Hurricane Patricia just became the strongest tropical cyclone that we have ever seen

October 23, 2015 by  
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Just off the coast of Mexico swirls a storm that was just measured as the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded. That’s right – ever in history. A few brave souls flew into the eye of the hurricane to measure its might earlier today, and they found that the massive Hurricane Patricia has winds gusting at 200 MPH – and it might not even be done growing. It’s also the most intense hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere, meaning that we are witnessing history right now, and Mexico is bracing for the impact. Read the rest of Hurricane Patricia just became the strongest tropical cyclone that we have ever seen

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Tesla Model S drivers use self-driving features on record-breaking road trip

October 23, 2015 by  
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It’s only been a week since Tesla rolled out a software update that gives some self-driving features to Model S cars, and we’re already hearing stories about how people are abusing the newfound technology. Despite Elon Musk’s warnings to proceed with extreme caution when using the autonomous features, at least one team of Tesla enthusiasts has pushed the envelope, leaning on their Model S’s new capabilities to drive from coast to coast in less than 60 hours . That’s record time for any electric vehicle, let alone one that can partially drive itself. Read the rest of Tesla Model S drivers use self-driving features on record-breaking road trip

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Artists fill the vaults of a dilapidated 1923 bank in Chicago with books and artwork

October 23, 2015 by  
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New Study Reveals Air Pollution Increases the Power of Cyclones

January 24, 2014 by  
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A new report, published in Nature Communications , has revealed that the ever-increasing air pollution  from China and other Asian industrial countries is capable of increasing the power of winter cyclones in the northwest Pacific. Read the rest of New Study Reveals Air Pollution Increases the Power of Cyclones Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: air particles , air pollution , air pollution climate , asian industrial countries , Climate Change , cyclones , nature communications , tropical cyclones        

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