Monthly Archives: July 2019

Hints That Trump Might Run a Fixed Election

Hints That Trump Might Run a Fixed Election Update:  Friday, August 2, 11 AM.  Trump has now tweeted that he has withdrawn Rep. Ratcliffe’s nomination to be Director of National Intelligence.  Trump explained that he wanted to save Ratcliffe the … Continue reading

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Climate Lab’s Projections of the World Future Temperature Maps

Climate Lab’s Projections of the World Future Temperature Maps We present their graphs of the World future temperature maps for the average of June/July/August, under the “business as usual” or no climate mitigation scenario.  This is called RCP 8.5, where … Continue reading

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Climate Impact Lab’s Projections of US Future Temperature Maps

Climate Impact Lab’s Projections of US Future Temperature Maps We present their graphs of the US future temperature maps for the average of June/July/August, under the “business as usual” or no climate mitigation scenario.  This is called RCP 8.5, where … Continue reading

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Climate Discussions at CA State Senator John Moorlach’s Sacramento Office

Climate Discussions at CA State Senator John Moorlach’s, CA 37th District, Office in Sacramento Joan and I had a very pleasant conversation in State Senator John Moorlach’s office about climate matters, with his environmental assistant Megan A. DeSousa.  She is … Continue reading

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Climate Hot, Hot, Hots

Climate Hot, Hot, Hots Usually, my articles of shorts are called Shorts, but not this record hot July.  This month is the hottest month EVER worldwide!  The last hottest month was in July, 2017.  Today, it will be 99º F … Continue reading

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Thank You, Donald, for our Free Legal Education

Thank you, Donald, for our Free Legal Education Even though President Barack Obama had been a law Professor at the University of Chicago, and the first black President of the Harvard Law Review, there was very little motivation to learn … Continue reading

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US and Worldwide Increases in Present and Future 90º F Days

One key way to measure the danger of extreme temperatures is to count the number of days in a year when the temperature reaches 90º F or higher.  The Climate Impact Lab (impactlab.org) did this for the New York Times.  … Continue reading

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Thank You, Space Program, for my Scientific Career

Thank You, Space Program, for my Scientific Career While I was not an astronaut or in the Space Program, it provided guidance and support for my scientific career.  That was because of the foresight of providing a large boost in … Continue reading

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When Trump’s Prejudices Hit Home

When Trump’s Prejudices Hit Home I had been holding back about Trump’s racist tweets, since they were already being condemned in all media, except Fox News, who was laughing about them, and the GOP. But his comments today and yesterday … Continue reading

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Climate Change Strikes the White House, and Enhances Rain Storms

Climate Change Strikes the White House, and Enhances Rain Storms Trump finally found out why people call Washington D.C. a swamp.  He finally found out what it really means to be an flood victim.  Trump finally had a situation where … Continue reading

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