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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst

Tuesday 11/20/12

Climate Headlines
Greenhouse gas volume increase and the steady run of above-normal world temperatures in October command headlines in this pre-Thanksgiving holiday week.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 6:59AM CST 11/20/12 by Bryce Anderson | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
A quote from a Wall Street Journal columnist Al Lewis that I like to repeat; " If you don't belive in global warming, you're claims paying insurance company probably does."
Posted by Bill Rynda at 11:21AM CST 11/21/12
Climate has become such an ideological device, so reminiscent of the scopes trial and evolution. Again it is the conservatives against science but the recent election has proved a strong majority of US citizens have placed the issue with progressive environmentalists, not corporations, not tea party maniacs, not Rush Limbaugh but those that see the destruction, the thermometer readings, the carbon ppm. The above article describes an extremely dangerous situation for the world and as the dust bowl this is man made and only when men take responsibility can it be cured!!!
Posted by Jay Mcginnis at 7:26AM CST 11/26/12
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