France and Europe Have Hot Days And Some Predict More Frequent Heat Waves

Hot days in France are a big concern because the country does not have much air conditioning and 15,000 people died in a heatwave in 2003. The French national weather service activated its highest level heat danger alert for the first time. School and many other events were canceled. Temperatures in Paris, France are forecasted …

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138 billon tons of Water from Hurricane Harvey pushed 28000 square miles down by 2 centimeters

GPS data shows the Harvey flood was so large it flexed Earth’s crust and pushed Houston down by ~2 centimeters. Information was tweeted out by Chris Milner of NASA jet propulsion laboratory. Hurricane harvey dropped 33 trillion gallons of water across the area it hit which is about 275 trillion pounds. 51.1 inch-count of water …

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