Daily Archives: September 6, 2010

Boulder Fire

‘Many structures’ destroyed in Boulder Co. fire; 200 homes evacuated BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. – More than 200 homes were evacuated in the foothills west of Boulder as a wind-fueled wildfire burned out of control Monday. The “Fourmile Canyon Fire” was … Continue reading

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Are Arctic and Antarctic Ice Correlated?

There may be a correlation between ice extent loss in the Arctic and ice extent gain in the Antarctic. Arctic in red. Antarctic in green

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Riding Against The Wind

We had 45 mph tropical storm force gusts of wind this morning, and I had the interesting experience of riding up into the foothills on grades as steep as 20% – directly into wind. There were a few times when … Continue reading

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New Page – Maps and Graphs

Check it out. There is a link right below Toto https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/maps-and-graphs/

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Russian Heatwave – Below Zero

Russia is finishing up its record heatwave summer with some sub-zero (C) temperatures in the north.

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Proper Building Codes Save Lives

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/ Christchurch, New Zealand was hit with a 7.0 magnitude earthquake last Friday, which caused up to 11 feet of horizontal displacement. Yet no one was killed and only two people were injured.

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The “Environmentalists Paradox”

Cartoon from Reason Magazine From The Guardian : We hear lots of concerned chatter these days – not least, here on this site – about peak oil, peak water, deforestation, resource depletion and the like, but a popular riposte offered by … Continue reading

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