Jesus did not say to Simon Peter: "Thou art Warm
and Fuzzy, and upon this feeling of indiscriminate affirmation I will build my Church.
Remove from the heat, strain though a fine mesh sieve, season, and set aside keeping warm
Because squall line thunderstorms are often triggered by weather fronts (boundary along which cold and warm
air masses collide) rather than by the sun heating air at the earth's surface, the storms can happen any season, day or night.
, less-saline water makes an epic journey, traveling west over the top of Australia, around the Cape of Good Hope at South Africa's tip and up into the Atlantic Ocean.
When sunlight is hard to come by, these cicadas warm
themselves by clenching their flight muscles.
Young guys warm
up too much and throw too many pitches down in the bullpen.
Having gone years without migrating, many Florida manatees have lost the instinct to travel to warm
waters and depend on the power plants to survive.
But, importantly, they confirmed that the Medieval Warm
Period was at least as warm
as today, if not warmer.
Which do you think is more dense (weighs more, but takes up the same amount of space): cool or warm
Like greenhouse glass that lets sunlight in but blocks warm
air from escaping, natural gases like carbon dioxide ([CO.
Fans will get a semi-rare chance to see Sandoval face her demons live with the Warm
Inventions, featuring ex-My Bloody Valentine guitarist Colm O'Ciosoig, Wednesday at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles.
The current rate of warming may be unusual, but our research shows definitively that this area has been warm
and icefree at times in the past few thousand years," says Pudsey.
El Nino is a buildup of warm
water in the eastern Pacific which recurs every three to eight years, producing a variety of severely disruptive weather patterns across the globe: Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research says he sees more than naturally occurring weather forces at work now, though.
A new report from the National Climatic Data Center attributed the national warming trend - the third consecutive record-breaking warm
winter - to a transition phase from El Nino to La Nina and global warming possibly caused by destruction of the ozone layer by pollution.
New Hampshire and Vermont, for example, were so warm
last January that skiing seemed like a far-off dream.