Wednesday, 9 January 2013

NOAA: 2012 hottest year on record in contiguous US

No matter what the climate change deniers refuse to accept the facts even though they have become so obvious especially the effects of burning fossil fuels! This is a good read: 2012 hottest year on record in contiguous U.S., NOAA says ... from page 2: "In 2004, Princeton University professors Robert Socolow and Stephen Pacala wrote an influential paper outlining how the world could stabilize its greenhouse-gas emissions by mid-
century through a series of ­“wedges,” using current technology, such as sharply increasing nuclear power worldwide, eliminating deforestation and converting conventional plowing to no-tillage farming."

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