Saturday, July 28, 2012

Northeast Storm That Killed Two Was a Weak Derecho - Bloomberg
The storm, spawned by a larger cold front that stretched from Texas to the Northeast, “was certainly a low-end derecho,” said Stephen Corfidi, a meteorologist at the U.S. Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma.
Twitter / AGW_Prof ["Super" Mandia]: As crop losses mount, wher ...
As crop losses mount, where r all those "CO2 is plant food" critics? CO2 is definitely increasing! #Happer #Heartland
Folks have asked... | Facebook
[Mann] ...It would seem to follow that if Anthony Watts has even a shred of honesty, he will have to accept BEST's reaffirmation of what the climate research community, the IPCC, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the Academies of all other industrial nations, etc. have all already concluded: that human-caused climate change is a reality and a threat. There is room for a good faith debate over what to do about the problem. There is no longer room for a debate about whether the problem exists.
Spirited discussion: Climate change hits the liquor biz, big time | Grist
We sample some of Tuthilltown’s fine spirits and talk to Tourmaster Cordell Stahl about how climate change is affecting the Hudson Valley. “Everyone I run across is concerned about it,” he says, “and every, one to a man or woman, feels hopeless.”

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