Science is big.Â Weather is huge!
There’s no better place to prove that this weekend than in Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Science Center.Â That’s where they’re hosting StormFest in partnership with California University of Pennsylvania.
I’ll be heading out there on Friday to get a glimpse of everything they have going on.Â From the [...]
This is so much more than the title suggests, but I can only make the title so many characters.Â Anyway, you need some background here…
The meteorologist at KNBC, a station on the west coast, is being harassed by a woman insisting that he stop using the terms onshore and offshore.Â She states that they are confusing.Â This has gone so far that the station has taken out a restraining order against the lady and she’s to refrain from contacting the KNBC meteorologist.
This situation prompted a mentor of mine to go on the offensive.Â Take a look at the video after the jump…
Hoping to see the red giant up close in a few days? Well, it’s not going to happen. Read on for more from science.nasa.gov:
This isn’t meant to be a slam, but the folks at the National Weather Service office in El Paso, Texas must have nothing to do.Â They put together a website to help you determine the temperature based on the chirps of a cricket.
The formula is actually pretty simple…
Click into the post for a look!