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Average U.S. temperature increases by 0.5 degrees F -- New 1981-2010 'normals' to be released this week

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According to the 1981-2010 normals to be released by NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) on July 1, temperatures across the United States were on average, approximately 0.5 degree F warmer than the 1971-2000 time period. ... Read more about Average U.S. temperature increases by 0.5 degrees F -- New 1981-2010 'normals' to be released this week

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Storm Warnings: Extreme Weather Is a Product of Climate Change -- More violent and frequent storms, once merely a prediction of climate models, are now a matter of observation. Part 1 of a three-part series

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John Carey
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In North Dakota the waters kept rising. Swollen by more than a month of record rains in Saskatchewan, the Souris River topped its all time record high, set back in 1881. The floodwaters poured into Minot, North Dakota's fourth-largest city, and spread across thousands of acres of farms and forests. More than 12,000 people were forced to evacuate. Many lost their homes to the floodwaters. ... Read more about Storm Warnings: Extreme Weather Is a Product of Climate Change -- More violent and frequent storms, once merely a prediction of climate models, are now a matter of observation. Part 1 of a three-part series

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Population bomb: 9 billion march to WWIII -- Commentary: Can anyone halt this economic explosive?

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Paul B. Farrell
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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (MarketWatch) — Sshh. Don’t tell anyone. But “while you are reading these words, four people will have died from starvation. Most of them children.” Seventeen words. Four deaths. That statistic is from a cover of Paul Ehrlich’s 1968 provocative “Population Bomb.”

By the time you finish this column, another five hundred will die. By starvation. Mostly kids. Dead.

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