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Contrails become Cirrus

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Friday July 23, 2010

Lafayette, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Mount Evans Colorado, July 23, 2010. The contrails from Denver International Airport accumulate over the course of the day. These have a small, but discernible climate effect.

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1. Bogon
11:28 AM GMT on January 20, 2012
In one of her tunes Joni Mitchell sings about "the hexagram of the heavens", undeniable evidence of the brave new world in which we live. How is it that some people cannot interpret the signs writ large across the sky?
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RickyRood

I'm a professor at U Michigan and lead a course on climate change problem solving. I write blogs for WU, take on problems that I can't solve, and sometimes learn something along the way.

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