Wolverine Pickleball, 119 Jackson Industrial Drive, is the area’s only dedicated indoor pickleball facility, according to Christy Howden, who co-owns the facility with Leslie White. Pickleball is played with a paddle and a plastic, perforated ball. Because the ball is slower and the paddles are larger than typical ping pong paddles, the game is easy to learn, even for uncoordinated or young players. A mash of volleyball, tennis and ping pong, pickleball is a sport with which people “get obsessed,” Howden said. The facility draws people in from across the state, including Lansing, Battle Creek and Novi, as well as Toledo, Ohio. One of the frequent participants is Julie Adams, a member who drives in from Brighton. “You can always find people to play at your level,” Adams said. Adams said she particularly enjoys the social aspect of the game, which is cultivated through rotating through team players during gameplay. Marcia Smith, a member at Wolverine Pickleball, said she also liked the social part of pickleball. “It’s a team, but it’s an individual,” she said. “We’re addicted.” Wolverine Pickleball was launched in October 2020, but “flourished” during the pandemic, Howden said. “As word of our facility spread through the pickleball community and community at large, we have had more and more players join us to learn to play and come to up their level of play,” Howden said, adding that is a “socially distanced sport.” A membership at Wolverine Pickleball costs $25 per month and provides discounts for pickleball sessions, as well as access to after-hours play and other perks. With a membership, a two-hour weekday session costs $5 before 5 p.m. and $7 after 5 p.m. or on weekends. For non-members, the cost is $8 and $10, respectively. Private court time and lessons are also available.https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/2021/08/pickleball-passion-new-business-brings-dedicated-court-love-of-the-sport-to-ann-arbor.html
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Climate Change Doesn’t Cause All Disasters Warming annually causes about 120,000 heat deaths but prevents nearly 300,000 cold deaths. Journal Editorial Report: Paul Gigot interviews physicist Steven Koonin, author of "Unsettled." Image: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it. That old quip, often attributed to Mark Twain or his friend Charles Dudley Warner, now guides most news coverage of severe weather. The media say that natural disasters are a result of climate change and we need to adopt radical policies to combat them. But this framing tells only a small part of what is scientifically known. Take the recent flooding in Germany and Belgium, which many, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, are blaming on climate change. Yet a new study of more than 10,000 rivers around the world shows that most rivers now flood less. What used to be a 50-year flood in the 1970s happens every 152 years today, likely due to urbanization, flood-control measures, and changes in climate. Some rivers still flood, and reporters flock there, but more scare stories don’t mean more global flooding. The river Ahr, where most of the German flood deaths occurred, had a spectacular flow on July 14, 2021, but it was lower than deadly flows in 1804 and 1910. The real cause of increased fatalities from riverine flooding in Germany and many other places is more people building settlements on flood plains, leaving the water no place to go. Instead of more solar panels and wind turbines to combat climate change, riverside communities need better water management. And foremost, they need a well-functioning warning system so they can evacuate before disaster strikes. Here, Germany has failed spectacularly. Following the deadly European floods in 2002, Germany built an extensive warning system, but during a test last September most warning measures, including sirens and text alerts, didn’t work. The European Flood Awareness System predicted the floods nine days in advance and formally warned the German government four days in advance, yet most people on the ground were left unaware.https://www.wsj.com/articles/climate-change-natural-disasters-ahr-river-flood-germany-wildfire-risks-11628177742