Posts tagged with ‘weather

Neil DeGrasse Tyson and a dog explains the big difference between weather and climate

From a recent episode of Cosmos, Neil DeGrasse Tyson and a dog explain the difference between daily weather and climate. So the next time it’s a bit chilly outside and some dipshit says “Hur hur how bout that global warming?”, pitch ‘em some knowledge.

And this is what it looked like earlier this week, when a block long sinkhole opened up in Baltimore and swallowed dozens of cars

THEY HAVE RETURNED TO THE WOMB

Using scientific magic to make it rain (a lot) in the Arabian desert

As you may know, it doesn’t rain a whole hell of a lot on the Arabian peninsula, which is one reason whey it’s mostly different kinds of sand. But booming populations need rain, as water is pretty essential stuff for survival, so scientists in the UAE have pretty much perfected the art of forcing it to rain by using negatively charged particles to attract dust that then form the basis of rainclouds.

Read the story here

As snow started falling really fast this afternoon in North Carolina, this happened. 
Cue wellthatescalatedquickly.jpg
Photo taken by Sean Breslin

As snow started falling really fast this afternoon in North Carolina, this happened. 

Cue wellthatescalatedquickly.jpg

Photo taken by Sean Breslin

What’s the weather like? Find out much now with dogeweather
Link
Submitted by delsyd

What’s the weather like? Find out much now with dogeweather

Link

Submitted by delsyd

In case you missed it… last Friday, the Grand Canyon filled up with clouds and it was amazing
A rare temperature inversion caused most of the Grand Canyon to fill to the brim with fog last Friday. Slight temperature inversions happen once or twice a year, but one that produces something this spectacular only happens once every few decades.
See more photos here

In case you missed it… last Friday, the Grand Canyon filled up with clouds and it was amazing

A rare temperature inversion caused most of the Grand Canyon to fill to the brim with fog last Friday. Slight temperature inversions happen once or twice a year, but one that produces something this spectacular only happens once every few decades.

See more photos here

The weather’s not exciting, so this weatherman clones himself for a weather rap battle

Canadian weather forecaster is nearly eaten by giant spider

Canada. It’s like the Australia of the northern hemisphere.









See all IHC Reviews here

Want to submit a review for IHC and make a few bucks?
Please drop us a line and let us know what movie, game, book or TV show you want to review and we'll hold your spot. See full review guidelines here.