Writings and observations

It’s hot. Hot enough to to be concerned about it. In many areas around the west the weather in June was the hottest ever on record – in large parts of Oregon, Idaho and Washington and lots of California (which sure doesn’t need it) among others. Now July is starting off hot, and the traditional norm is that later July to mid-August is the hottest of the year. What effects might this have on power production, on health, on agriculture, on wildfires?

Does anyone have any idea what’s up with Dan Popkey’s rap here? (He is press secretary for Representative Raul Labrador.) Would be curious to know. A lot of other people would be curious to know too . . .

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