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Climate change and tornadoes. Are they really increasing?

One of the sacred tenets of climate change is that extreme weather is increasing. Is that really so?

Let us look at tornadoes. They occur when cold and hot air masses collide and in the fringes of hurricanes. 193 more words

Environment

Maryland Blue Crabs in the Chesapeake Bay

Summer is not complete in Maryland without blue crabs. Blue crabs are known across the country for their distinctive coloring and delicious taste, with around 594 million originating from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. 830 more words

Maryland

EARLY FOLIAGE ON OUR ROAD AND A STRANGE CONVERSATION

We went down to the river today because usually, the brightest colors of the season are along the water. You can often tell where the water is from a distance. 409 more words

Photography

Misleading Graphs

I love charts and maps as much as the next guy, but most of the graphs I come across — even in respected newspapers like the New York Times — are lacking even an attempt at rudimentary accuracy. 382 more words

Climate

Thinking About the Tropics

The colorful Keel-billed Toucan, the national bird of Belize, found across Latin America from Southern Mexico to Venezuela. Photo by Zdeněk Macháček on Unsplash. 1,435 more words
Nature