One day does not make a climate change

Hot and dry weather in San Diego is bringing the “sky is falling” crowd to life; the same people who are ignoring record cold and snow in the mid-Country and East Coast. Neither is important as a climate change when viewed in a one year or even ten year span. Over 50 years, maybe, over 200 years, yes, but even then a lasting trend has to be distinguished from a long last aberration. Plankton, the ocean as heat-sink, cloud cover, are factors that have not yet been accurately modeled. More on this later.
And my book is still in the printshop, now a week late.

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