I was not yet a year old the first time I crossed a country border. My family was driving from our home in Upstate New York to our cabin in Canada. I’ve made that drive many, many times since. For my family, it is a distinct process, crossing that border. On the way into Canada, we always stop at the duty-free store, mostly to stretch … Continue reading Crossing the Border
OPINION I wanted to use the recent Pat Sajak tweet to turn a negative to a positive. I don’t know Mr. Sajak so will not judge him, his intent, or ideological perspective. Instead, I will draw out 3 things that can help advance the discourse on climate science. (Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd, meteorologist) (Read Pat Sajak’s tweet so you understand what Dr. Shepherd is responding … Continue reading Meteorologist: Does the Wheel of Fortune Produce the Coriolis Effect?