By: Rick Brady | Jan 21, 2012 Hurricanes get their massive amounts of energy from warm, moist air. A Hurricane typically will only form when a storm passes over water that is at least 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius).
By: Eric Giguere | Mar 29, 2011 Snow is the common occurrence of winter season. It is not necessary to be cold to have snow. Actually, the incredibly low temperature with source of moisture can create snowfall. When most people are excited about skiing in winter, not many of them know about these interesting facts about snow.
By: Eric Giguere | Mar 21, 2011 In nature world, there is a great deal of unexplainable phenomena that no scientist could surely offer the answers. Many disputes around such questions from nature, especially after earthquake, what should follow the tremor, a number of fish or giant sinkhole hundreds of meters in depth? Some typical confusing events were listed below to give you an overview which should be helpful in some cases.
By: Henry Ford | Mar 4, 2011 For most of us, there is evidence that we tend to change our moods and feelings with the weather. Some of us will remain very active in certain weather conditions while we become dormant in other weather condition. The main mechanism which defines how weather affects our moods and feeling can be explained by the role of hormones like serotonin which is associated with depression and other homes.
By: Boater Exam | Dec 28, 2010 Understanding weather and water conditions is a key aspect of boating safely. Boaters need to know how to obtain current, relevant information before they head out. Boaters also need to know how to get updates while out on the water, which requires the knowledge and skill to use a marine radio. Boaters should be aware of local water hazards, which could impede and could increase the risk of causin