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'The Day After Tomorrow'

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In the new disaster movie, The Day After Tomorrow, Manhattan is buried in ice and snow, monster tornadoes rip through the Northern Hemisphere — and it's all the result of global warming. In this hour, we'll find out how much real science there is amongst the special effects.

Guests:

Eileen Claussen
*President, Pew Center on Global Climate Change in Arlington, Va.

Kevin Trenberth
*Head, Climate Analysis Section, National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo.

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