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A model for climate change predicts that global temperatures will continue to rise. Soon after the model is presented a town has a massive snow storm. What does this tell us about the model?

A) It confirms the model because climate change predicts more precipitation

B)It refutes the model because the temperatures are colder, not warmer

C) It might confirm or refute the model depending on what the temperatures normally were in that town

D) It neither confirms nor refutes the model because climate and weather are different

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3 answers

  1. D is correct

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  2. D. You need a trend, not a storm.

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  3. Yes, it is D

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