Is “global warming” stealing my life?

Posted by on Jan 28, 2010 in Climate Change, Globalwarming, Science

Greetings 2010! It has been awhile since my last posting, but with all things in life, there is a natural winter rhythm that must be obeyed! Like a hirsute mammal, I was burrowed into a cave recharging for the spring [substitute Pacific island for cave in this case]. Throughout my winter journey, I was often […]

Climate Change?

Posted by on Nov 4, 2009 in Climate Change, Science

As a meteorology student, I often get asked questions from non-meteorologists about “global-warming.” Somehow we have all developed personal opinions about this subject unlike other environmental topics. (Do you have a personal opinion about the stabilization of the ozone hole? Of course not, that is like sooo 90s!) After all, a wide spectrum of disciplines […]

What is next?

Posted by on Oct 23, 2009 in Uncategorized

Another example of how your rights to privacy are continuing to be distorted by those who protect your right to own and use semi-automatic weapons. …gotta love our constitutional interpretations.

Tsunami in South Pacific

Posted by on Oct 1, 2009 in Science

Natural disaster in the South Pacific has evolved into tragedy along the Samoan islands. Just 2 days ago we first heard the news of the tsunami that was generated just offshore of Samoa. So far, it has resulted in over +100 deaths. Contrary to what many people believe, the impact of a tsunami, also referred […]

Spread the love, spread the data!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2009 in Climate Change, Science

Data is to science as to what keys are to a lock. Data allows scientists, those from any discipline who employ the scientific method, to answer questions. Since data can be a valuable tool, it is worthwhile to understand the background related to various types of data. For this example, I will describe climate data […]