Tag archives: 9/11

fStop Warrior Project
By Joanne Calitri   |   September 26, 2019

9/11,” the same code we assign in the United States to call for emergency services, also marked the 18th year since the immeasurable attack on our soil with catastrophic loss of lives, many unanswerable questions and thousands of people to honor who gave unconditionally to respond to the emergency call at the Twin Towers. The […]

Odorless, Colorless, and Harmless
By Montecito Journal   |   October 11, 2018

Earth’s oceans breathe in carbon dioxide when it gets colder and exhale carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when it gets warmer. This happens because cold water absorbs more CO2 than hot water, and that is why Coca-Cola quickly loses its fizz when it gets warm. Al Gore yelled “global warming fire” on a crowded planet […]