P.I.D. Radio 8/29/11: Goodnight, Irene


Empty shelves in Long Island store prior to Irene (Reuters/Mike Seger)

A LOOK at the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, new developments in Libya, and the continuing march on the Path to Persia.  Also: Copper thieves on I-95; hyping wind farm bird kills; and the health benefits of chocolate.

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1 comment on “P.I.D. Radio 8/29/11: Goodnight, Irene

  1. Norman Kellogg

    I’m listening to “Goodnight Irene” and the global warming arguments about the water falling over land more than over the water, etc. I just wanted to let you know, that from my perspective here in Quezon City, Philippines, unless we get floods here, (my only chance for a swim, ya know), the water seems to stay at the same level. I wanted to confirm your side of the argument from somewhere that has typhoons and would expect to see changes in sea level. It lasts less than one might think here, then it’s back to that same old, day-in, day-out, hum-drum heat and humidity. Keep up the XLNT work; Thank you. Norm

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