Please do! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B9IBFCY is the first novel (there are prequel novellas but those don't deal with the weather nearly so much, though http://tinyurl.com/PGKindle is an environmental medical detective story ripped from the headlines here in Pennsylvania). The Great Succession Crisis establishes the world building in the Peers of Beinan series so there's a lot about the weather in that, even though narratively GSC is less important than book two, http://viewBook.at/GhostsPast. Ghosts has a lot of ecology to it and a lot more development into the two dominant religions on Beinan (which are solidly grounded in social science research of course). You will like the discussions that High Priestess Aina has with Lord Knight Elendir about religion and terrorism after Elendir starts to think religion is the reason why his parents were murdered. I make a clear and strong statement about the peaceful nature of both religions that will certainly resonant.
Finally we get back to the weather as a character in http://viewBook.at/AnyuReturns. Some great science in there as Princess Anyu struggles to survive the very deadly and hostile environment on D425E25 Tertius.
I actually just joined the group and posted a bit of personal introduction there. I find that the weather typically gets forgotten about by science fiction authors. I didn't. As a matter of fact at the end of the final book "Princess Anyu Returns" I made a weather event the sign received from the ground that the bad guys had finally been defeated. Weather is EVERYWHERE in The Peers of Beinan books.
That's reassuring. Actually it's odd but when I think about the weather the first thing that comes to mind is weather on OTHER planets. Maybe that is because I made the weather a character in my Peers of Beinan scifi series?
Nathan, I do not have any questions. I have left WeatherBug and went with a system that truly works. Regular updates, and even webcams. Works with android phone. Every thing I had wanted from you guys but you failed to provide.
Hello, I have noticed my station (p18041) is no longer reporting since 9am Sunday Jan 25. My internet service is ok, wifi is ok. I have reset the TP-link router and I'm using Metrobridge any ideas? Is their an outage?
Just got your holiday greeting email, thanks and back at ya! Really hope your 2015 excitement is warranted. It seems like 2014 for Weatherbug has been nothing but excuses and disappointments. I'm positive they weren't your personal fault, but still....... Please make all of the Weatherbug families wishes come true!
Hello Nathan, I have a backyard weather station and have tried to get it online for weatherbug community but have not had success. Can you dumb it down for me. I have a Vantage Vue. thx my email address is email@example.com
Nathan, is it true that Weatherbug no longer supports the Elite version of the Weatherbug app for Android even though I paid for it and that I now will have to pay a second time in the form of an annual subscription to get rid of ads?
Hi Nathan, Yes, I thought I had found my error but still no go. Here's the information again:
I installed WeatherBug 10 V. 10.0.5.29 on my computer two days ago. My weather station is not listed on the drop-down menu. There are 99 stations on that list.
My station does publish on the new WeatherBug cloud site OK. I am using the WeatherBug Module for Davis and have the latest version. Station ID p08676, #20272, Eastern Foothills, Albuquerque, NM.
Is there anything else I should do to make it work?
FYI, Before installing WeatherBug 10 I was running the previous Beta version. In that version it had the name of my station but the data was always slightly different than shown on my actual weather station or on the WeatherBug web page.
We are in the process of rolling a new WeatherBug Account single sign on system for Connected Savings, PWS, StreamerRT, Pulse API, etc. Below is where you can access the new portal as needed. Use the latest version of our iOS or Android app to create an account on the new WeatherBug Account system. This login is currently separate from your WeatherBug Community login.