How Pressure Systems Control The Climate Part 1 – Decline In Extreme Weather — Watts Up With That?

The most destructive storms are convective storms like hurricanes , tornadoes, thunderstorms and heavy rainfall. This video examines where the greatest convective energy is located and why scientists are finding a decrease in extreme weather, evidence that contradicts the climate crisis narratives.

How Pressure Systems Control The Climate Part 1 – Decline In Extreme Weather — Watts Up With That?

“warmer weather triggered by climate change”

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“Early Arctic sea freeze traps 18 ships in ice near Russia” “In recent years warmer weather triggered by climate change has allowed ships to cross parts of Russia’s northern sea route in November without the help of icebreakers.” Early Arctic … Continue reading

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November 23, 2021 at 02:29PM

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What Would Have Been Syed’s Dream in This Digital World? :HAPPY SIR SYED DAY

Rashid's Blog: An Educational Portal

Let us Assume That Sir Syed was living in this age.

What have been his vision for an educational institution?


A Cloud University in Cyberspace?

jo abr yahaan seuththega, vo saare jahaan par barsegaa
har juu-e-ravaan par barsegaa, har koh-e-garaan par barsegaa

Clouds of knowledge would have been raining all over the universe, Ocean of Knowledge and Wisdom.


The real questions are : Are we true torch bearers of his dream? Are we following his Vision?

Are we living the true spirit of Tarana and Nazr-e -Aligarh:

har shahr-e-tarab par garjegaa, har qasr-e-tarab par kadkegaa

ye abr hameshaa barsaa hai, ye abr hameshaa barsegaa

Join me in Saluting this great visionary.


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Puritans — Why Evolution Is True

I’m not sure what’s happened to The Atlantic, but it’s publishing a passel of anti-wokeism articles. Perhaps it’s always done so and I haven’t noticed, but it will behoove you to read this new one, which is long but enlightening. 1,549 more words

Puritans — Why Evolution Is True

Have the Opportunity — Orlando Espinosa

You have the opportunity, the ability, the freedom, to do anything that you want, anything that you set your mind to. Don’t miss an opportunity. Make sure you get started. The post Have the Opportunity appeared first on Orlando Espinosa.

Have the Opportunity — Orlando Espinosa

Reducing In-Flight Waste — Organikos

Is this the in-flight meal tray of the future? We are happy to see not only that the BBC has given this issue attention, but so has the Design Museum: Just some of the waste from an average passenger on a 12-hour flight. Squeeze and settle into your chair on a long-haul economy flight, and […]

Reducing In-Flight Waste — Organikos

Retrofit Programs for Heat Resilience

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Retrofit Programs for Heat Resilience


“Why will retrofit programs be so necessary in the face of climate change?”

It’s a scientific fact that nowhere is going to be safe from climate change. Buildings all over the world are going to need to be changed-out to accommodate for the rise in global temperatures. So how can we solve this? Well, what if we were to use public-sector action to invest in Retrofit Programs for Heat Resilience? That way, we can ensure the safety of our community and prepare ourselves to live in the new climate paradigm.

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Gulf Coast ready to develop carbon storage hub

The stage is set for a new carbon storage economy to emerge along the Gulf Coast, according to a study led by The University of Texas at Austin, with the region offering ample opportunities to capture and store carbon, and recent state and federal incentives giving an added push to get started.

Gulf Coast ready to develop carbon storage hub — Watts Up With That?

Don’t Repeat Mistakes — Orlando Espinosa

Making mistakes is an important part of the learning process. Repeating the same mistake means you have yet to learn the lesson! Don’t keep repeating mistakes! The post Don’t Repeat Mistakes appeared first on Orlando Espinosa.

Don’t Repeat Mistakes — Orlando Espinosa