Category: Weather

Tropical Storm heading for the Dutch Caribbean Islands and Venezuela

A tropical rainstorm that has been designated as Potential Tropical Cyclone Two by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) is forecast to travel across the southern Caribbean Sea while remaining very close to the shores of Venezuela and Colombia in South America this week. Tropical… Continue Reading “Tropical Storm heading for the Dutch Caribbean Islands and Venezuela”

What Animals & Bugs Eat Mosquitoes?

Bugs are widespread insects on the earth. We can find them in locations all around the globe, and they come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Bugs have many different habitats, but some prefer to live near humans because we provide them… Continue Reading “What Animals & Bugs Eat Mosquitoes?”

Spiders use Earth’s Electric Field to Fly Hundreds of Miles

On October 31, 1832, a young naturalist named Charles Darwin walked onto the deck of the HMS Beagle and realized that the ship had been boarded by thousands of intruders. Tiny red spiders, each a millimeter wide, were everywhere. The ship was 60 miles… Continue Reading “Spiders use Earth’s Electric Field to Fly Hundreds of Miles”

Melting Glaciers threaten Wildlife in Asia

Kyrgyzstan is one of the most bio-diverse areas of central Asia, but species are in danger from global warming. Kyrgyzstan’s glaciers are receding at what scientists say is an alarming rate, fueled by global warming. And while experts warn of a subsequent catastrophe for… Continue Reading “Melting Glaciers threaten Wildlife in Asia”

In 2019 Cruise ships dumped more than 3 million pounds of trash in alaska

During the 2019 summer tourism season, cruise ship companies dumped more than 3 million pounds of trash at Juneau’s private landfill. That’s a concern to some in the community, especially since the local landfill is expected to be full in 20 years. At a… Continue Reading “In 2019 Cruise ships dumped more than 3 million pounds of trash in alaska”

USA Preparing for Winter Storms Next Week

It’s the dead of winter, but apparently Old Man Winter didn’t get the memo until the middle of January. Harsh winter weather and widespread, heavy snowfalls have largely been absent from the lower 48 states in recent weeks, but that drought is about to… Continue Reading “USA Preparing for Winter Storms Next Week”

The Human Body responds to Sharp Changes in Solar & Geomagnetic Activity

Multiple studies have shown how changes In solar & geomagnetic activity correlate with human biology. This is usually measured by autonomic nervous system activity. Now, how much of an influence does the Cosmos have on human consciousness? Over the past few years, a number… Continue Reading “The Human Body responds to Sharp Changes in Solar & Geomagnetic Activity”

Siberia braces for record-cold temperatures to hit freezing -50 degrees

Russia’s Hydrometeorological Center has forecast that Western and Central Siberia will see temperatures as low as -50 Celsius before the end of the year – around 20 degrees lower than the typical December cold. Earlier this year, in the height of summer, the highest-ever… Continue Reading “Siberia braces for record-cold temperatures to hit freezing -50 degrees”

Global Warming Record Year 2020

According to the UN 2020 is set to rank among hottest years on record despite ‘La Nina’ cooling and could also be contributing to an unusually active hurricane season. Global temperatures boosted by climate change will still be higher than usual despite the cooling… Continue Reading “Global Warming Record Year 2020”

Curacao Weather Forecast

Curaçao doesn’t suffer the wrath of hurricane season. Curaçao’s weather tends to be sunny even throughout the months that other Caribbean islands experience torrential rains. Situated along the coast of Venezuela, and only 12 degrees north of the equator, Curaçao’s average temperature rests in… Continue Reading “Curacao Weather Forecast”

Last decade Inflicted the worst Climate Crisis on record

Last decade was hottest in recent history as global warming accelerates, while 2019 was one of the three warmest years recorded since the Industrial Revolution. The rise in global temperatures is linked to the ongoing increase in emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon… Continue Reading “Last decade Inflicted the worst Climate Crisis on record”

Europe’s carbon dioxide monitoring mission becomes a reality

Taking the mission a significant step forward, the European Space Agency (ESA) and OHB System, a European multinational technology corporation based in Bremen, Germany, signed on July 29 a contract to build the first two satellites that make up the mission. With the amount… Continue Reading “Europe’s carbon dioxide monitoring mission becomes a reality”

Tropical Storm Gonzalo heading for ABC-Islands

Tropical Storm Gonzalo is headed for the Windward Islands Saturday, but weakening is expected as the storm approaches. Some islands may receive gusty rain showers as Gonzalo passes through. Gonzalo is the earliest seventh named tropical storm on record to form in the Atlantic… Continue Reading “Tropical Storm Gonzalo heading for ABC-Islands”