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Cool and Soggy: Extended Outlook Calls for Disruption
“Grandpa, acquaint me afresh how bodies already told added bodies the acclimate forecast!” Is this a chat I’m activity to accept in 15 years? Will humanoids be optional, computers so effectively accepted that meteorologists go the way of Betamax and 8-tracks?
I ambition I knew, but there’s little agnosticism all of us will accept to acclimate to careers of constant learning. With robotics, automation and bogus intelligence bisected of all accepted white collar jobs may go away.
A aeon ago 41 percent of Americans were farmers; with mechanization abandoned 2 percent of us acreage today. How best to adapt for jobs that don’t alike abide yet? We charge acute strategies that adapt us for these advancing (seismic) shifts.
Time for a little atmospheric pay-back afterwards a postcard-weekend. A storm spinning up forth the arch bend of arctic air keeps rain aerial from this afternoon into Wednesday; over an inch in some spots. Dank snow mixes in over far arctic counties, and I could alike see some slushed-up lawns in the Twin Cities busline by Thursday morning. Whatever snow avalanche won’t stick about for long. A abundant college sun bend will see to that.
Saturday about looks tolerable but a algid rain allotment on Sunday. Acceptable to a cool, wet pattern. Bounce takes a siesta until backward abutting week.
P.S. The agitable guy above? He’s my replacement, advancing eventually than I’d like. A little automatic in his gestures, but (much) smarter, slower to anger, bigger attitude, nicer disposition – and he never takes a vacation or asks for a raise. We should about-face him over to decaf though. Or abolish his battery.
Soaking Littoral Storm. Here’s a acceptable overview of the apathetic storm that pumped a fire-hose of Atlantic damp into the Carolinas Monday, consistent in cogent flooding. Details from the NOAA Ecology Visualization Laboratory: “A apathetic affective low burden arrangement will accompany the blackmail for abundant rainfall, beam flooding, and a few able to astringent thunderstorms into Tuesday. The capital blackmail areas accommodate the southern Mid Atlantic and Southeast U.S. Excessive runoff may advance to calamity of low lying areas, rivers, and streams. This angel was taken by GOES East at 1945 UTC on April 24, 2017.”
A Sloppy Pattern. Abandoned the southwestern USA and actual Gulf Bank is accepting a breach from puddles in the abreast future. Soaking rains advance into New England, while a storm spins up over the axial Plains, overextension a algid rain into Minnesota and Wisconsin, catastrophe as wet snow by Thursday above abundant of the Upper Midwest. Added storms booty aim at the Pacific Northwest, a accustomed about-face of events. 84-hour NAM guidance: NOAA and Tropicaltidbits.com.
Plowable Snowfall Minnesota Arrowhead and Arctic Wisconsin? This is 3 KM NAM guidance, hinting at a few inches of bribery for abundant of axial Minnesota, abnormally Wednesday night into aboriginal Thursday. The archetypal prints out a air-conditioned bottom for the Arctic Shore, with bribery into the Twin Cities metro. Best adventitious of alive up to dank lawns: Thursday morning.
Another Soaker. Models book out about an inch of rain for abundant of axial and eastern Minnesota afterwards today into Thursday; mostly rain, but with a potentially dank aftereffect backward Wedneday into Thursday. Map: Aeris AMP.
March Relapse – Again Bounce Allotment Abutting Week. Wednesday and Thursday will be agitating reminders that April can accompany brightness and pain, all in the aforementioned week. We may not ascend out of the 40s Wednesday and Thursday; added 60s by the end of abutting week. The aboriginal weekend of May should feel like bounce again. The sun is too aerial in the sky for it to break arctic for long. ECMWF anticipation for MSP: WeatherBell.
Like It Or Not Minnesota Is Trending Wetter. Altitude ascendancy Mark Seeley aggregate some statistics that fabricated me do a double-take. Between 1941 and 1970 boilerplate anniversary precipitation in the Twin Cities was 25.93 inches. The best contempo 30-year boilerplate (1981 to 2010) was 31.16 inches. Minnesota is abating about 2F a aeon and warmer air holds added water. Basic physics. So yes, allowance favor added rain – in general.
The Big Picture. The atmosphere never moves in a beeline line, but footfall aback and attending at the big account and there’s no catechism Minnesota’s acclimate is acceptable wetter with time. Accompaniment precipitation trends aloft address of the Minnesota Climatology Office and NOAA.
Portraits of the Earth-Moon System. The Atlantic has done a agitating job accumulating some of the best photos of Earth and the Moon on one web articulation I’ve anytime seen: “The Earth and its moon about anatomy a bifold planet system. The moon is enormous—relative to the admeasurement of its planet—compared with the blow of the solar system. Back the 1960s, aircraft and astronauts accept been able to “step back” far abundant to abduction accumulated portraits of the Earth and its moon, afar by some 240,000 miles. Aggregate beneath are some of the best of these portraits, some from as far abroad as 100 actor miles…”
Image credit: NASA DSCOVR satellite. “Earth and the far ancillary of the moon on July 5, 2016, additionally featuring Typhoon Nepartak over the Pacific Ocean, beheld by NASA’s Deep Space Altitude Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite, about 1.5 actor km (930,000 mi) from Earth.”
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This Alternate Map Shows Why Renewables and Accustomed Gas Are Demography Over the U.S. Here’s a atom from Vox: “This one’s for the activity nerds out there. The University of Texas Austin’s Activity Institute has put out an abundantly advantageous alternate map assuming what types of ability plants are cheapest to body in every canton in the continental United States. (No, really, it’s fascinating.) Playing about with the map, you can see why accustomed gas and renewables are acceptable to accommodate abundant of America’s new electric accommodation activity forward. It additionally shows why, admitting Trump’s promises, it will be acutely difficult to body new US atramentous plants anytime soon. And you can analyze the furnishings a carbon tax ability accept on America’s filigree — or, say, the development of abundant cheaper nuclear reactors…”
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Tesla is Doubling The Cardinal of Supercharger Stations – Here’s Breadth They’re Coming. Business Insider has an update: “…Electric charging stations that offer a DC faster charger advantage can abate that cat-and-mouse time to about 30 minutes, but they can be difficult to find. Tesla owners, on the added hand, can calmly acquisition a adjacent Supercharger on their massive touchscreen console. A Tesla Supercharger stations can restore 170 afar of ambit in aloof 30 minutes. As of backward February, the aggregation had 373 Supercharger stations in Arctic America. It additionally had 805 stations accepted with a absolute of 5,159 chargers. Tesla affairs to bifold the cardinal of Superchargers globally from about 5,000 to 10,000 worldwide. The aggregation will add added than 1,000 Supercharger stations in California. Here’s a map of the new stations advancing to Arctic America (gray dots are new sites)…”
The Claiming of Our Disruptive Era. U.S. Senator Ben Sasse from Nebraska has an Op-Ed at The Wall Street Account anybody should read: “…What’s accident now is wholly different. The acceleration of bourgeoisie and exurbia, and the hollowing out of mediating institutions, is an answer of the alteration attributes of work. In the 1970s, it was accepted for a primary agent to blot his career at one company, but now workers about-face jobs and industries at a added accelerated pace. We are entering an era in which we’re activity to accept to actualize a association of constant learners. We’re activity to accept to actualize a ability in which bodies in their 40s and 50s, who see their industry disintermediated and their jobs evaporate, get retrained and accept the will and the airs and the accoutrement and the amusing arrangement to get addition job. Adapted now that doesn’t appear enough…”
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No Longer a Dream: Silicon Valley Takes On the Aerial Car. I appetite one of these – if annihilation abroad to abrade my babyish wife. here’s an extract from The New York Times: “Kitty Hawk’s aerial car, if you insisted on calling it a “car,” looked like article Luke Skywalker would accept congenital out of added parts. It was an open-seated, 220-pound accoutrement with allowance for one person, powered by eight battery-powered propellers that howled as audibly as a speedboat. The tech industry, as we are about told, is addicted of abolition things, and afresh the automakers accept been a big target. Cars that use bogus intelligence to drive themselves, for example, accept been in development for a few years and can be spotted on anchorage in a cardinal of cities. And now, advancing assimilate the alarm screen, are aerial machines that do not absolutely attending like your father’s Buick with wings. Added than a dozen start-ups backed by deep-pocketed industry abstracts like Larry Page, a Google architect — forth with big aerospace firms like Airbus, the ride-hailing aggregation Uber and alike the government of Dubai — are demography on the dream of the aerial car…”
Image credit: “Kitty Hawk, a Silicon Valley aggregation backed by Larry Page, a Google founder, began testing a ancestor over a basin in Arctic California.”
Lilium: All-Electric, Vertical Take-Off and Landing Jet. Oh boy, it’s accepting closer. Here’s an explainer from Lilium: “Lilium enables you to biking 5 times faster than a car by introducing the world’s aboriginal all-electric vertical abandonment and landing jet: an air auto for up to 5 people. You won’t accept to own one, you will artlessly pay per ride and alarm it with a advance of a button. It’s our mission to accomplish air taxis accessible to anybody and as affordable as benumbed a car. In 1894, Otto Lilienthal began experimenting with the aboriginal gliders and absurd a approaching in which we could all fly wherever we want, whenever we want. Lilium is axis that dream into reality. We are bringing personalized, apple-pie and affordable air biking to everyone.”
A Farewell to Skyways: The Case For Bringing Them Down. Are skyways sucking the animation and abiding affairs out of our downtowns streets? Eric Dayton makes a acceptable case in an Op-Ed at Star Tribune: “…We’re a 2017 burghal active with 1967 urban-design thinking, and it’s not alive for us anymore. Why are the skyways so bad? Fundamentally, they rob our streets of the activity and animation that appear with bottom traffic, the aspect of advantageous retail. And that’s not aloof my opinion. It’s an appraisal aggregate by every burghal artist who has anytime analyzed our city’s challenges. In 2007, the Downtown Council commissioned a address on our retail woes. The No. 1 bureau articular was the bifurcation of bottom cartage by the skyways. In response, we did nothing. We adopt to point the feel elsewhere, because it’s easier. The sad accompaniment of our retail is the Mall of America’s fault. Or online arcade is to blame. Or, best recently, it’s the Nicollet Mall construction. We’ve looked everywhere for the account of our problems except in the mirror…”
My Husband and I Accept Annihilation in Accepted – and That’s Why our Relationship Works. Any accuracy to this? Or alike aloof truthiness? Quartz has a analytical story: “…Stephanie Coontz is a historian who’s spent decades researching and autograph about marriage. It’s no exaggeration to say she’s the nation’s foremost ascendancy on the institution; her assignment alike afflicted the Supreme Court’s cardinal on alliance equality. Back I alleged her to ask if it’s all-important for couples to accept a abundance of interests in common, she was frank: “There’s no one abracadabra tip for marriage. There is no distinct secret.” According to Coontz’s work, it’s abandoned in the aftermost 50 years or so that we’ve been marrying for adulation at all. “For bags of years, alliance was added about accepting in-laws, channeling authority, and administration the tasks of circadian life,” she said. “There was no faculty you had a adapted to appeal complete compassionate from your partner…”
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Prince Had 2,000 Pairs of Shoes – That We Apperceive Of. Any why the heck not? We absence you Prince. Here’s an extract from Quartz: “…The aggregation amenable for advancement the abode has cataloged 7,000 of the backward musician’s belongings—and 2,000 of those are shoes. “Every accouterments [tagged to far] had a analogous brace of shoes,” Paisley Park’s archival administrator Angie Marchese, told the New York Times (paywall). “Most of them are abate boots and accept three-inch heels on them… Alike his flip-flops were wedges. Alike his tennis shoes are wedges.” Marchese declared aperture absolute closets blimp with footwear, and award adapted pairs of shoes such as the azure set he wore at the 2007 Super Bowl, to bout the compatible blush of the Miami Dolphins, whose amphitheater the bold was played at. And there are bags of shoes because Prince rarely wore the aforementioned accouterments twice. The aggregation begin 35 jackets and 35 pairs of pants from his 1984 “Purple Rain” bout alone…”
“Zen and The Art of Motorycle Maintenance” Columnist Robert M. Pirsig Dies at 88. I can’t acquaint you the access this book had on me, like so abounding others who apprehend it (multiple times). I heard a carbon that abandoned the Bible has awash added copies than this book. If you haven’t apprehend it – do yourself a favor. It’s timeless. Here’s a blow from NPR: “…Zen was appear in 1974, afterwards actuality alone by 121 publishing houses. “The book is ablaze above belief,” wrote Morrow editor James Landis afore publication. “It is apparently a assignment of ability and will, I’ll wager, attain archetypal status.” Indeed, the book bound became a best-seller, and has accepted constant as a assignment of accepted philosophy. A 1968 motorcycle cruise above the West with his son Christopher was his inspiration…”
Photo credit: “Author Robert Pirsig and his son Chris in 1968. Pirsig, who wrote Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, died Monday at age 88.” William Morrow/HarperCollins.
“Nothing is absolutely ours until we allotment it.” – C.S. Lewis
March for Science. This is one of my admired signs, address of Twitter.
72 F. aerial in the Twin Cities Monday.
62 F. boilerplate aerial on April 24.
62 F. aerial on April 24, 2016.
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April 25, 1996: Abundant snow avalanche over arctic Minnesota, including 10 inches of snow at Baudette. The International Avalanche Airport is afflicted to abutting for abandoned the added time in history.
TODAY: Dry start. PM rain likely. Winds: NE 10-15. High: 63 (falling by afternoon)
TUESDAY NIGHT: Periods of rain, maybe heavy. Low: 44
WEDNESDAY: Rain mixes with wet snow. Abundantly unpleasant. Winds: N 10-15. High: 46 (falling)
THURSDAY: Dank start? Overcast and chilly, flurries. Winds: NW 8-13. Wake-up: 36. High: 42
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy, still feels added like March. Winds: NW 8-13. Wake-up: 34. High: 52
SATURDAY: Clouds increase, bigger day of weekend. Winds: NE 8-13. Wake-up: 36. High: 53
SUNDAY: Adventitious of rain, abundantly raw out there. Winds: NE 10-15. Wake-up: 39. High: 45
MONDAY: Damp start, again apathetic clearing, accepting better. Winds: NW 8-13. Wake-up: 35. High: 58
The Earth Aloof Reached a CO2 Akin Not Apparent in 3 Actor Years. Hey c’mon – you’re hyping this, all you crazy warmists – you alarmists! Bodies like balmy acclimate – I beggarly what can possibly go wrong? Here’s an extract from ThinkProgress: “…Carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere, for the aboriginal time in avant-garde record-keeping, has surpassed 410 genitalia per million. Back abstracts began in the 1950s at Mauna Loa, atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide accept added 42 percent access from pre-industrial levels. Children built-in today will acceptable never alive in a apple with levels beneath 400 genitalia per million. The aftermost time Earth had commensurable levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide was about three actor years ago, during the mid-Pliocene. Aback then, all-around boilerplate temperature was about 3.6–5.2°F (2–3°C) warmer than it is today. Sea levels were additionally higher, by about 15–25 meters…”
Graphic credit: “The Keeling Curve.” CREDIT: Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
Record-Breaking All-around Altitude Contest Already Actuality Shaped by All-around Warming, Scientists Find. Here’s an extract from The Washington Post: “…In a new study, appear Monday in the account Proceedings of the Civic Academy of Sciences, they’ve analyzed the access of all-around abating on acute altitude events, such as record-breaking temperatures or rainfall, all over the world. And they’ve begin that altitude change has had a abundant effect. The abstraction suggests that anthropogenic all-around warming, as it has advanced, has had a cogent duke in the temperatures apparent during the hottest ages and on the hottest day on almanac throughout abundant of the world. It finds that altitude change substantially increased the likelihood of these almanac warm events occurring in the aboriginal place, and additionally fabricated them added astringent than they contrarily would accept been, in added than 80 percent of the empiric world. “This suggests that the apple isn’t yet at a abode breadth every distinct record-setting hot accident has a animal fingerprint, but we are accepting abutting to that point,” said Noah Diffenbaugh, a altitude scientist at Stanford University and advance columnist of the new paper…”
Science is Disruptive. Clifton Leaf, Editor in Chief at Fortune, had a abstruse column that bent my eye; here’s an extract that resonated: “…The actual actuality of science is disruptive—because the apparatus is advised to attenuate belief, to claiming both the angelic and the prosaic. The aim of science is belie the adequate assumptions of life, not to reinforce them. And back the time of Galileo, it has been apparent as a aggressive alien to those in ability and to accustomed existence. The angle of human-caused all-embracing abating threatens the cachet quo, no beneath than the angle of a solar-centric cosmos dislodged the adored cosmology of the 17th century. The certain bulletin today: Governments, businesses, and consumers can’t accumulate accomplishing what they’re accomplishing after the accident of accepting an abstract float into New York Harbor. So, too, the latest fruits of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—from bogus intelligence to self-driving cartage to avant-garde robotics—threaten absolute industries and the bodies who assignment in them alike as they affiance to actualize cast new industries and jobs to alter them…”
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What Americans Absolutely Anticipate About Altitude Change. It seems a little like accidental carelessness – it will appear to addition else. There’s no way it can appear to me! Here’s an extract from The Atlantic: “…Climate change is a “stuck” affair in American politics. The polling consistently credibility to a above conclusion: All-around abating is a awful accessory affair that best voters do not accede decidedly cogent to them, personally, alike if they are afraid about it. A Yale poll from aftermost ages put it starkly: Added than 50 percent of Americans accept that altitude change will “harm bodies in the United States,” but beneath than 40 percent of Americans accept it will “harm me, personally.” A lot of bodies apperceive about altitude change, and a lot of bodies anticipate it is about bad. But they do not change their votes because of it. Americans may change their vote because of bread-and-butter fear, or aegis policy, or to assure their acreage or amusing privileges. But they do not vote because the ice caps are melting. This is the affection of the altitude issue…” (Image credit: NOAA NCDC).
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Rising Seas Will Send Millions of Refugees to Civil Cities. Alarmist hype? Afterwards Katrina addled New Orleans in 2005 400,000 bodies fled inland; abounding never returned. Acute storms will accelerated the movement abroad from water, based on new analysis accent at NexusMedia: “When ascent amnion from superstorms like Katrina or Sandy deluge heavily busy littoral communities, all-inclusive numbers of bodies will carelessness their destroyed homes and abscond for assurance and apartment elsewhere. Breadth will they go — and how will their destination cities cope with them? That’s the focus of a new abstraction that projects as abounding as 13.1 actor Americans could become altitude refugees by the end of this century, an arrival of bodies that could accent civil cities, decidedly those already grappling with citizenry growth, burghal development, cartage bottleneck and baptize management. “We about anticipate about sea-level acceleration as a littoral issue, but if bodies are afflicted to move because their houses become inundated, the clearing could affect abounding landlocked communities as well,” said Mathew Hauer, a demographer at the University of Georgia and columnist of the study, appear in the account Attributes Altitude Change. “For abounding civil areas, accumulation altitude change scenarios into their cardinal all-embracing planning would be an adapted strategy…”
Map credit: “Net changes in citizenry by city breadth due to clearing from sea-level rise.” Source: Attributes Climate Change
Rising Sea to Displace 500,000 New Orleans Breadth Residents, Abstraction Says – See Breadth They Ability Go. Again, we already accept altitude refugees forth the bank of New Orleans and Alaska. Here’s an extract from NOLA.com: “Texas, brace yourself. Over the abutting 83 years, a half-million southeast Louisiana “climate migrants” ability be headed your way. A abstraction appear this week predicts that sea akin acceleration will advance hundreds of bags of bodies out of U.S. littoral cities such as New Orleans. It says the citizenry will bang in adjacent civil cities such as Austin. The University of Georgia abstraction is advised the aboriginal abundant attending at how civil cities ability be afflicted by sea akin rise. It estimates added than than 500,000 bodies will abscond the seven-parish New Orleans breadth by 2100 due to sea akin acceleration and the problems that appear with it, including common calamity and greater acknowledgment to storm surges. That’s added than one third of busline New Orleans’s accepted population…”
Photo credit: “Pontchatoula association abscond ascent amnion in 2016. A new abstraction predicts that bags of Louisiana association will be branch to Texas and added states to abstain ascent sea levels over the abutting century.” (Photo by Ted Jackson, Nola.com | The Times-Picayune).
If You Alive Inland, Don’t Anticipate Sea Akin Acceleration Won’t Affect You. With added angle here’s a adventure articulation and extract at Ars Technica: “There has been a lot of allocution about the millions of bodies accepted whose homes will be at the benevolence of ascent sea levels. Aural the US, a 1.8-meter acceleration in the oceans by 2100 could displace as abounding as 13.1 actor people. Worldwide, up to 180 actor bodies could be at risk. There has been beneath allocution about breadth absolutely those bodies will go back they leave their homes. Analysis on altitude clearing has corrective sea akin acceleration as “primarily a littoral issue,” writes Mathew E. Hauer in Attributes Altitude Change this week. But the civil regions that blot altitude change migrants will charge to accept sufficient transport, housing, and basement to blot the migrants…”
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The Furnishings of Altitude Change Will Force Millions to Migrate. Here’s What This Means for Animal Security. The Washington Column has added acumen on climate-related migration: “…Climate change is added than melting ice caps and ashore islands. The ecology furnishings of altitude change — droughts, floods and astringent weather, for instance — accept added put added bodies on the move. In 2015, the U.N. Refugee Bureau counted 65.3 actor bodies about the apple as “forcibly displaced,” including about 40 actor aural their home countries. Wars, indigenous conflicts, bread-and-butter stresses, famines and disasters are amid the affidavit bodies leave their homes. Beneath understood, perhaps, is how climate-induced ecology changes — such as added flooding, desalinization, droughts or desertification — amplify these drivers of migration. What are the action options to advice bodies break in abode or abbreviate the aegis apropos accompanying to migration? These questions are acceptable added and more important to amount out…”
Photo credit: “A rescuer of the Malta-based Casual Offshore Aid Station carries a casual babyish rescued from a lath baiter in the Mediterranean Sea off the bank of Sabratha in Libya this month.” (Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters)
More and Added Fossil Fuel Companies Support a Carbon Tax – Here’s a Running List. Who would accept predicted this a year or two ago? Here’s an extract from Quartz: “…Royal Dutch Shell ($233 billion) “If Trump does not go bottomward the aisle of a carbon tax, we should not lose our resolve. We should stick to our ethics as Canadians to do article to assure the environment.” — Michael Crothers, President of Shell Canada, November 2016. “Carbon-pricing systems animate the quickest and best able means of abbreviation emissions widely.” — Ben van Beurden, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, October 2015.
Exxon Mobil ($218 billion) “One advantage actuality discussed by action makers is a civic revenue-neutral carbon tax. This would advance greater activity ability and the use of today’s lower-carbon options, abstain added burdening the economy, and additionally accommodate incentives for markets to advance added low-carbon activity solutions for the future.” — Darren Woods, CEO of Exxon Mobil, February 2017…”
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On Earth Day, An Environment-Minded Republican Turns to Birds. Reuters has the story: “In his white dress shirt and atramentous pin-striped pants, U.S. Representative Brian Fitzpatrick stood out from the added birdwatchers aggregate abreast a bracken of bud-studded copse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, on Saturday morning. The Civic Audubon Association had arrive the Republican agent to the flush boondocks of New Achievement on Earth Day for a glimpse at a few of the hundreds of millions of birds that biking to their ancestry area during the bounce migration. The society’s aim was to explain to Fitzpatrick the furnishings that all-around abating was accepting on the ablaze little jewels of bounce and the habitats they canyon through on their way north. “So abounding associates of Congress are not with it on altitude change, what we anticipation is, let’s booty our bounded associates of Congress birding and get them interested,” said Jim Greenwood, a trustee on Civic Audubon’s board, himself a above congressman…”
Photo credit: “U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), with Greg Goldman (L), controlling administrator of Audubon Pennsylvania, tries to atom a red-winged blackbird while on a birdwatching bout hosted by the Audubon Pennsylvania in New Hope, Pennsylvania, U.S., April 22, 2017.” REUTERS/Emily Flitter.
When Altitude Change Was Part of the Acreage Bill. Remember back science wasn’t a political hot-potato? Here’s a blow from Christian Science Monitor: “…Agriculture Committee associates heard about the disturbing acreage economy, crop insurance, and rural development. One affair that wasn’t discussed, admitting its abstruse appulse on farmers, is altitude change. Both Republican House and Senate Agriculture Committee chairs are acclaimed altitude change skeptics. But Congress didn’t consistently accept its arch active in the altitude sand. The 1990 Acreage Bill included a appellation alleged the Global Altitude Change Prevention Act. That appellation accustomed a affairs at the USDA to alike climate-related issues aural the behemothic agency. The affairs was to “ensure that acceptance for the abeyant for altitude change is absolutely chip into the research, planning, and decisionmaking processes of the Department.” This assignment included analogous both inter-agency assignment as able-bodied as apery the USDA at the Intergovernmental Panel on Altitude Change (IPCC), which had aloof been accustomed in 1988. Specifically, the new altitude change affairs was to abstraction the impacts of altitude change (including drought, acute weather, new pests) on crop assembly and analyze the abeyant for developing added climate-resilient crops…”
Solar-Powered Sermon. I appetite to acknowledge Reverend Sarah Campbell the acceptable bodies of Mayflower Church in South Minneapolis for their balmy acceptable and words of achievement and encouragement. I gave the address yesterday, which was a first, a base adventure at that. I presented the biblical case for altitude justice, apple-pie air, baptize and land; how we are all alleged to be admiral of God’s Creation. Mayflower Church installed solar panels 6-7 years ago – and a asperous back-of-the-envelope adding suggests a 20% accumulation on their electrical bill, to date. They are advanced of the curve, but back added churches ascertain they can save ample money I doubtable this clean, renewable-energy success adventure will multiply. Acknowledge you!
Scientists: Get Used to Wildfires in a Abating World. Here’s a blow from a adventure at Altitude Central: “…Yet homes and alike accomplished communities still go up in flames, and there’s little adumbration that abounding efforts to abate the accident accept done abundant good, the abstraction says. “Neither abolishment nor accepted approaches to fuels administration abundantly abate vulnerability of communities to accretion wildfire,” said the study’s advance author, Tania Schoennagel, a analysis scientist at the University of Colorado-Boulder’s Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research. “We’ve been actual able with blaze abolishment for abounding years, but wildfires are accretion above our accommodation to control, abnormally with added bodies in fire’s way.” Park Williams, a bioclimatologist the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, said the cardboard makes a admired point: Forest body and altitude change accept converged to awfully access adverse bonfire abundance and admeasurement in a way a that is absolutely out of animal control…”
Photo credit: “The 2016 Fort McMurray bonfire in eastern Alberta.” Credit: The Premier of Alberta/flickr.
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