosecution and confusing laws mean criminal charges for individuals who inadvertently cross state lines with licensed guns. Could the Mistake of Law defense help?
Emma Watson’s speech advocating for equal rights and treatment includes elements of the historical suffrage movement, as well as post-modern feminism.
Japan’s Mt. Ontake has erupted, killing over 30 people. Should scientists be able to better predict volcanic eruptions in advance?
New research shows where all the Earth’s extra heat is going: It’s in the oceans, and may stay there for five or more years. What’s next for climate change?
The media suggest that the current Icelandic eruption is on a par with those of Vesuvius and Mt St Helen’s? Is the Bárðarbunga volcano really that significant?
An earthquake of M6.2 struck inland Alaska, affecting residents of Anchorage, on 25 September, 2014. What caused this quake, and how do we know?
Excellent harvest weather in the eastern US this weekend, compliments of an omega block; warm in Europe under a flat ridge. Find out what’s happening and what the weather will be like.
Shellshock -not a new bug, but it has the potential to affect millions of systems worldwide. Is your computer or server in danger from this vulnerability?
The huge King Fire in California continues to burn, helped along by this year’s drought. Why do some wildfires spread, while others do not?