FLIGHTS will become bumpier as global warming destabilises air currents at altitudes used by commercial airliners, climate scientists warn.
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A new majority in the state Senate is dedicating time to explore the views of a global warming skeptic, who argues that federal scientists have been manipulating climate data to inflate recent temperatures.The views of retired geology professor Don Easterbrook are considered outside of mainstream science. A 2010 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences...
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OSLO (Reuters) - Scientists are struggling to explain a slowdown in climate change that has exposed gaps in their understanding and defies a rise in global greenhouse gas emissions.
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Government advisers unequivocally link the country's extreme weather and global warming, and say the worst is yet to comeThe hottest summer on record. The hottest January on record. The hottest day on record for Australia as a whole. Bushfires in every state and territory. Daily rainfall records and major flooding. Over a period of 90 days, these were some of the 123 extreme...
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Scientists point to both scant recent snowfall in parts of the country and this month's whopper of a Northeast blizzard as potential global warming signs.
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Jim Cramer sees a tipping point in this key market, saying U.S. equities are poised to benefit.
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Libertarian News Examiner has long argued against human-caused climate disruption nee climate change nee global warming on the basis that the science has been corrupted through politicization. It just seems too coincidental that the "solution...
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A new study finds near-unanimity among climate scientists: humans are causing global warming. Continue reading →
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IDC is the first of the big analyst companies to come out with quarterly mobile device shipment numbers that indicate Q1 as the first quarter where smartphones have outnumbered more basic feature phones in worldwide shipments: in a total market of 418.6 million devices, 216.2 (51.6%) were smartphones. But it is was a kind of tipping point of two other sorts, too: it is a...
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From Climate Central's Michael D. Lemonick: Nearly a quarter of the Northern Hemisphere’s land surface is covered in permanently frozen soil, or permafrost, which is filled with carbon-rich plant debris — enough to double the amount of heat-trapping carbon in the atmosphere if the permafrost all melted and the organic matter decomposed. According to a paper published...
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