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  • 2014 Accumulated Cyclone Energry (ACE) data through Sept. 19
    Update on the 2014 hurricane season
    In recent years, there has been a growing trend by many in the meteorological community (media and scientists) to predict expected seasonal tropical cyclone frequency in the Atlantic and Eastern and Central Pacific Basins. Most predictions are...
  • Red Snapper
    The Atlantic Red snapper season, what to expect
    The recreational red snapper season in Atlantic federal waters (beyond 3 nautical miles in the Atlantic) is open for 8 days this year: July 11, 12, 13; July 18, 19, 20; and July 25 and 26.Overlapping RegulationsWhile the federal opening will have...
  • Tropical Storm Arthur forms
    Tropical Storm Arthur named off of Florida coast. First of the Atlantic season
    July 1 2014 brings the first named tropical storm of the season to the Atlantic. While this may seem early, 2013 had an earlier named storm in June and ended up with the record lowest activity for the season.Arthur formed with 40 mph winds less...
  • 2014 Atlantic Tropical Storm Names
    2014 Atlantic tropical storm and hurricane names. History of naming
    The 2014 preselected list of names for Tropical Storms and Hurricanes for the Atlantic Basin:1. Arthur2. Bertha3. Cristobal4. Dolly5. Edouard6. Fay7. Gonzalo8. Hanna9. Isaias10. Josephine11. Kyle12. Laura13. Marco14. Nana15. Omar16. Paulette17....
  • From the Amazon to Juno Beach
    Two brothers paddle from Belem, Brazil to Juno Beach, Florida in 200 days
    Graham and Russell Henry arrived at Juno Beach, Florida after their 7,000-kilometere (4,349-miles) kayaking expedition on the Atlantic Ocean. They were at sea for nearly 200-days, close to seven months.“The pair, according to Jake Edmiston, ...
  • Iranian warships: Not much of a threat to U.S.
    Iranian warships: Not much of a threat to U.S.
    Iranian warships heading for United States waters are not much of a threat. The naval mission is nothing more than sabre rattling. According to Reno Gazette-Journal Feb. 10, a former advisor downplayed any threat that the warships may pose.The...
  • Ambrose Burnside
    Liberal Atlantic claims beards a symbol of white supremacy
    It seems liberals these days are willing to go to any lengths to find racism. First it was peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, then dry asparagus and stick figures. Now, it seems the folks at the Atlantic have found new proof of white supremacy...
  • Mexico City: Tales of an Aztec emperor, Hernan Cortes and a god-king
    Mexico City: Tales of an Aztec emperor, Hernan Cortes and a god-king
    Next time you're on a jet landing at Mexico City, try to imagine what happened here 505 years ago when Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes and his 500 soldiers marched into the capital city of the Aztecs – buried below the modern day city...
  • 2013 Tropical Storm Tracks
    2013 Atlantic hurricane ends with record low activity. Could it mean more snow?
    The last day of November marks the end of tropical season in the Atlantic basin, but some may ask if it ever really got started. The first storm was named five days into the season, which had many believe the very active forecast from NOAA and...
  • Lionfish
    Scuba pros and amateurs make sport of lionfish invasion
    Gladiators had lions to contend with during the “blood sport” games in Ancient Rome. And when you think scuba divers, a sort of modern-day gladiator, you probably think of them contending with sharks, the “Jaws” that rule...
  • Sirah One Delivers a Headlining Performance
    Sirah One Delivers a Headlining Performance
    Those lucky enough to be at the Metro(Chicago) early enough on August twelth had their minds blown. Before the sun could set over Wrigleyville the house was a rockin' with a heavy dose of Grammy Award winning rapper-singer Sirah One's...
  • Singer Max Frost
    Interview: Max Frost talks about his new single "White Lies"
    On Sept. 11, Atlantic recording artist Max Frost chatted with Examiner about his new single "White Lies." The song can be heard on his official SoundCloud page by clicking here.According to Frost, he remarked, "It started as a track...
  • Tropical Storm Humberto strengthening into Atlantic hurricane, NWS advises
    Tropical Storm Humberto strengthening into Atlantic hurricane, NWS advises
    Tropical Storm Humberto is moving west across the Atlantic and is expected by the National Hurricane Center to become the first full-fledged Atlantic hurricane in 2013, potentially becoming a hurricane by Tuesday. On Monday, Tropical Storm...
  • Tropics about to get busy
    Tropical Atlantic heating up mid August, forecast update
    The current look at the Atlantic shows two areas of likely development, as indicated by the National Hurricane Center. Area 1 in the western Caribbean has a 60% chance of developing by Friday. This the one to watch, since forecast models carry it...
  • Tropical Storm Dorian: Gains strength tracking north of Puerto Rico
    Tropical Storm Dorian: Gains strength tracking north of Puerto Rico
    Tropical Storm Dorian is gaining strength in the Atlantic as it moves towards the north of Puerto Rico. It is expected to pass by the island as early as next week. According to The Baltimore Sun on July 25, 2013, it is the fourth of the Atlantic...