Demystification Guru

Just because we don't understand something, doesn't mean it isn't understandable.

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Monday, March 31, 2008


I just noticed that I have over 8000 hits on my sewing blog for March. I think that's a new record.

It's snowing freely and with fat flakes right now [at 7:30 am]. This will change to rain as the temperature rises, although they are calling for freezing rain in the middle. I'll take my YakTrax to school so I don't kill myself on the way home.

After work, I think I'd better sit and finish Lovelock's The Revenge of Gaia. I got it at the library and it's due on April 12. He makes a convincing argument for climate change and how it's related to the ppm of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and how this relates to oceans and algae among other things. There's also a really interesting aside about why we excrete nitrogen in pee instead of by exhaling. And I'm only at chapter two. I think I will be convinced shortly. But then what? I know, I know, I have to read the reports from the IPCC.

More from the new and improved writing at Environment Canada:

"An active early spring weather pattern will continue to send a conveyor belt of moist air towards the lower Great Lakes region. ... The air mass will be quite unstable so the odd rumble of thunder cannot be ruled out. "

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