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Jan 26th 2011 2:37AM I'm a high school student and I can connect global warming to this with about 3 seconds thought. The higher temperatures cause more water from the ocean to evaporate. The increase in moisture in the air floats around till winter when its cold enough to.... guess what. Dump in the form of snow all over the US including areas that usually escape snow. Oh my that was mighty difficult to understand. I'm sure it's more complicated, but anyone with half a brain can understand that unusual weather(even snow storms) only further shows that something is changing. It's pretty obvious what that is.
LOOK PAST THE TITLE. Global warming does not mean that every place in the world heats up. It affects different places in different ways. Oh they said its called global warming so if winter comes and there's more snow than usual then all their science is automatically broken? What are you five?
Maybe a result of warming is different than their report predicted. How can it not be? Obviously they can't accurately predict weather years to come. Can you?However the concept is sound, there WILL be affects from our emissions.