Making Predictions


MUSE Magazine July-August 2021.  Climatologists and weather scientists constantly seek new ways to see the future. Satellites, animals, mathematicians—and you—can be part of the equation.

Magazine—all about making predictions.


Weather you’re trying to forecast a rainstorm or a tornado, using science to predict what is coming can help save all sorts of things—from your picnic plans to human lives. Look at how regular folks (and animals) are learning to take science into their own hands to track weather, forecast dangerous storms, and even predict earthquakes. Oh, and also cookie sales. Science is amazing! 


Enjoy features including:

·         Ask a Crowd by Jennifer Stephan

·         Backyard Weather Watchers by Sue Gagliardi

·         Seeing it Coming by Joseph Taylor

·         What Happened in Galveston? by Peg Lopata

·         Can Cats Predict Earthquakes by Diana Lynn

Regular features include Parallel U, Muse Mail, Muse News, Hands-on, Photo Op, Science @ Work, Q&A, Do the Math, Your Tech, Contest, and Last Slice.