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  1. ...pakistan-temperature-records- russia - heat -wav/ http://climateprogress.org/ 2010 /07/26/record- heat - wave - russia -new-york-times/ bravozulu has gone so far down the rabbit hole...

    16 Answers · Environment · 05/08/2010

  2. ...heatwave in Europe in 2003 killed 70,000 people. The heatwave in Russia in 2010 killed 50,000. Heat waves have become more common and the frequency will increase. Species are now...

    8 Answers · Environment · 19/09/2012

  3. Without all the fanfare?... One can't: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v463/n7280/full/nature08769.html

    16 Answers · Environment · 16/03/2011

  4. Since the beginning of time, there have been days when it's been hot, days when it's been cold; we've also had warm and cool days. For those who cry GW, try taking a trip to South America where...

    14 Answers · Environment · 19/08/2010

  5. ...000 deaths associated with the 2010 Russian heatwave? Did you know there were over.... http://www.livescience.com/13296-european- russia - heat - waves -climate-change.html http://www.agu.org/news/press/pr...

    6 Answers · Environment · 02/01/2013

  6. ...alive today, it won't much alter life. We might see a few more killer heat waves such as the ones in Russia in 2010 and Europe in 2003; we might see more floods, but this is not...

    11 Answers · Environment · 01/03/2012

  7. "Warmers" are compared with Hare Krishna's, Moonies or the Scientology freaks since Climate-gate has exposed the theory as nothing more than junk science.

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 12/06/2011

  8. Dream on Baccy Baby. prove that there is AGW. Then prove that these calamities were directly responsible by AGW. Ha! Ha! If you were a scientist, You would know what steps to take to make a...

    6 Answers · Environment · 16/06/2013

  9. 2003 Europe Heat Waves - 35,000 dead Iran ... Flu- 11,800 dead 2010 Haiti Earthquake...- 1,800 dead Russia Heatwave-15,000

    5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/11/2010

  10. ... fundamentally altered weather patterns to produce the killer Russian heat wave . “Without contributions from anthropogenic climate change,” ...

    8 Answers · Environment · 23/08/2010

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