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6 Old-Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather

By Jeremiah Johnson – Ready Nutrition

ReadyNutrition Guys and Gals, we’re going to cover the weather in this article: how important it is to forecast for bugging out, for your retreat location, and for your operations in a survival scenario.  1,403 more words

Prepping

Reducing food waste around the world would help curb emissions of planet-warming gases, lessening some of the impacts of climate change such as more extreme weather and rising seas, scientists said on Thursday.

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Polar Plunge to Grip Majority of Contiguous US Next Week

By Kristina Pydynowski – AccuWeather

The coldest and most far-reaching arctic blast so far this season will spread across the majority of the contiguous United States next week. 71 more words

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After a Tornado, Greensburg, Kansas, Rebuilt Green. Was It Worth It?

A decade ago, a tornado wiped out the small town of Greensburg, Kansas. But the town decided to rebuild—as a totally green community. Ten years out, has the green rebuilding program been successful, and is this a model that might be used by other towns?

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"How do blogs help you keep track of learning?"

   It helps because when you do something on the blog, you may look back on it whenever you want. Also, it helps people feel comfortable and have a safe place to post and not feel like their getting the wrong answer. 43 more words

Weather & Climate

"How do blogs help you keep track of learning?"

Blogs can be helpful in many different ways. Maybe not to all people, but in the right hands with the right tools it can be very useful.   161 more words

Weather & Climate

Tornado Alley

Interested in learning about tornado alley? Then you’ll want to read our tornado alley facts and information. Tornado Alley 101

Source: www.tornadofacts.net

This map nicely shows the particular air requirements needed for a tornado to form and why the part of the United States known as Tornado Alley accounts for the majority of the world’s tornadoes.

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