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Iceberg Alley | Reuters.com

Source: Iceberg Alley | Reuters.com

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Portland has experienced the most wet days ever this rainy season | 145 days and counting

Portland has experienced the most wet days ever this rainy season | OregonLive.com It’s been cold and wet. Not one 70 degree day this year, also a record. The only good news is that Oregon’s cold/wet winter is part of … Continue reading

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Sea ice off Newfoundland thickest ever yet

Sea ice off Newfoundland thickest ever yet another polar bear comes ashore | Watts Up With That? “Ice too thick for coast guard’s heavy icebreaker” said a 20 April 2017 CBC report on the state of ice in the Strait of … Continue reading

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 More Reminders That Warm Is Good, Cold is Bad

Source: Moonbattery » More Reminders That Global Warming Is Good “A new study published in the highly influential journal Nature suggests rising global temperatures during the 19th and 20th centuries may be linked to greater plant photosynthesis. The study, conducted … Continue reading

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Solar storms drain charged particles from large parts of Earth’s ionosphere – Electric Universe

Solar storms drain charged particles from large parts of Earth’s ionosphere – UPI.com “Observations from a global navigation satellite system showed the 2014 storm flooded patches of the upper atmosphere above Greenland with charged particles. But just south of theses … Continue reading

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California may face ‘significant risk’ from dam

California may face ‘significant risk’ from dam “Repair contracts will have to be awarded by June and workers will have to have the spillway in solid enough shape by Nov. 1, the experts warned. “This is a very demanding schedule, … Continue reading

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