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Darla Sue Dollman
Works at http://supernatural-television.com/
Attended Colorado State University
Lives in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas,
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Suzanne Pleshette, the sarcastic, sultry-voiced wife on The Bob Newhart Show, spent her childhood with some of the most famous performers in Hollywood.
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After six months, the eruption at Iceland's Bárðarbunga volcano is officially over. Decoded Science takes a look back, and a look forward.
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It's another busy weather week, with continuing cold in the US, and a warning from New York. Here's all the hot and cold meteorological news.
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The Weather Channel has named winter storms Neptune and Olivia, but Decoded Science views this abominable weather as one ongoing event that we call Yeti.
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New England's doing the cold weather limbo, and the polar vortex is back with a vengeance. How low can the temperature go in the northwest United States?
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Mountain-hopping air flow brings record warmth to central plains thanks to the adiabatic process.
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The month is changing this Sunday; the time will change next Sunday. When will the weather recognize spring?
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Among this week's many earthquakes were tremors in Vanuatu, Spain and Colorado. What's the seismic story behind these quakes?
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Missouri looks quiet, tectonically speaking. But what's the seismic history of the home of the NMSZ - and what are the risks of future major earthquakes?
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A perfect weather weekend thanks to a local wind regime in a city with a tectonic history. Valdivia, Chile, possibly the all-time earthquake champion.
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Obamacare remains a politically-unpopular law, both with politicians as well as the public. What have been the benefits, costs and political consequences?
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It's a busy weather week. Record snow, record heat, record rain, and Typhoon Higos. Could Global Warming be causing the extreme weather?
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Journalist, Editor, Freelance Writer, Teacher, Blogger
Employment
  • http://supernatural-television.com/
    blogger, 2013 - present
  • http://compassionkindnessandlove.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2012 - present
  • http://alfredhitchcockeverythingalfred.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2013 - present
  • http://classictelevisionshows.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2009 - present
  • http://www.wildwestweather.com/
    writer, 2011 - present
  • http://darlasbookreviews.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2011 - present
  • http://classicfilmsandactors.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2009 - present
  • http://wildwesthistory.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2008 - present
  • http://blessedlittlecreatures.blogspot.com/
    blogger, 2007 - present
  • History's Women: The Unsung Heroines
    Contributor, 1979 - present
  • Dezert Magazine
    Contributing Author, 2009 - present
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Colorado, New Mexico, Texas,
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Colorado and Texas - Colorado
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Introduction

Darla Sue Dollman is a freelance writer with thirty four years combined experience as a journalist and editor. Her nonfiction articles and fictional short stories are available online and in print. She enjoys reading and writing about history and exploring the American Southwest. 

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First writing award was from Denver Womens' Press Club Unknown Writers Contest when I was 18 years old.
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  • Colorado State University
    BA, MFA English, 1985 - 1993
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A Prayer for our Soldiers
compassionkindnessandlove.blogspot.com

Dear Lord: In my moments of sadness, and selfish want, please help me to remember that men and women in the darkness of a foreign land are s

Millions of GMO Insects Could Be Released in Florida Keys - ABC News
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Millions of genetically modified mosquitoes could be released in the Florida Keys if British researchers win approval to use the bugs agains

Out of This World: Noctilucent or Polar Mesospheric Clouds
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Most of Earth's clouds are of terrestrial origin. Noctilucent clouds are of extraterrestrial origin, with an altitude of some fifty miles.

Alaska, Central Asia and California: Earthquakes 15-21 January 2014
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This week saw earthquake in convergent, divergent and transverse margins - in Alaska, Russia and California. What's behind this week's quake

2014 Worldwide Land-And-Sea Temperature Soars To Record High
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Mother Nature could have taken a meteorological knee and run out the clock on 2014. Instead, She chose to run up the score as global warming

Polar Weather for the East Coast as Global Warming Heats Up
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This winter isn't as bad as last in some places, but there are killer ice and floods -- and 2014 was the warmest year yet.

El Niño Event This Year, and SST Anomaly: Weather Quirks
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El Niño and La Niña conditions affect weather worldwide - but is there an El Niño or not? Opinions differ, and Decoded Science is taking a s

M3.6 Earthquake in Dallas, Texas: What Was the Cause?
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A series of small earthquakes near Dallas, including an M3.6 quake, is the latest example of increased seismicity in Texas. What is causing

Earthquakes in 2014: All Kinds of Seismic Events and Causes
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2014 produced many thousands of earthquakes with those both large (an M8.2 in Chile) and small (the swarm in Oklahoma) proving noteworthy.

January 2: The Earth At Perihelion: Sunrise, Sunset Explained
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The puzzling daily advance of sunrise after the solstice has a simple explanation. Our orbit around the sun is eccentric - it's not a perfec

2014 Volcanic Activity: Eruptions, Lava Flows, and New Islands
www.decodedscience.com

There was a lot of volcanic activity in 2014. Here's a selection of eruptions from the past year - and an explanation of what makes each vol

Boxing Day Earthquake 2004: Could It Happen Again?
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It's ten years since the devastating Boxing Day earthquake of 2004. What caused the quake - and could it happen again?

Tonga, South Sandwich Islands and Across the US: Earthquakes 12-18 Decem...
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A relatively quiet week in earthquake terms saw subduction-related earthquakes in Tonga and the South Atlantic, plus smaller tremors across

Asteroid or Eruption: New Research Sheds More Light on the Demise of the...
www.decodedscience.com

New research dating a massive volcanic eruption suggests it may have contributed to the Late Cretaceous mass extinction of the dinosaurs.

Chemistry & King Richard III: The Last Plantagenet King Revealed
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King Richard III died in battle, and was buried in a nondescript grave over 500 years ago. Modern technology and chemistry unite to identify

UK Weather Bomb: What Is Explosive Cyclogenesis?
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Powerful winds battering Wales and Scotland: It's a 'Weather Bomb.' What does that mean, what is explosive cyclogenesis, and why is the jet

Typhoon Hagupit, Climate Change, and No-Name Storms
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One storm weakens, another strengthens, and a climate conference produces a lot of hot air. What's going on with this winter's weather?

Keep Your Pet Safe and Healthy Around The Holidays
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Keeping dogs and cats healthy during the holidays can be challenging, but you can follow a few simple guidelines to help your pets enjoy the

Balanced Budget Amendment: Arguments For and Against
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With Republicans assuming control of the Senate in 2015, the chances of a balanced budget amendment passing will rise. Is it the right thing

U.S. Healthcare Professionals: Ebola and Safety Protocols
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Ebola in the U.S. - health professionals have numerous concerns over safety and protocol for care in our hospitals. Are our nurses and docto