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  • Flick hints at city rain droplet mystery, one explained by good professor

    A videographer's fun video about Chattanooga raises a question: Is its weather natural?

    A fun video about Chattanooga raises a question: Is its weather natural? (Photo Justin Hall, “Lapsing Chattanooga”)

    Sky shot streaks in a time-lapse video about Chattanooga raise questions that are explained by a NASA-funded study of wind currents. Global breezes since at least 2007 have slowed thanks to pollution from many sources. Please read more.

  • Elites revitalize city with quiet consent of public; dissenters want more government

    An industrial and commercial river city in the shadow of great hills, Chattanooga has been led into noted improvements of form.

    An industrial and commercial river city in the shadow of great hills, movers and shakers have led Chattanooga into improvements in form.

    An hourlong documentary about Chattanoogans by Robert Ashton Winslow tells how superior people of means and talent in the past 50 years have reshaped the river city into a tourist town with a pro-environment reputation. “We are so diverse and full of ideas and we do have real divisions,” the young filmmaker says. “But polarization makes us forget that we really are all in this together. *** If there’s so much profit in division or absurdity, who bets there’s a secondary market in unity. We all want better windows into the world today, how about going into real conversation.” Please watch.

  • Stanford, NASA say perpetual sky-haze slows wind, cuts rainfall


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    Stanford University and NASA report that an inexplicable mass of particulate worldwide is so dense that it is slowing winds, altering and reducing rainfall, and altering the weather and making the planet drier. The study makes no mention of stratospheric aerosol geoengineering, or sky striping, a fascinating intervention in weather that few people recognize sufficiently so as to thank the U.S. government for its amazing service that is not only on time, but ahead of schedule. 15 minutes.

  • Tennesseans must be shocked to press further than Amendment 1

    Volunteers for Center for Bio-Ethical Reform stand before a display in Knoxville, Tenn.

    Volunteers for Center for Bio-Ethical Reform stand before a display in Knoxville, Tenn.

    Amendment 1 probably will withstand a legal challenge in the courts. But for Tennesseans to go further than regulation in the defense of preborn boys and girls, they will have to be shocked. Please read more.

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