10th September 2012: New York City Hit by Tornadoes
Two tornadoes rip through New York City with other parts also affected by bad weather as US north-east cleans up from storms that spawned New York tornadoes. And another small tornado hits northeast of Montreal
Tropical Storm Leslie slowly moves past Bermuda en route for Newfoundland
This year's bad weather cost rural Britain £1bn due to cancelled events, lack of tourism and loss of crops. And butterfly decline blamed on soggy summer.
Increase in metal concentrations in Rocky Mountain watershed tied to warming temperatures. Not chemtrails!
Clays in Pacific lavas back dry early Mars - rather than a warmer, wetter world as many think
And I'm not sure on this, but are wind farms saving or killing us? A provocative investigation claims thousands of people are falling sick because they live near them. But how near? Most are on upland moors ..... Maybe a few people are affected by the noise though. Some other, slightly less controversial, stuff in the article as well, though as always, if it's in a newspaper: question everything! And don't expect any fall in the rate of new wind farms just yet; there's enough wind to power global energy demand - in fact, possibly 20 times our current global energy consumption.