Saturday, July 29, 2006

Heat, Hurricanes Etc.

"What is worrisome," said , Claudia Tebaldi a climate statistician who works at the Boulder research center, "is that climate models all agree on the intensification of heat waves in the future."

Likewise for hurricanes. While a new paper from Chris Landsea suggests past data on hurricane freqency is flawed, "suggests" isn't case closed as some wingervillains are already claiming. Predictions have always been on the low side. The reality is there are more storms than predicted and this is increasing. Same with the temps and CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere.


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