No two alike? Snowflake Shapes and Formation

Good evening everyone, No two snowflakes have the same shape, right? It's almost Christmas so its time for a festive post, and I personally can't think of a more festive topic than snowflakes. Those beautiful, 6-sided symmetrical designs that your mind immediately goes to. But is that really the case? Do they all really look …

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Seeding an End to Climate Change

Good evening everyone, I know its late and I should be sleeping, but I just had to write something. Its been too long and I miss it, plus I couldn't wait to get to another post on cloud seeding. ***This is probably a good time to mention that reading my introductory post on Cloud Seeding …

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Dr. Jeff Masters steals my thunder, but “wunderfully” explains Saharan Dust and Atlantic Hurricane Activity

Good evening everyone, I admit I'm a little down this evening. You see all day at work I had this great idea for tonight's post, but it seems the king of all weather bloggers has stolen my thunder! THE Dr. Jeff Masters of Weather Underground's fabulous Wunderblog wrote a wonderfully masterful entry today on African …

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Cloud Seeding: A Brief History and an Introduction to the Science

Good evening, I have to admit I'm pretty excited about this post. Cloud seeding is my single favorite subject in all of meteorology. I love it because what it represents; that as we continue to better understand weather we will become more able to control. Now this may not mean weather-on-demand, but proactive measures to …

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