This week saw earthquakes off Oregon and El Salvador and in western China – but were the causes as obvious as they first appear?
Archives for November 2016
All was relatively quiet in the US this week – but an earthquake and tsunami off the Japanese island of Honshu was a reminder of a past disaster.
La Niña has temporarily slowed the rate of global warming, but 2016 is still the warmest any year has ever been over the first ten months.
A major earthquake series in New Zealand dominated the week – but there was a large earthquake in Japan, and new research on Oklahoma’s earthquake swarm.
No, it’s not your medical marijuana working overtime. The moon really IS bigger and brighter on November 13 to 15, 2016. It’s the grand finale of a three-body celestial dance.
Earthquakes occur in broadly the same area — this week in Chile, Indonesia and Oklahoma. Are the Oklahoma ‘quakes increasing in number and magnitude?
In the cult movie, Reefer Madness, we witness teenagers lured to smoke marijuana – the teens then ultimately become paranoid and delusional as a result. Is this an accurate portrayal of the effects of marijuana – and are there any mitigating benefits of this drug? Marijuana & Science: Positives and Negatives Contrary to popular opinion, […]
This week’s damaging earthquake in central Italy, fortunately, cost no lives. There were also tremors in Oklahoma and off the coast of Chile.
October’s weather featured blockbuster tropical cyclones in the Atlantic and Pacific and a historic climate agreement. So what’s the forecast for the winter? Read on.