The month is changing this Sunday; the time will change next Sunday. When will the weather recognize spring?
Archives for February 2015
January, 2015 was the second warmest January for land and sea temperatures, continuing the trend of a warmer earth. But the distribution of warmth and cold has changed from previous months.
Among this week’s many earthquakes were tremors in Vanuatu, Spain and Colorado. What’s the seismic story behind these quakes?
It’s another busy weather week, with continuing cold in the US, a global report on January temperatures, a famous climate-change denier in hot water, and a warning from New York. Here’s all the hot — and not-so-hot — news.
The thought of a lab technician poking at your flesh for a juicy vein conjures feelings of anxiety. Nonetheless, blood is sampled daily under the worst and best conditions imaginable. With the advent of Cell Phone technology, blood draws may be simpler and safer.
Who knows what makes rain and snow? Yeti knows, and He makes it every which way.
Current scientific theories as to the origin of life are affected by the early church and the development of the theory of vitalism.
Who knows what’s causing unusual warmth in the western US? The Shadow knows: The Jet Stream and warm water.
Missouri looks quiet and stable, tectonically speaking. But what’s the seismic history of the home of the NMSZ – and what are the risks of future major earthquakes?
The media’s obsession with black on black crime doesn’t acknowledge the growing issue of white on white crime. What’s going on with today’s criminal activity?