The Washington Post

Sea level rise is potentially one of the most damaging results of climate change.

  • Rob Motta, James White, R. Steven Nerem
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  • May 20
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The Earth's eight most unusually warm months on record have occurred in the last eight months.

Earth has been dealt a hot hand, one which it cannot seem to break.

It unambiguously shows the planet's relentless march towards higher temperatures.

Arctic warming and melting ice may be increasingly laying the groundwork for huge East Coast snows.

"If someone throws a piano off the roof, I don't care what Sarah Palin tells you -- get out of the way, because it's coming down on your head."

"Sometimes a picture says a thousand words."

The Earth has witnessed several of the freakiest, most intense storms on record in recent months.

March's average global temperature was an unrivaled 2.20 degrees above normal.

Consider me impressed.

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