I am an "old school" college football fan so often complain about the sheer number of Bowl games these days. There is virtually one named after all of my snacks or home services. However, the system "is what it is" as they say so I deal with it and watch them.
There are some things that just scream "Holidays" - Lines to see Santa at the mall, Menorahs, and family gatherings. In many households, food is a big part of those gatherings. One of the most popular side dishes at many dinners, including my house, is collard greens.
On Wednesday December 18th, an EF-2 rated tornado struck in Port Orchard, Washington near Seattle. The National Weather Service-Seattle tweeted that it was the strongest tornado to hit Washington state since 1986.
Marshall Shepherd, a University of Georgia faculty presenter from TEDxUGA 2018: Connect, was the featured talk on TED.com. In his talk, “3 kinds of bias that shape your worldview,” Shepherd explains how confirmation bi
It this Tweet over the weekend by the National Weather Service-Bay Area did not get your attention then I am not sure what will:
Ok, I am going to go ahead and admit something. I was a research meteorologist for 12 years at NASA Goddard Space Center and served as Deputy Project Scientist for the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission. I currently chair NASA's Earth Science Advisory Committee.
The NASA photo below of “Earth-rise” viewed from the surface of the moon is perfect context for my next two statements: 1. Earth is not flat and 2. NASA has placed astronauts on the surface of the moon. These statements are no different than stating that a lemon is yellow or water is a liquid.…
The Atlantic hurricane season of 2017 gave us names that we will remember for a long time. Storms like Harvey, Irma, and Maria were a part of the most expensive hurricane season in U.S. history. Damage estimates easily exceed $200 billion.
Tis the season...not for the various holidays people celebrate. It is the season for snow forecasts. I live in Georgia, and this weekend the "ominous" word snow was in the forecast.
As I write this, the southeast United States is bracing for a winter storm, at least by our standards. You know what that means. Many people have rushed out to buy bread, milk and eggs.