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Can't win! 

On a high note to start off with, Harrison has done brilliantly with the behaviour chart! It has worked wonders. Even though he was sick over the weekend with tonsillitis, he still was eager to please and receive those stickers for being a good boy. 436 more words

Amicus Apple

Visited in Aberdeen

Since our latest Sunday brunch hunt my colleagues have got a bit more savvy about the Aberdeen weekend food scene. This particular Sunday I had the tough task to chose one of a number of brunch diners, but once I heard the name… 596 more words

UK

Whit Sunday Weather 2015

It is a very mild by slightly breezy start the Whit Sunday bank Holiday.  The temperature at approximately 08:30 hours was around 12.5c.

The radar images are clearly showing a narrow band of rain that is passing down the UK from approximately the NW.   159 more words

Weather

Running in the heat!

One of the things i’m most concerned about when it comes to running the Wine and Dine Half Marathon at Walt Disney World in November is that despite the fact that it’s a night race, there is a good chance it’s going to be hot. 612 more words

Running

Best time to mow the lawn?

Today sees our area covered in a general blanket of medium height cloud.  The radar images and the high air pressure, however, suggest that there is only a very low (less than 9%) risk of rain today. 188 more words

Weather

GLOBAL WARMING

   Nowadays, our life is very different from what it used to be 200, 100 or even 50 years ago. All the achievements of modern society make people’s days much easier and give us plenty of choices and possibilities. 525 more words

Global Warming

Long-term conditioning to elevated pCO2 and warming influences the fatty and amino acid composition of the diatom cylindrotheca fusiformis

The unabated rise in anthropogenic CO₂ emissions is predicted to strongly influence the ocean’s environment, increasing the mean sea-surface temperature by 4°C and causing a pH decline of 0.3 units by the year 2100. 334 more words

Science