An electrical strike from the top of the cloud not the bottom. Wow. This time the electrons truly would be flowing upward.
Essentially particles of solid and liquid matter suspended in air. Air pollution if you like.
Sci Show put together a nice review, but it is, like most of their videos, very fast.
Get ready to pay for this. As we continue to ignore climate change, someone is going to have to pay for all these people moving uphill as the ocean level rises.
Bad stuff here. NASA image of the wildfires from space.
Wow this is beautiful. Stormchaser Mike Olbinski chased massive storms across the American southwest to create the latest installment of his Monsoon series.
30 days at sea timelapse
just so you know…
The seed bank designed to protect Earth’s biodiversity in case of an Armageddon-type event is flooding thanks to global climate change.
On Saturday, February 11, 2017, on week ago. Mangum, Oklahoma recorded a temperature of 99˚.
Now occasional warmer temps in February the lower Great Plains is not uncommon, but this warm, is, and this frequently, is. Although the trend seems to be that it is increasing. Wonder why?
This isn’t good.
Human ingenuity may have come through again. Could this solve global warming?
There are quite a few odd types of clouds, this is one.
Wanna bet that his opponent doesn’t take the bet? They never do.
Update: I didn’t realize this was from April. Of course he didn’t take the bet.
When will we start taking global climate change seriously?
Very nice. The next time a confused person tries to tell you that lighting goes from the ground up, show them this. What they mean is that the current flows that direction, but that is fairly meaningless.
Published on May 24, 2016
Professor Ningyu Liu at the Geospace Physics Laboratory caught a beautiful lightning show from a recent storm. It’s recorded at 7000 frames per second and the playback speed is 700 frames per second.
A mild winter in Ohio? That would be nice.
I said “No snow day (cold day) Thursday, but Friday was a possibility. Well, turns out we got both. Again, it isn’t my call, and I totally understand why. But I still stick by my forecast.
At this year’s Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Wind conditions kicked up a small vortex of wind called a dust devil, sort of a mini tornado if you will. No one was hurt, but the rotation of the objects shows how the air is moving.