The butterfly shrimp effect…
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Tagged animal, brine shrimp, cause and effect, earth science, krill, nature, physics, science, shrimp, turbulence, weather |
It was in the upper 60s in Connecticut, and Fallsview Park in Seymour was roped off because of the rush of melt water in the Naugatuck River going over the Naugatuck Falls.
Don’t trust burrowing rodents for weather advice. They aren’t trained climatologists.
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Tagged Connecticut, dam, nature, New England, overcast, photography, rocks, seasons, spring, thaw, water, waterfall, weather, winter |
Diminishing solar activity may bring new Ice Age by 2030 | Astronomy Now.
Call Flash Gordon! Drs. Zharkov and Zharkova are warning us that the sun is going to be resting in about 15 years and cause another Little Ice Age like in the late 1600s (which was actually due to volcanic activity). “No, we were saying we need to prepare for Global War Ming!”
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Tagged 2030, environment, Flash Gordon, global cooling, ice age, science, skepticism, solar activity, sun, weather, Zharkov, Zharkova |
Spring Fling in the courtyard at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.
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Tagged campus, clouds, college, colors, Connecticut, courtyard, fair, Farmington, New England, sky, Spring Fling, Tunxis Community College, weather |