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Dianne Feinstein has to be Defeated

I thought about writing a letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein explaining my dismay and anger with her performance this week, smearing a fine man and politically raping his family. But, it would just be trashed by a staff member along … Continue reading

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It was WARMER in Roman and Medieval times

Originally posted on sunshine hours:
Update: The article and paper are from 2012. A study suggests the Britain of 2,000 years ago experienced a lengthy period of hotter summers than today. German researchers used data from tree rings – a…

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Meghalayan 200 Year Drought

The newly named current geologic age that started 4,200 years ago. Welcome to the Meghalayan, our geologic here and now. It’s one of three newly designated ages divvying up the Holocene Epoch, a geologic time period kicked off 11,700 years … Continue reading

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Inside America’s Most Digital Counties of 2018 – Nevada County

Originally posted on Rural Economy Technology:
Congratulations to Nevada County for being selected as one of America’s digital Counties This year’s winners are being recognized for their commitment to collaboration, automation and creating a culture of innovation. The full infographic…

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Samuel Adams Speech – August 1, 1776

American Independence is a famous speech delivered by Samuel Adams from the steps of the State House in Philadelphia, the meeting place of the Continental Congress. This speech was delivered the day before the familiar parchment copy of the Declaration … Continue reading

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Changes in the Rate of Sea Level Rise

Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
? Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach There’s been some discussion of the rate of sea level rise lately, so I thought I’d take a look at some underlying data. I started with a…

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U.S. had its coldest April in more than 20 years

Below-average temperatures spanned the Rockies to the East Coast May 8, 2018 Everyone seems to be wondering, “What happened to spring?” Last month, a persistent flow of Arctic air blanketed the eastern two-thirds of the nation. Record cold, and even … Continue reading

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