Daily Archives: April 17, 2011

“Monsoon rain increased by four metres every year”

Is climate change causing earthquakes? Extreme weather is moving tectonic plates, scientists claim People who are ridiculed for saying that earthquakes are a result of global warming could actually be right, scientists claim. Long-term climate change has the potential to … Continue reading

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Didn’t Obama Give These Guys A Trillion Dollars?

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Nunavut Flooding At -15C

With the cold winter weather tapering off, the often repeated comments about “so-called global warming and climate change,” sparked by bitterly cold temperatures and “snowmageddons,” still resonate. First let’s get the terminology straight. Climate change is the change in climatic … Continue reading

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Coldest March On Record In Australia : Government Calls For New Taxes To Reduce The Heat

Temperatures Maximum temperatures nationally were the coldest on record with a national anomaly of -2.19°C. Most of Australia recorded below average mean maxima with parts of the north and south of the country recording their coldest March on record. This … Continue reading

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Mad Libs

Fill in the missing words Climate experts agree that global warming is __ADJECTIVE__ and is caused by ___NOUN___. Yet last week in the House of ___PLURAL NOUN___, an amendment to a bill that would deny the Environmental ___NOUN___  Agency the … Continue reading

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April 20, 1976 : 98 Degrees In Rhode Island And Seventeen Tornadoes In Texas

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April 1977 : Tornado In Bangladesh Killed Hundreds Of People

Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) – Los Angeles, Calif. Date:    Apr 3, 1977 At least 328 people were killed and more than 1,000 injured in a tornado which battered wide sections of Bangladesh, authorities said in Dacca. Among the dead … Continue reading

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