Russian Heat Wave Statistically Linked to Climate Change

Wired News: A new method of crunching climate data could make it possible to put a figure on climate change`s contribution to freak weather events, something that`s been difficult to do with empirical precision. The debut subject: the Russian heat wave of July 2010, which killed 700 people and was unprecedented since record keeping began in the 19th century. According to the analysis, there`s an 80 percent chance that climate change was responsible. "With climate change, it`s going to happen five times......

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