Spooky Astronomy

I subscribe to SpaceWeather (yes, I should get enough of it on Earth) and their daily email had the following information and I thought our blog readers would be interested as well; SPOOKY ASTRONOMY: Today is a date of astronomical interest: it’s a cross-quarter date, midway between an equinox and a solstice. There are four…
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15 Years Ago…

Do you remember 15 years ago? http://climate.umn.edu/doc/journal/top5/numberthree.htm   http://www.crh.noaa.gov/arx/events/halloween91.php

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Gloomy Autumn

November, climatologically, is our cloudiest month of the year and considering we’re having November in October this year, it’s no surprise that it’s been quite cloudy as of late. Looking at the weather pattern that is expected over the course of the next week to ten days, although there will be some sunny intervals, all…
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An Invitation

Ok, this is shameless self-promotion, but I’ll be speaking at NDSU’s Soil Science Department’s weekly seminar this Wednesday, October 4th at 3 PM in Walster Hall, Room 217.  My topic will be "Status Quo as Climate Utopia".  This seminar is open to the public and the Soil Department would love for you to attend (as…
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