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Climate Change and Life in the Domes

In the late 1980s, Rob and I had the good fortune of knowing several Fort Lauderdale psychics – all of them deceased now. One evening, we were at Tony Grosso’s home in nearby Pembroke Pines. Tony was a real eccentric, … Continue reading

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A Climate Change Trickster

  Air. Fire. Water. Earth. Our four elements. Since the beginning of the summer this year, 2017, these elements have driven home the message of climate change. Air and water, let’s start there, with wind and flooding embodied in Hurricane … Continue reading

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IRMA

WE ARE GOING TO EVACUATE TO ATLANTA. WINDS ARE NOW GUSTING TO 220 MPH. NO NEW POSTS WILL GO UP UNTIL THIS STORM IS OVER. HOPEFULLY, THAT WILL HAPPEN SOON! Hurricane Irma. I’ve been watching this system since it came … Continue reading

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Hurricane Matthew, a Trickster

As long as we still have electricity, there are some observations I’d like to share about this hurricane. Matthew is a kind of trickster. None of the meteorological models predicted that it would become a cat 5, as it did … Continue reading

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Climate Change

our street during isaac, 2012 +++ My family moved from Caracas, Venezuela to South Florida in November 1963, the same year that Kennedy was assassinated. I was in boarding school in Massachusetts when that move took place, and spent my … Continue reading

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