Arctic’s Warming Hits Overdrive

By SETH BORENSTEIN | December 16, 2016

  • December 16, 2016 at 4:41 pm
    jim says:
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    I always find it interesting that an article comes out on a day that Toronto is colder than Mars.

  • December 18, 2016 at 6:26 pm
    Mariano says:
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    The author of this article Seth Borenstein has been plagued with bias and inaccurate reporting. The premise of his science reporting is that there isn’t two sides to the story just to “get what is happening.”
    Science is an observational and experimental discipline that is constantly changing as technology progresses. What is dangerous about Borenstein’s one-seded aggressive reporting is the failure to consider human observational and experimental error.
    Attempting to focus on theory and computer modelling alone, does not take into account, that which is not known. For example, how does the dynamics of the sun account for the weather changes observed in the poles, tropics and sub-tropics.
    For me, the energies and influence of the sun on our planet’s weather far out-scale what may be driven by man. On the flip side, humans can and do influence the ecology. Which, is an influence on life and non-life on plane earth, just on a far smaller scale.

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