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Show Synopsis

Technology of Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Tornados -- what does the Jet Stream tell us and how does technology help.

This Weeks Guests

7:06-7:22- Craig will talk with Tim Troutman the Warning Coordination Meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Huntsville, Alabama.

7:23-7:30- Greg Ewert the executive Vice President of Iridium will discuss satellite phones with Craig and their use during inclement weather and why they are indispensible when coordinating aid during natural disasters.

7:34-7:46- Craig and Mike Dobbs the Senior Product Line Manager for Commercial and & Civil Space at ITT Space Systems Division will discuss the latest in weather satellites and how acurate we can expect our forcasts to be in the next 5 years.

7:48-7:58- Russ Heilig the Director of Sales at Davis Instruments will discuss with Craig the latest in home weather stations and how you can participate in the reporting of weather.

8:06-8:46 - Pat Abbott an award-winning professor emeritus at San Diego State University who is known as the "go-to" scientist and Author of the Textbook :Natural Disasters will join Craig to discuss weather from a geologic point of view. Be sure to catch this interview.