Down the rabbit hole

4 thoughts on “Down the rabbit hole”

    1. Guilty as charged. But it’s wonderful to be able to find the answer to whatever idle question pops into my head. This time it was “what’s the temperature in London” and I was off and running. As a kid, all I could have consulted was a volume of our World Book Encyclopedia. And it wouldn’t have told me the temperature in London at that moment.

  1. I’m not surprised that it was cooler in London than Denver. The Gulf Stream current sweeps north, getting cold, and then down past Europe. Ocean currents are critical to land weather. With climate change we are likely to see huge changes if the currents change and I have a feeling they can be unstable. California is in for some of that today, no?

    1. It was enough to see that London is so much farther north than Denver. But yes, those Atlantic currents are changing and slowing, and meteorologists are quite concerned. I’m keeping a close eye on SoCal, with my grandson being stationed at Pendleton. At the very least they are going to get very wet.

... and that's my two cents