Tropical and non-tropical weather systems develop differently and are fueled differently. The Weather Channel should abandon its practice of naming winter storms.
Archives for November 2015
An ever-growing current trend is breeding and eating the hottest hot pepper. What is the chemistry of hot? Is there anything healthy in eating hot peppers?
There will be a major freezing rain event this week in the US. Decoded Science gives it a name, explains how it comes about, and tells you where it will hit.
A pair of similar, deep, tremors in Peru, an earthquake in the Solomon Islands and the continuing earthquake swarm in Oklahoma make this week’s headlines.
Decoded Science brings you all the latest news on climate change, snowstorms, typhoons and more.
October was hot; the first ten months of 2015 were hot. Decoded Science tells you how hot — and what it might mean.
West Lake Landfill Fire below the surface is nearing nuclear waste. How could this happen, and what are the dangers associated with burning radiation?
According to scientist Albert Einstein, our actions have been determined from the onset of the Universe – and we have no free will except for freedom from coercion.
On a relatively quiet week, the largest earthquake was off Japan – but an earthquake in Greece claimed lives.
Holidays often mean overindulgence. Often times certain foods are favored over others. Moderation, in the area of food consumption, is one key to health.