“We are adding CO2 to the atmosphere at a rate that is outside the bounds of the entire 65 million paleoclimate record. The Earth has never experienced a thermal impulse occurring at this rate ever before. ... Climate extremes are going to be more frequent and Hurricane Sandy is an example of what that could mean. We're also saying it could get a whole lot worse than that.”
- John D. Steinbruner, Ph.D., Univ. of Maryland, Chair, Climate Impact Study
A month after the October 29th Superstorm Sandy, “More than 30,000 people remain without power in New York and New Jersey. Many of those people are also without heat.”
- CNN, November 26, 2012
“Over Nov. 24-25, two people died and more than 800 homes
were damaged as parts of Britain were hit by the worst flooding
in half a century over the weekend.”
- The Telegraph, U. K.
Also see at end of this report more about the November 24 - 29 major flooding throughout the U. K.; plus November 2012, flooding of Venice, Italy.
November 29, 2012 College Park, Maryland - On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy - the largest storm in American recorded history - slammed the New Jersey and New York coasts killing more than 100 people, damaging or destroying an estimated 72,000 houses and buildings in New Jersey alone, and according to the governors of New Jersey and New York will cost at least $71 billion for reconstruction.
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