Bette Midler says increase in carbon dioxide emissions is causing violent storms

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This tweet continued a theme Midler began last night.

This Earth is the only one we will ever have or love or tend for our children.There may be an earth where reality doesn’t matter….

— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) October 31, 2012

But it isn’t this one.Reality does matter. 90 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere every day has a consequence. Wesaw it yesterday.

— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) October 31, 2012

But maybe it’s not quite so simple?

@bettemidler more evaporation = more cloud cover = more light reflected = less heat reaching surface = less evaporation.

— Malcolm Pollack (@mtpollack) October 31, 2012

@bettemidler It’s complicated.…

— Malcolm Pollack (@mtpollack) October 31, 2012

We looking forward to hearing “not a scientist” Bette’s thoughts about the article linked by @mtpollack, particularly her “common sense” responses to the points made about water vapor measurements from radiosondes, tropospheric wind shear causing changes in precipitation efficiency, and the missing tropospheric “hot spot” in satellite temperature trends.

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