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Scientists' nightmares come true

The number of natural disasters is increasing, and the scope seems to be getting worse than before. The man-made climate change as a cause we hardly escape.


New Orleans is ravaged and submerged. Bergen is experiencing the rain shower of all time. In Romania, the road network has been washed away by the huge amounts of rain this summer and autumn. At the same time, firefighters are battling the blaze in overheated Portugal. In Japan, a typhoon sweeps across the country, while dozens of lives are lost in typhoons that hit Taiwan and China earlier in September. The reports of extreme weather are increasing – and they are coming from all parts of the world.

When researchers saw Katrina sweep into New Orleans, they could only conclude that the worst-case scenarios they had worked on. . .

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