Yesterday, I told you that the relationship between Hurricane Sandy and climate change can be summed up with "It's Complicated". If you want a referendum on climate change, the data is in and we know it's happening. But if you're curious about this specific storm, what scientists know about hurricane systems, and how weather and climate interact, Scientific American has a live chat starting at 1:00 pm Eastern with Noah Diffenbaugh, a climate scientist at Stanford University. Check it out!

2 Responses to “Chat about climate science and Sandy with Stanford's Noah Diffenbaugh”

  1. pjk says:

    Speaking of, this is good…¬†http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2012/10/30/did-climate-change-cause-hurricane-sandy/

  2. Every time you use the world “climate change” instead of “global warming”, Frank Luntz gets a nickel.

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