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Rapidly changing ocean salinities as a result of a warming atmosphere have intensified the global water cycle (evaporation and precipitation) by an incredible 4 percent between 1950 and 2000. That’s twice the rate predicted by models. This NASA satellite image shows the distribution of water vapor over Africa and the Atlantic Ocean on 2 Sept 2010:

motherjones:

Rapidly changing ocean salinities as a result of a warming atmosphere have intensified the global water cycle (evaporation and precipitation) by an incredible 4 percent between 1950 and 2000. That’s twice the rate predicted by models. This NASA satellite image shows the distribution of water vapor over Africa and the Atlantic Ocean on 2 Sept 2010:

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    hey cool looks like our water cycles are now 4% more awesome. what could go wrong?
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    I have never even contemplated how the rate at which the H20 completes the water cycle could effect things. Of course...
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    Let’s make the best of this, yes?
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    Whoa.
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