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NPR's Janet Babin reports on the recent decision by the Ohio school
board to approve a new high school course that challenges the theory
of evolution. Proponents of "intelligent design" call the curriculum
a compromise between creationism and the theory of evolution, but
many mainstream scientists and civil rights advocates say the course
This is a real cool image which shows water vapor. The forming
tropical storm is off this picture, below right. But you can see how
the powerful fields cause there to be a current that essentially
brings electrons in good current and voltage to the ocean surface and
extremely positive voltages to the ionosphere, and it works as an
inverse squared of distance in terms of power, which is why it has
the curved shape as it works as a forcing. Look how any forming ice
would elongate and hence it dries out the air. To me this is very
beautiful act of Gaia.
Natural hazards link below, BTW, has something on the fires in Mexico
blowing out to the E. Pac.
The earth is alive.
8) [An] [e]arly Allison like storm is likely.
Funny I made that prediction just as Texas got hit already with the