Last week, when icy air and heaps of snow blasted most of the U.S., it was still possible to walk around in shorts and a T-shirt here in L.A. -- and worry about a sunburn. Newscasters kept noting that there were freezing temperatures in all 50 states, but
This was probably the most intense lake-effect storm in history!
Here's the million-dollar question a lot of people have asked: is this monumental weather event related to global climate change? Or, is it just a freak of nature?
Much of the change in climate change is happening to the ocean. It's not just the extra heat hiding within the waves. The seven seas also absorb a big share of the carbon dioxide released by burning the fossilized sunshine known as coal, natural gas and