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How Well Do Scientists Understand Global Warming? | Climate Change on America Uncovered

How Well Do Scientists Understand Global Warming? | Climate Change on America Uncovered

Our planet has been getting warmer. But how well do scientists understand why? Welcome to America Uncovered. I’m Chris Chappell. Our planet. Beautiful. Diverse. Complex. So how well do scientists understand our planet? In particular—how well do they understand global warming? But before I’m able to examine that issue, YouTube is probably trying to pre-empt […]

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How Bacteria Make It Rain (with Kim Prather) – Speaking of Chemistry Road Trip

How Bacteria Make It Rain (with Kim Prather) – Speaking of Chemistry Road Trip

We’ve made it to the last stop of the Speaking of Chemistry California Road Trip. But to quote one of the world’s greatest scientists, “Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.” Let’s dive into some atmospheric chemistry with Kimberly Prather of UC San Diego and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography to learn more about the […]

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Climate Scientist Reviews Global Warming Movies
Atmospheric and Space Scientist Career Video

Atmospheric and Space Scientist Career Video

Even before breakfast, and certainly before leaving the house, most people consult the weather forecast. That essential item of news is provided by atmospheric and space scientists, who study the weather and climate, and examine how those conditions affect human activity and the earth. Atmospheric scientists collect data from the field using instruments such as […]

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Did scientists get climate change wrong?

Did scientists get climate change wrong?

Hi everybody. Today I’m visiting the University of Oxford and I’m here to talk to Professor Tim Palmer about climate models. Tim, on the weekend I read this article in the New York Times. It was titled “How scientists got climate change so wrong” and it was mostly about weather extremes and said that climate […]

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The Science of OTREC

The Science of OTREC

We are here as a part of OTREC. We want to sample the atmosphere over the southwest Caribbean and the east Pacific. The Earth’s atmosphere is really like a house with central heating. We don’t understand the furnace in this part of the world and the furnace occurs because of, the Sun evaporates water from […]

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The latest science on how ‘the big one’ will unfold
“In Her Shoes” Exhibit bringing Awareness to Domestic Violence
The science behind double rainbows
A Tornado Hits The Weather Channel

A Tornado Hits The Weather Channel

Tornadoes are one of the most feared and destructive forces on the planet capable of producing Catastrophic damage in a matter of seconds and it’s that trail of destruction that is used to determine the tornados rating It’s called the Enhanced Fujita scale or EF scale and today all the ingredients are coming together for […]

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