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The Fifth Annual Global Warming Blog: Throwing Stones

Earlier this year, I attended a dinner at a local restaurant to celebrate a good friend’s 40th birthday. My friend and I go to the same church, so there were several people I knew well at the event, but as … Continue reading

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Farmers’ Almanacs – For Entertainment Purposes Only

First of all… which one? There are two, and they are different. But really, it doesn’t matter if it’s The Old Farmer’s Almanac or just The Farmers’¬†Almanac. ¬†That’s like choosing between palm readers. As a general rule, I have no … Continue reading

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“Without Warning” and Other Sociological Kerfuffles That Come With Tornadoes

It’s been a little more than a week since the EF-5 tornado devastated the town of Moore, Oklahoma. There is still a news element reporting that such storms strike “without warning,” even though the National Weather Service (NWS) issued a … Continue reading

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