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Hurricane season runs through Nov. 30 ORLANDO, Fla. – There is still about five weeks to go until the official end of hurricane season and it can’t come soon enough. Most of the records that have been broken this year are from 2005. While the 2005 season to date was much more intense in terms read more
It was just this May that we heard about Poimo, an experimental inflatable electric scooter developed at Tokyo University. Well, its designers have now unveiled a custom-fit version that would be made for each user, based on photos that they provide. First of all, why would anyone want an inflatable scooter? Well, as is the read more
Cold ocean water could be used to cut off fuel for tropical storms to strengthen From ocean waves to sulfate gas to a nuclear bomb, plenty of crazy hurricane-killing ways have come along over the years. The latest — from a Norwegian named Olav Hollingsaeter — is called the “Bubble Curtain,” a series of perforated read more
LAKE CHARLES, La. — As floodwaters from Hurricane Delta receded from this city, the largest in southwestern Louisiana to be severely hit by two hurricanes in six weeks, residents and city officials on Sunday were still surveying the damage of compounding crises — and wondering how much federal help they can count on. Power had read more
Plastic debris is twice as abundant in the deep ocean as it is on the sea surface. An estimated 15 million tons (14 million metric tons) of microplastics have settled in the deep ocean, according to a new report by Australia’s national science agency. That’s more than double the amount of plastic pollution at the read more
With a nonstop onslaught of severe storms, wildfires and hurricanes, 2020 has been a calamitous year for weather in the USA. In 2020, there have been 16 separate weather disasters across the nation that each caused at least $1 billion in damage, according to a report released this week from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric read more

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