Tag Archives: conspiracy

Disbelief.

  A missile launch? I’m sure most of you saw the news story last week about a mysterious, unknown “missile launch” off the coast of Los Angeles. Combine viral internet video with people’s wild imaginations and a zealous media and … Continue reading

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Drought conspiracy

I am a 25-year Arizona resident. I have met people in all areas of the state, from different age groups, different socioeconomic backgrounds, and different cultures. I held jobs in various industries, both private and public. I lived in the … Continue reading

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Another Arizona controversy – the weather.

Annual precipitation in southern Arizona follows a bimodal distribution. That means most rainfall occurs in two distinct periods, with little rainfall during the remainder of the year. Winter precipitation results from Pacific frontal storms and occurs between December and mid-April. … Continue reading

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