Monthly Archives: February 2011

Arkansas And New Madrid Activity – February 2011

Note: This is part of an ongoing series. Be sure to check out the March 2011 update on Earthquakes In Arkansas and the New Madrid Last month I looked at the earthquake activity being recorded in the Midwest. I confirmed that … Continue reading

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Do Mild Winters or Extreme Winters Prove Global Warming?

Yesterday I caught part of an interview on with Ralph Cicerone on St. Louis Public Radio. He is an atmospheric scientist who is president of the National Academy of Sciences (wiki), which basically means that he’s one of those people … Continue reading

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