Current climate models account for factors like changes in ice and cloud cover, the amount of the sun heat absorbed by oceans, and all sorts of other physics. But they do take historical data into account, said Kaitlin Hill, a Wake Forest University mathematician who works on climate modeling, who was not involved in the IPCC report or the new paper. Images of melt: Earth vanishing ice caps.
Secondly, over 500,000 Zoom accounts were found being sold on the dark web and hacker forums at shockingly cheap prices. Also, serious zero day vulnerabilities were found to exist on Zoom’s Mac app. Although Zoom has now made several strong security changes to the app to secure the platform from threat actors, it suffered a severe backlash from users and governments of different countries, causing massive harm to its reputation.
Well first, 2020 has been a pretty devastating year for many people. Don be so hard on yourself. Perhaps seek out some more support from friends and family; those close to you that you can trust and share in the struggle. Newsmax anchor Greg Kelly refused to accept Joe Biden as president elect and was rewarded with a surge in ratings. Fox News was more cautious the network declared Biden the next president on Nov. 7 but some Fox stars, including Dobbs, Bartiromo and Pirro, offered significant airtime to his lawyers, Giuliani and Powell, and others who pushed the outlandish election fraud narrative..
We recognize Smart Money’s statement above is directed at the TV weather profession (as opposed to internet weather reporting, CWG style) but we don’t think it’s a fair characterization. Smart Money carries on about how you don’t need a degree in meteorology to do weather on TV, that TV weather people make a ton of money, don’t do their own forecasts, and that style is often more important than substance. There is some truth in all of this but the reverse is also true: many TV weather forecasters have at least some training in meteorology, spend a lot of time producing their own forecasts, earn much less than 100K/year, and provide scientifically rich content.
This extraordinary action is necessary due to the persistent layer of ice on many streets and the likelihood of a major winter storm arriving Monday evening. Many roads in Madison remain very slippery and challenging for all roadway users. Plus, on ice packed streets, plowing equipment would be unable to gain sufficient traction push the anticipated heavy snow from the road..