Sunday, February 25, 2018 by: David Williams Tags: Aerosole, atmosphere, atmospheric science, badpollution, Climate, geoengineering, goodclimate, goodscience, pollution, weather, weather control, Weather modification (Natural News) Local efforts to reduce air pollution may not be enough to eliminate the possibility of severe weather conditions because of widespread aerosol use, according to new research. To be more specific, aerosols that have been released into the atmosphere can affect cloud formations and even influence weather patterns, according to researchers from the University of Arizona and Texas A&M University. What’s more, the effects of the aerosols can be seen over regions up to many thousands of miles away from the places where they were originally released. This could have massive implications in the study of meteorology, particularly in trying to determine which ones have positive and negative effects when they are released into the atmosphere. … [Read more...] about Geoengineering science: Aerosols impact cloud formation and weather; atmospheric scientists document the effects
Sunday, February 25, 2018 by: Isabelle Z. Tags: Emotions, environment, goodhealth, mental health, mind body, mind body science, planetary influence, social unrest, solar, solar activity, solar flares, solar storms, sun, vitamin D (Natural News) The sun gets blamed for a lot of problems facing mankind today. Solar activity is a significant driver of climate variation, for example. The sun’s role in skin cancer may be overblown, but there’s no denying that a bad sunburn can ruin a vacation. The way that a sunny day can affect your skin and even your disposition is only part of the story, however. Most people are aware that the moon can influence the tides and our weather, but what about the sun? After all, it’s far bigger and brighter, so it only makes sense that it, too, could have a profound effect. If the moon can make people act like lunatics, as some believe, can the sun make people act even crazier? As Therese Wade reports in the Waking Times, shamanic and … [Read more...] about Does the sun, like the moon, affect weather and human emotions?
Thursday, February 22, 2018 by: Jhoanna Robinson Tags: aerosols, badpollution, cloud droplets, condensation, Department of Energy, DOE, effects of aerosols, geoengineering, goodclimate, goodscience, precipitation, rainfall, storms, water droplets, water vapor, weather, weather control (Natural News) Tiny particles contribute to the making of powerful storms and affect the weather in more ways than one, a study that was published in the January 26 issue of the journal Science showed. While it is not news to scientists that aerosols bring an essential role in impacting weather and climate, the new study found out that the smallest particles have a more direct effect: Particles smaller than one-thousandth the width of a human hair can cause more intense storms, contributing to more cloud production and more rainfall. “We showed that the presence of these particles is one reason why some storms become so strong and produce so much rain. In a warm and humid area where … [Read more...] about AEROSOLS: Tiny particles found to have a big impact on weather
It can be hard to find a whole set of winter cycling clothing that performs well, fits naturally, and doesn’t make you look like you’re bundled for the arctic. But Pactimo's thermal bibs and long sleeve jersey, topped off with the brand’s Flagstaff jacket, all work so well together that I’ve had a hard time picking any other kit for cold base miles this winter.The Alpine Thermal jersey ($135, currently on sale for $47) fits loosely enough to be worn over a jersey or base layer, and it’s also low-profile enough to act as an insulating layer under a shell or vest. Strategic reflective panels on the shoulders, waist gripper, and sleeves make sure you’re seen in the low light of winter.You’ll find these reflectives (which Pactimo calls its “reflective technology” or RT) carried through the rest of the Alpine line, with similar panels on the leg warmers and the thermal bibs. When possible, I tchoose leg warmers over … [Read more...] about Pactimo’s Alpine Thermal Gear Could Be Your New Go-To Cold-Weather Kit
If you have eczema, you might just think that winter and skin woes go hand in hand. But it doesn’t have to be that way.Eczema-prone skin lacks the normal barrier that helps protect skin against irritants and bacteria, as well as retain moisture. That makes it extra-sensitive year-round—but cold, dry weather and all the stuff that comes with it (endless hand-washing! Heavy sweaters!) can often make the situation worse.(Find relief from allergies, joint pain, and more common conditions with the affordable, effective health hacks in The Doctors Book of Natural Healing Remedies!)Here’s the good news: While you can’t control the weather, you can have a serious impact on how your skin reacts. Avoid these common cold-season pitfalls, and you just might find that dryness, redness, and itchiness is less of a big deal this year. Here's what may be causing your eczema flare-up: … [Read more...] about 8 Cold Weather Mistakes That Are Making Your Eczema Worse