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Originally posted by murkraz
Ok? What the hell. This is being shared on Facebook from MO, US.
Despite the fact that it's a bowling ball, that I can only assume had already broken up some to be in tact (or never broke at all), I think this is alarming at a glance...
Around the 10th or 11th in Texas:
Hail, today, in Tehran, Iran
Hail, yesterday, in Nebraska, US
Is this normal? I'm up north in Canada, and this looks absolutely WILD to me.edit on 15/4/12 by murkraz because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by meticulous
Mysterious Changes in Ocean Salt Spur NASA Expedition
(visit the link for the full news article)
While researchers think global climate change may be behind the changes in ocean salinity, changes like these are expected to have their own implications for climate. This is because ocean salinity also affects ocean circulation, and as a result, ocean temperatures, which have implications for weather.
Here's how it works: Compared with fresh water, salty water is heavier, and so more prone to sinking. Temperature has a similar effect, with warmth causing water to rise. Differences in salinity and temperature drive a slow-moving conveyor belt of ocean currents that encircles the planet. Th
Originally posted by FreshAirGirl
What I want to know is whats happening with the North Atlantic Current. There has been no recent information available since the oil spill in the gulf.