8.10.2017

Weather Matters

Climate change is a profoundly important topic that's worth almost every ounce of coverage it gets. Understandably, the discu... thumbnail 1 summary 8.10.2017  |  16:25
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  • Climate change is a profoundly important topic that's worth almost every ounce of coverage it gets. Understandably, the discu...

    3.10.2016

    Chemtrails Are a Figment of Your Imagination So Stop Emailing Me You Angry Twitter Eggs

    Hello! It's been a while since I've updated this page. It seems some of my old chemtrail debunking posts from The Vane (RIP) are ... thumbnail 1 summary 3.10.2016  |  16:48
  • 3.10.2016  |  16:48
  • Hello! It's been a while since I've updated this page. It seems some of my old chemtrail debunking posts from The Vane (RIP) are ...

    1.21.2016

    Blizzard 2016: Frequently Asked Questions, Answered

    Q: How much snow am I going to get? A: Here's a snowfall forecast issued on Thursday morning and valid through Sunday morning. Q... thumbnail 1 summary 1.21.2016  |  16:31
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  • Q: How much snow am I going to get? A: Here's a snowfall forecast issued on Thursday morning and valid through Sunday morning. Q...

    A Dusting of Snow Is More Dangerous Than a Foot of Snow

    Washington D.C. fell apart in the snow on Wednesday night. No, it wasn't the big blizzard everyone's freaking out about. A passing... thumbnail 1 summary   |  00:31
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  • Washington D.C. fell apart in the snow on Wednesday night. No, it wasn't the big blizzard everyone's freaking out about. A passing...

    1.19.2016

    Blizzard 2016: Prepare for Zero to Thirty Inches of Snow or Ice or Rain

    The breadbakers and cows of America are proud to present the blockbuster feature of Winter 2015-16, an event to rival all model-simul... thumbnail 1 summary 1.19.2016  |  16:10
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  • The breadbakers and cows of America are proud to present the blockbuster feature of Winter 2015-16, an event to rival all model-simul...

    12.26.2015

    When Storms Threaten Lives, Words Matter

    News outlets have to follow a certain narrative in order to cover certain news events. The necessity of driving traffic to rake in adverti... thumbnail 1 summary 12.26.2015  |  18:14
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  • News outlets have to follow a certain narrative in order to cover certain news events. The necessity of driving traffic to rake in adverti...

    12.21.2015

    Typical! Self-Absorbed Millennials Don't Remember This Thunderstorm From March 1996

    We all know that one special millennial who's so wrapped up in their overwhelming magnificence that they can't stop to marvel at ... thumbnail 1 summary 12.21.2015  |  21:23
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  • We all know that one special millennial who's so wrapped up in their overwhelming magnificence that they can't stop to marvel at ...

    11.30.2015

    Top Ten Warmest Novembers in the Future, Ranked

    If you live east of the Rocky Mountains, you don't need me to tell you that it was a warm November. Frankly, it's been a warm fall... thumbnail 1 summary 11.30.2015  |  20:44
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  • If you live east of the Rocky Mountains, you don't need me to tell you that it was a warm November. Frankly, it's been a warm fall...

    11.27.2015

    Now That's What I Call a Cold Front

    Some cold fronts sweep through virtually unnoticed. Others crash through with the ugly blow of someone ripping the covers off of you in th... thumbnail 1 summary 11.27.2015  |  01:24
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  • Some cold fronts sweep through virtually unnoticed. Others crash through with the ugly blow of someone ripping the covers off of you in th...

    11.25.2015

    Major Hurricane Sandra Breaks Two More Records, Ocean Just Showing Off Now

    Hurricane Sandra became a major hurricane today—as I figured it would, but who's keeping score—packing winds of 115 MPH at the 2:00 PM... thumbnail 1 summary 11.25.2015  |  18:46
  • 11.25.2015  |  18:46
  • Hurricane Sandra became a major hurricane today—as I figured it would, but who's keeping score—packing winds of 115 MPH at the 2:00 PM...