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1/19/20
9:16 AM
6

After every large fire in this country there is a process known as B.A.E.R. that takes place directly after the fire is labeled “controlled”. After such, a team of experts is brought it, many of them soil scientists to assess the hazards. One of the side effects of high intensity wildfire is that it causes an effect Read more

3/26/19
1:48 PM
345

When I was little, I would rub a small amount of toothpaste on my tongue to beat the breath smell test, and it worked. There were layers and thought put into the lie. Read more

3/25/19
10:20 AM
5

It may surprise some people, but Kansas City has some world-class museums. On the art side, the Nelson-Atkins is the most well-known and probably the best. For history, the National WWI Museum is outstanding.

3/13/19
12:16 AM
19

Here in Kansas, we’ve already had thundersnow once this winter. Likewise, 60 mph winds show up every year or two. Sometimes more than once in spring if we’re unlucky. Had a day last month in which we had torrential thunderstorms in the morning, scattered hailstorms at lunchtime, and blizzard conditions by rush hour. Read more

3/12/19
6:58 PM
6

Doesn't look too bad for the Ozarks. They are predicting 45 mph gusts, and maybe another half inch of rain. We had worse than that last week.

3/12/19
2:04 AM
1

This is not a sarcastic answer: thank you for giving me a different perspective, thoughtfully written. I had never thought of it this way, and I appreciate it. Read more

2/13/19
12:36 PM
25

My understanding was that the salt lamps emitted negative ions when heated (by a tealight, for example), which neutralised harmful free radicals. It always sounded plausible to me! Read more

1/22/19
8:36 AM
7

Something, something, someone else’s half-baked project...”

9/23/18
7:12 PM
5

Not permanently though; there’s only so much a piece of sheet metal can do.