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Month: August 2019

An Estonian research: Global warming can be assessed by studying the clouds – Estonian World

A study, led by the Estonian scientist, Velle Toll, and published in Nature, the world’s most cited scientific journal, revealed that cleaning up the air from pollution does not accelerate global warming to the extent feared so far. This article is published…

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An Estonian study: Global warming can be seen from the clouds – Estonian World

A study, led by the Estonian scientist, Velle Toll, and published in Nature, the world’s most cited scientific journal, revealed that cleaning up the air from pollution does not accelerate global warming to the extent feared so far. This article is published…

Tesla Model 3 Was #1 “Most-Considered Luxury Model” In Q2 In USA

According to Kelley Blue Book Brand Watch, Tesla wrote the luxury vehicle story in the second quarter of 2019. Kelley Blue Book Brand Watch produces a report that shows how consumers shop. It determines how a brand measures up against their competitors. Let’s look at their report for the Tesla Model

How Owning A Tesla Or Other EV Affects Hurricane Planning

I’ve lived in Tampa for almost 30 years and have owned EVs for 7½ hurricane seasons, so I thought with Dorian coming to visit Florida that I should write an article on how having an EV changes your hurricane planning. Last year was different from previous years, because I had a Tesla, and this year is different again, because I don’t have a gas car (but my daughter lives 10 miles away and has a Ford C-Max, so I could use that)

The Electrified Tern GSD Utility Bike Can Haul 400 Pounds Of People & Gear

The folks over at Tern have built a number of bikes and ebikes that enable more people to spend more time on bikes, thanks to the unique functionality they pack under the hood. They brought a fully loaded Tern GSD over for us to run through the paces for a few weeks so naturally, we obliged. We took the GSD out on the town on long commutes, beach rides, hauling the kids around town, and fully-loaded trips to the store. In every circumstance, the GSD performed admirably, even asking for more as our weary legs were increasingly augmented by the battery and mid-frame mounted motor

A lecture program about climate change for people with learning disabilities

Posted on 30 August 2019 by BaerbelW Earlier this year I was asked if I could support a lecture program about climate change for people with learning disabilities. The program was organised by Christa Rommel who works at the Remstal…

A Famine of Fact at U.N. Climate Panel – The Wall Street Journal

Global crop production sets new records virtually every year. That didn’t stop the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change from publishing an alarmist report Aug. 8 that suggests global warming has devastated crop production and threatens food shortages. “Climate…

NASA images of hurricanes from space

Hurricane season is under way — a perfect opportunity to look at these amazing storms from a different perspective. NASA offers just the right viewpoint to study hurricanes, whether from 22,000-mile-high weather satellites or the International Space Station, which orbits…