Michael Mann TEDx Talk on Climate Science and Deniers

One of the world’s top climatologists talks climate science and climate science denial:

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4 Responses to Michael Mann TEDx Talk on Climate Science and Deniers

  1. Michael T says:

    Most Americans Link Bad Weather to Climate Change

    More than half of Americans believe that weather in the United States has gotten worse over the past several years, and even more say they believe that global warming is affecting U.S. weather, a new report finds.

    The data come from the Yale University Project on Climate Change Communication, which tracks Americans’ opinions about climate change over time. About 63 percent of Americans said they believed that global warming is occurring, essentially unchanged from 64 percent in the last survey in May 2011. Half of Americans said that humans contribute to climate change, a slight increase of 3 percentage points since May.

  2. prokaryotes says:

    Very Good!

    More of this Please! (non scientists, governmental entity, high profile with strong messaging skills)

  3. Colorado Bob says:

    New Zealand –
    The 510mm measured at the Kotinga gauge at Takaka township in the 48 hours to 3am was the “most impressive” rainfall total. That included 423mm in 24 hours, which was well in excess of a 1-in-100 year rainfall event.

    In the 35 years of readings at that site, the previous 24-hour record was 256mm.

    On the Waimea plains 200mm of rain fell in 24 hours, also greater than a 1-in-100 year rainfall, Civil Defence said.

    The lowland falls combined with even larger rainfall totals in the Waimea and Maitai headwaters, where storm totals reached in excess of 400mm.

    “These are substantial amounts of rain to fall on lowland areas, particularly urban areas, and there was considerable flooding from small streams, while more moderate floods occurred in the larger rivers,” Civil Defence said.

  4. Colorado Bob says:

    Ireland’s biggest ever wave recorded off Donegal coast

    A 20.4-metre wave is recorded by a buoy 60 miles off Ireland’s coast as a force ten storm rages