- Aug 3, 2021 3:05 pm GMT
I’ve known for some time that, in the U.S., in summer, weather patterns can stall in one place for some time, because I read an article in Scientific American about it in 2019, and consequently wrote the paper on the climate change effect that caused this.
I occasionally use and reference writings by Dr. James Hansen. If you know anything about climate science, you know who Dr. Hansen is. Once or twice a month his team sends me a brief paper. The words and images below are about this same effect and others, and are from his most recent paper (7/13/2021). There are also words on the same effect and others from other sources.
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