8th June 2012 - Summer Storm Batters Britain


But whilst May in Britain ended up just average and April was cool and wet, the US experienced second warmest May, warmest Spring on record, NOAA report



Snow dump gives NZ ski season great start  and in Christchurch they've just had their coldest day on record



Supervolcanoes 'can grow in just hundreds of years' - and there's already a big magma pool under Yellowstone .....


Today's climate more sensitive to carbon dioxide than in past 12 million years - or rather, for the past few million years it's been more sensitive than it was 12 million years ago.   All down to contintental configuration and the way pesky landmasses disrupt the natural redistribution of heat around the planet by ocean currents.

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