Thursday, February 11, 2010


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From the Washington Post "Snowmageddon" article:

As members of Congress try to shovel out from underneath what is being called "snowmageddon" in Washington DC, they might pause in their labors and contemplate how weird their weather is becoming. "Global warming" is pretty much a misnomer. Our weather isn't always getting warmer, but it's getting a lot weirder.

The world's weather is changing, and changing in dramatic and erratic ways. Hunter Lovins, co-founder of the Colorado-based Rocky Mountain Institute, is credited with creating the term "global weirding" as a much more descriptive term for what's happening to our weather patterns than the "global warming" or even "climate change."
Check it out HERE.

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