Sunday, January 06, 2013

Looking to sky to fight climate change - SFGate
If Neukermans' team of researchers can fine-tune the mechanism to spray just the right size and quantity of salt particles into the sky, scientists might be able to make coastal clouds more reflective.
"Ten years ago, people would have said this is totally wacky," Neukermans said. "But it could give us some time if global warming really becomes catastrophic."

It's now beyond debate that the globe is getting hotter. The ice caps are melting, sea levels are rising, and extreme weather events like droughts, floods and hurricanes are increasing.
Alias Richard Windsor | Power Line
Jackson’s sudden resignation might be a tipoff that there is more to it than the Windsor knot. In a rightly ordered universe it might even be a scandal.
Unusual cold expected to stay until February in Japan - Record snowfall in 18 locations

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