Today Berea College along with most the Central Kentucky’s schools and businesses were closed early today in anticipation of an outbreak that has been described as being similar to the outbreak of Tornadoes in 1974. Even the Weather Channel’s celebrity meteorologist Jim Cantore is in the action. He is in Lexington, Kentucky right now watching [...]
Last winter's ice storms were a sobering reminder that the conventional communications infrastructure that we have grown very comfortable using is very fragile.
Hal Whiting, KI2U, along with sons Daniel, 6 (left) and Jarod, 10, joined friend Todd Kluxdal in the Arizona desert to check out a plane crash site. They had no idea they would be called on to provide emergency communications support to help an injured woman be airlifted to a hospital. [Photo [...]
In the past couple of weeks we hoped for a return of sunspots because activity was detected on the side of the Sun opposite from earth. The Sun rotates relative to earth about every 27-28 days (although the rotation varies somewhat with latitude), and so unless it fades quickly away, far side activity may come [...]
He went and did it... My brother got the books, absorbed all the material in front of him, and passed the Amateur Radio exam today.Â His call sign will be in a few days. Congratulations Robert!