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The jet stream in a particularly wavy state.

The jet stream that circles Earth's north pole travels west to east. But when the jet stream interacts with a Rossby wave, as shown here, the winds can wander far north and south, bringing frigid air to normally mild southern states.

Flashback 1974: NCAR Blamed ‘Dramatic Climate Anomalies’ on Growing Arctic Ice Called Global Cooling The ‘New Norm’ 2013: Warmists Blame Climate Disasters On Melting Arctic Ice

Flashback NCAR Blamed ‘Dramatic Climate Anomalies’ on Growing Arctic Ice – Called Global Cooling The ‘New Norm’ – – Warmists Blame Climate Disasters On Melting Arctic Ice

Do Extreme Weather Events Change Views on… http://www.care2.com/greenliving/do-extreme-weather-events-change-views-on-climate-policies.html

Do Extreme Weather Events Change Views on… http://www.care2.com/greenliving/do-extreme-weather-events-change-views-on-climate-policies.html

Extreme weather events, such as these multiple tornadoes, are more likely as a result of climate change. See more: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/13/130215-severe-storm-climate-change-weather-science/

Burning daylight—thought these were tornadoes, I think those are the burning oil wells in Kuwait during the Gulf War. Iraq set fire to more than 600 of them as they retreated from Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1991

cool Does Climate Change Cause Extreme Weather? Check more at http://sherwoodparkweather.com/does-climate-change-cause-extreme-weather/

cool Does Climate Change Cause Extreme Weather? Check more at http://sherwoodparkweather.com/does-climate-change-cause-extreme-weather/

From Heat Waves to Hurricanes: What We Know About Extreme Weather and Climate Change - The New York Times

From Heat Waves to Hurricanes: What We Know About Extreme Weather and Climate Change

From Heat Waves to Hurricanes: What We Know About Extreme Weather and Climate Change - The New York Times

Hansen Study: Extreme Weather Tied to Climate Change - Extreme weather events, such as the heat waves that have broiled the High Plains and Midwest this summer, smashing thousands of temperature records, are a direct consequence of global warming, according to a new study led by prominent climate scientist, James Hansen of NASA. The study seeks to reframe how people view the links between manmade global warming and extreme weather events,

A paper by NASA researchers projects that nuclear power has prevented more air pollution-related deaths than would have come from burning fossil fuels, but one of its authors stepped down from his NASA post.

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