Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Waylanders Rally for Climate Change in D.C. and Locally - Wayland, MA Patch
The group at the corner of the Cochituate and Boston Post Roads also had the blowing snow to contend with and, admittedly, not that many bodies to stay warm, but all that didn't seem to matter. That the day was a typical winter's day wasn't all that ironic to Andrea Case.

“A snowy winter makes people question 'global warming,'” she said. “But intense weather, whether blizzards, hurricanes, droughts or repeated record high temperature days, are all harbingers of climate change."

Asked if this was a successful event, Kaat Vander Straeten, said, "Yes! Look, there were only seven of us, but there was no place I'd rather be..."
Oxygen-rich ice algae lost as Arctic warms | Environment | DW.DE | 26.02.2013
"Perhaps the Arctic will be a completely different ocean in five years"
Twitter / RyanMaue: Effects of snow-cover: -7°C ...
Effects of snow-cover: -7°C below normal area in last 7-day avg temperature anomaly over prev Plains Blizzard of Oz
Twitter / RyanMaue: GFS 00z refuses to warm up ...
GFS 00z refuses to warm up during second week of March (from NW Canada down to Florida. Spring please!
Twitter / RyanMaue: Could be worse, almost all ...
Could be worse, almost all of Russia (huge chunk of real estate) forecast well-below normal 2nd week of March
Carbon Tax In 1789 Could Have Prevented Centuries Of Drought And Flood In Australia | Real Science

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