A vigorous wave in the jet stream will bring record cold and early snow to the eastern US. What’s the polar vortex bringing us this winter?
Archives for October 2014
This week, earthquakes in Tonga, Greece and Alaska, though in different parts of the world, show certain tectonic similarities.
Tropical and extra-tropical systems — and some which are a little of each — are prominent this week. Here’s where the wind, warm, wet, and cold are located.
Researchers suppose soy to be one reason for Asian longevity and good health, but what does chemistry say about the soybean, a dietary staple for many?
Medical research often fails to include women assuming men and women respond the same. But when it comes to heart health and stress, it just isn’t so.
NOAA’s monthly temperature reports are starting to sound like a broken record — literally. So just how warm was it in September?
There were no major earthquakes this week, but there was plenty of low-level activity worldwide, including Alaska, Iceland and Japan’s Ryuku Islands.
The mid-latitudes and tropics join forces to create some wild weather, including an unusual storm on the other side of the world. Here’s where it is and how it happens– plus World Series weather.
The climate prediction center has issued its winter forecast for the United States. Guess what? Not so bad. But also maybe not so reliable.
Synthesis of organic compounds is simplified using famous, or name-brand, chemical reactions, including Friedel-Crafts alkylations and acylations.