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Posts Tagged ‘Image of the Day’

Image of the Day: US Senators Pose for Formal Photo

Posted by feww on October 5, 2018

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The US Senators Pose for Formal Photo

Image Source: chinavine.uoregon.edu (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)

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Image of the Day: What’s Cookin’?

Posted by feww on October 1, 2018

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fait accompli…

DJT, XJP, BNY, MBS… throw a dinner party!


Hell, circa 1431, by Fra Angelico – Click to Enlarge!
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40 Degrees Below Average

Posted by feww on November 11, 2014

Images of the Day:

Temps as much as 40 degrees below average from the Rockies to the Plains

Unseasonably cold temperatures brought by a polar vortex [arctic airmass] will continue to surge southward through the central U.S. Temperatures are forecast to drop by ass much as 40 degrees below climate average for areas east of the Rockies into the Great Plains: NWS/NOAA

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Great Falls, Montana – Great Falls International Airport (KGTF)

Temperature: -20°C [-4°F]
Humidity: 86%
Wind Speed: SW 7 MPH
Barometer: 1044.0 mb [30.53 in]
Dewpoint: -22°C [-7°F]
Wind Chill: -18°F (-28°C)
Tuesday Night Forecast Low: -26°C [-15 °F]

  • Wind chill values:  as low as -35°C [-31 °F]

Last Update by NWS on 11 Nov 7:53 am MST

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June 27th Lava Flow Ignites First Home in Pahoa, Hawaii

Active lava has moved to within about 20 meters (22 yards) of the transfer station fence and also continued to expand through private property across the street from the station. At 11:55 AM, HST, an unoccupied home on that lot was set on fire by advancing lava. Source: HVO

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Helicopter view looking west across the lower part of the June 27th lava flow. Smoke plumes show areas of active lava breakouts. The transfer station is in the middle of the image (white roofed structures). At upper left, smoke rises from the margin of a new, northeastward directed finger of lava. Source: HVO

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Homs After

Posted by feww on June 10, 2014

What Does Collapse Look Like?


Homs city, Syria, after the cessation of fighting between terrorists and government forces May 10, 2014. Photo credit: REUTERS/Ghassan Najjar

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Phil says ‘six more weeks of winter’

Posted by feww on February 3, 2010

Image of the day

Phil, the weather-predicting groundhog says “six more weeks to go!”

You like him or not, Phil does darn side better with his shadow predicting winter duration than do some of the established weather forecasters with their crystal balls.


Photo Credit:
AP/Carolyn Kaster. Image may be subject to copyright.

The legendary “Punxsutawney Phil,” the American groundhog from Punxsutawney, Pa., broadcast his annual weather prediction, after seeing his shadow on Tuesday. “There will be six more weeks of winter.” His handlers quoted him as saying!

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Image of the Day: Catch me if you can!

Posted by feww on March 23, 2009

Direct Action: Don’t let the slow guy behind dictate the terms!


A policeman runs behind a protester during a peace activists action aimed at entering NATO Headquarters in Brussels March 21, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Vidal. Image may be subject to copyright.

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