What’s in a name? Would ‘the pause’ by any other name help climate scientists communicate?

ClimateWire: In a recent edition of NASA's "Ask a Climate Scientist" video series, scientist Joshua Willis stands in front of a black screen, makes a few goofy faces and gives a brief answer to what has become a common question about climate science. "A lot of people ask me: 'Has there been a pause in global warming because, like, temperatures aren't increasing as fast as they were a decade ago?'" Willis says. "And I always say, you know, paws are for kittens and puppies, because global warming is definitely......

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