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Tales of the unexpected

This post was originally an article written for the online Newsletter of theWeather Club  of the Royal Meteorological Society and is reproduced here with their permission) 605 more words

JPL Claim: Asian Pollution makes US Storms Worse

Story submitted by Eric Worrall

A new study from NASA’s JPL claims Asian air pollution causes worse storms in North America, especially during winter.

According to abstract, the study used a global climate-aerosol model to compare current conditions with modelled pre-industrial conditions. 475 more words


Orbs Shoot Beams Into Chemtrail [video]

Thank you, anonymous! Nice!

Here’s evidence that the Galactics are using their technologies to neutralize the chemtrails, as we’ve been told.  ~ BP

What's Happening On The Galactic Front

East Anglia's Giant Purple Blob


This is a guest post by Luke Surl, a PhD student in the Centre for Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (COAS) at the University of East Anglia, where he is… 741 more words

Science And Society

Climate: Historic paintings offer atmospheric clues

Study traces pollution levels by analyzing 500 years of art

Staff Report

FRISCO — Looking closely at some of the world’s great paintings from the past 500 years has enabled scientists to track the history of atmospheric pollution, based on the colors the artists used to depict the sky. 578 more words


Presentations by 3 students in March, 学生の学会発表

2014.March, Gifu 化学工学会年会
Annual Conference of Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
Surface characterization of organic thin film based on particle assembly (Oral)
(D3) 玄 大雄・Wuled Lenggoro… 64 more words


NASA predicts significant long-term warming

Despite the recent slowdown in the rate of global warming, a new NASA study shows that Earth’s climate will likely to continue to warm during this century on track with previous estimates. 298 more words

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