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Climate Change Could Spark Future, Catastrophic Hurricanes

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Researchers from Princeton and MIT used weather-based computer simulations to determine the effect of climate change on hurricanes; it's not pretty. [It is made clear that these are 'worst case scenarios.' But based on the sweeping underestimates by climatologists so far I'd put my money on a 'likely case scenario.' Watch the short video and decide for yourself.]

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