4th October - Today's News: "Strongest Ever" Typhoon Chaba Hits Okinawa





A possible 'tornado' rips through New Forest boatyard on Saturday morning



And according to a new paper from James Hansen planet at its hottest in 115,000 years thanks to climate change, experts say.  But I am not convinced.  In any case, we need a sustained period (decades) of such temperatures before we can compare with a previous mean and it's quite possibly that overall it was still warmer (at least some years) during the Mid-Holocene warm period.

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