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    The New York Times Company | NOAH GALLAGHER SHANNON | 7/22/20 | 33 min
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    • Pegeen
      Scribe
      2 weeks ago

      I could not stop reading this - a horror story.

    • deephdave
      Top reader this weekReading streakScout
      2 weeks ago

      For Nesbitt and a growing cohort of young meteorologists, the chaos wrought by climate change requires radically rethinking some of meteorology’s core concepts. As a discipline, meteorology is based on the idea that the climate is a constant; within each year, season or day, only a certain number and range of variable weather events are possible. But because that constant has itself become a variable, Nesbitt thinks the field needs to take a big step back and begin again with the basics: close observations of how storms develop and behave. “We thought we knew how the climate and weather operated,” he told me. “But now we have to think more like astronomers — like we don’t know what’s out there.”

    • bill
      Top reader of all timeScoutScribe
      2 weeks ago

      Thrilling and thoughtful. A look at our changing, intensifying weather from the same author who wrote that great one about the Pinkertons