17 Jan '12, 4pm

Counter intuitively, new research shows warmer summer & fall causing colder winters #climate

Counter intuitively, new research shows warmer summer & fall causing colder winters #climate

DFID - UK Department for International Development /CC BY 2.0 Here's what's caught our eye in climate change news this morning, beyond the obvious in the headline: The famine in Somalia (yeah, it's still happening) will likely kill tens of thousands of people by the time it's done, the wife of an MIT climate researcher has been targeted in hate mail (seriously out of hand, this), and, somewhat counterintuitively new research shows cold winters are being caused by warmer summers. High School Science Teachers Forced to Defend Climate Change Denial? More fingers in the ears and eyes closed: The LA Times has a summary of states requiring teachers to put climate change denial on equal footing with climate change science. Remember that something like 97% of climate scientists are of the opinion that the planet is warming and human activity is behind it. So while talking about op...

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