Record snowfall provokes debate over global warming
By Juliet Eilperin
With all this snow, people are yet again wondering what this means for climate change.
While The Post ran a story about this question on Jan. 28 -- "Harsh winter a sign of disruptive climate change, report says" -- we thought it was worth pointing readers to a new posting that The New Republic has put up on this, "What The Snowpocalypse Tells Us About Global Warming."
Since few things fascinate people as much as extreme weather, this year's series of blizzards might touch off a new round of scientific inquiry into the question of what it means to have more moisture stored in the atmosphere above the ocean.
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February 10, 2010; 4:58 PM ET
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