I recently reviewed Climate Smart and Energy Wise by Mark McCaffrey. The National Center for Science Education is giving away a free chapter, as a PDF, of this book. CLICK HERE TO GET IT. Also, there is an event coming up. CLEAN Call: Climate Smart & Energy Wise Book Preview with Mark McCaffrey. Click through…
A few months ago, I signed a contract with MIT Press to publish a new book: an edited anthology of selected posts from this blog, along with all-new updates and commentary. The book’s tentative title (open to better suggestions) is Speaking Truth to Parallelism: Dispatches from the Frontier of Quantum Computing Theory. The new book should […]
Undulatus asperatus clouds are extremely rare. They’re so rare, in fact, that they weren’t even classified until 2009. So when storm-chaser Alex Schueth came across asperatus clouds during a storm in Lincoln, Nebraska this past July, he knew he had to capture the amazing phenomenon. Schueth put together a time-lapse video of all the footage he gathered. Check it out below: The wave-like appearance of the clouds is the result of colliding air masses underneath them, which alters […]
Khabarovsk Krai, a territory occupying the coastline of the Sea of Okhotsk, is on fire. Dozens of red hotspots, accompanied by plumes of smoke mark active fires. The smoke, which appears mostly white or grey, blows to the east towards the Sea of Okhotsk.
Taiga and tundra are found in the north of this area, swampy forest inhabit the central depression, and deciduous forests are the natural vegetation in the south.read more