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Mark Fischetti, senior editor at Scientific American, explains why this winter has been unusually warm and dry across most of North America.
Too much CO2? Make seltzer.
Did we have this type of weather pattern before in history? I do not recall it.
A senior editor at Scientific American who doesn't know how to pronounce "arctic"????
What is La Nina? And is there any hope for some powder days on the east coast this year?
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