‘Global Weirding,’ a term first coined by journalists, refers to the inexplicable string of bizarre natural phenomena that have occurred recently, that are inconsistent with typical weather and geological patterns. While nothing concrete ties these occurrences to climate change, they are happening with too great a frequency to be coincidental, experts say. Examples of this include atypical heat waves in Russia and the Eastern United States in the summer of 2010; record rainfalls in Pakistan and Afghanistan; and the disintegration of glaciers in Greenland, which comprise the most significant geological events of that region of the past 50 years.
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