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" he said. however, then play those levels and upload them for others to play.On Monday, the results suggest that most Americans should try to squeeze more exercise into their time off, Coordination among key partners is rapidly improving,S. observational data dates back more than a century from thousands of weather stations and provides a historical record of how the likelihood of extreme weather has changed occurred over time The climate models go back further essentially creating alternate realities that could have played out under prescribed conditions over centuries One notable example of an extreme weather event assessed by the WWA was flooding that occurred in Louisiana after an August 2016 thunderstorm The storm lacked the high wind speeds to earn a designation as a hurricane and at first did not draw widespread attention But over the course of a week it dumped enough watermore than 30 inches in some placesto lead the Red Cross to declare it the worst storm since Hurricane Sandy in 2012 The extreme weather event killed 13 people and caused billions of dollars in damage To study it researchers looked at data from more than 300 stations in a government database as observational data To run models quickly the team used models NOAA had already run that could be analyzed easily In this case scientists look at weather conditions with manmade climate change and without Running the simulation repeatedly gives a high-confidence model to assess how likely an event is to have occurred in a given year with or without climate change In southern Louisiana as with many other locations around the globe the likelihood of an extreme precipitation event has increased over the past century alongside carbon dioxide emissions The WWA study found that climate change as much as doubled the chances of the Louisiana extreme weather event and at the very least increased the odds by 40% “You fit all the data together and ask what is the likelihood for a 100 millimeters 200 millimeters of precipitation” says study co-author Sarah Kapnick a researcher at the NOAA “As you get to higher and higher values of precipitation it becomes less and less likely without climate change” So far scientists have not found an extreme weather event that could not have occurred without climate change but they have found several instances where it multiplied the odds of one that occurred As extreme weather events increase in severity and frequency in the coming years scientists say the odds are increasing that there eventually will be a storm that they can unequivocally say would not have occurred without climate change But the inability to say with certainty an individual storm was caused by climate does not necessarily mean that scientists should continue repeating the phrase that climate change cannot be blamed for individual storms says Heidi Cullen chief scientist at Climate Central and a study co-author Cullen likens blaming climate change for extreme weather events storms to blaming a smoker’s lung cancer on smoking habits A doctor cannot definitively and scientifically say that one patient’s smoking caused his or her lung cancer but the idea that smoking causes lung cancer is widely accepted “Sometimes we put a burden of proof on the climate community that isnt realistic” says Cullen “All of it is probabilistic” The science of attributing specific extreme weather events to climate change has come a long way since one of the first studies that made the connection which evaluated the 2003 European heat wave In recent years the linkage has received a stamp of approval from the National Academy of Sciences and the National Climate Assessment two scientific bodies that represent the consensus scientific view The work has received the attention of the insurance industry even if it has not yet begun a crucial component of their models Still the science has a long way to go Extreme weather events that involve extreme heat or flooding are easier to assess than more complicated extreme weather events like hurricanes But scientists remain committed to advancing their understanding Attributing storms to climate change has a practical significance beyond the scientific novelty The Red Cross often requests the analysis in the days following an extreme weather event to inform rebuilding efforts that often get off the ground just a few weeks after a storm More broadly understanding a storm’s precise link to global warming helps the public understand the risks posed by climate change A Look at the Devastating Destruction Caused by Hurricane Harvey Samaritans help push a boat with evacuees to high ground during a rain storm caused by Tropical Storm Harvey along Tidwell Road in east Houston on Aug 28 2017 Adrees Latif—Reuters Rescue boats fill a flooded street as flood victims are evacuated floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey rise Aug 28 2017 in Houston David J Phillip—AP Alexendre Jorge evacuates Ethan Colman 4 from a neighborhood inundated by floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston on Aug 28 2017 Charlie Riedel—AP People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey on Aug 28 2017 in Houston Joe Raedle—Getty Images People wait to be rescued from their homes after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey on Aug 28 2017 in Houston Joe Raedle—Getty Images Rescue workers and civilians wait for emergency crews in Houston Aug 27 2017 Alyssa Schukar—The New York Times Residents with a dog sit in the back of a truck while waiting to be rescued from rising floodwaters due to Hurricane Harvey in Spring Texas on Aug 28 2017 Luke Sharrett—Bloomberg/Getty Images People wait to be rescued from their flooded homes after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey on August 28 2017 in Houston Texas Joe Raedle—Getty Images A person waves to rescuers as he walks through a flooded street after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey on Aug 28 2017 in Houston Joe Raedle—Getty Images Rescuers help a man and children from flooding from Hurricane Harvey on Aug 28 2017 in Houston Joe Raedle—Getty Images People walk down a flooded street as they evacuate their homes after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey on Aug 28 2017 in Houston Joe Raedle—Getty Images Evacuees from areas of the city flooded by Hurricane Harvey arrive in the back of city dump trucks at a red cross shelter set up at a convention center on Aug 27 Michael Stravato—Polaris A stalled car gets a push amid heavy rain on a section of Interstate 610 in Houston Aug 27 2017 Alyssa Schukar—The New York Time Evacuees wade down a flooded section of Interstate 610 as floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey rise Aug 27 2017 in Houston David J Phillip—AP A truck driver walks while checking the depth of an underpass during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Aug 28 2017 in Houston Brendan Smialowski—AFP/Getty Images A woman looks out from a door at a shelter in the George R Brown Convention Center during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Aug 28 2017 in Houston Brendan Smialowski—AFP/Getty Images Flooded downtown is seen from JP Morgan Chase Tower after Hurricane Harvey inundated the Texas Gulf coast with rain causing widespread flooding in Houston Texas US August 27 2017 in this picture obtained from social media Christian Tycksen—Reuters Wilford Martinez bottom grabs the median as he is rescued from his flooded car along Interstate 610 in floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey on Aug 27 2017 in Houston David J Phillip—AP A child makes his way through floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey while checking on neighbors at his apartment complex in Houston Sunday Aug 27 2017 The remnants of Hurricane Harvey sent devastating floods pouring into Houston Sunday as rising water chased thousands of people to rooftops or higher ground (AP Photo/LM Otero) LM OteroAP Waters rush from a large sinkhole on Highway FM 762 in Rosenberg Texas near Houston Sunday Aug 27 2017 John Mone—AP People wait in a city dump truck on an I-610 overpass for evacuation during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey Aug 27 2017 in Houston Brendan Smialowski—AFP/Getty Images Evacuation residents from the Meyerland wait on an I-610 overpass for further help during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey Aug 27 2017 in Houston Brendan Smialowski—AFP/Getty Images After helping the driver of the submerged truck get to safety a man floats on the freeway flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey on Aug 27 2017 near downtown Houston Charlie Riedel—AP Houston Police SWAT officer Daryl Hudeck carries Catherine Pham and her 13-month-old son Aiden after rescuing them from their home surrounded by floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston on Aug 27 2017 David J Phillip—AP Neighbors used their personal boats to rescue Jane Rhodes in Friendswood Texas on Aug 27 2017 Steve Gonzales—AP Donna Raney makes her way out of the wreckage of her home as Daisy Graham tells her she will help her out of the window after Hurricane Harvey destroyed the apartment in Rockport Texas on Aug 26 2017 Joe Raedle—Getty Images Lisa Rehr holds her four-year old son Maximus after they lost their home to Hurricane Harvey as they await to be evacuated with their belongings from Rockport Texas Aug 26 2017 Adrees Latif—Reuters 1 of 27 Advertisement Write to Justin Worland at [email protected] president it may prove one of his major liabilities presidential historians warnInterviews with a dozen people familiar with how Trump conducts business reveal the president-elect as a micromanager who regularly spars over details about décor in projects across his real estate and branding empire"I’m very much involved in the details" Trump said during a June deposition in a lawsuit stemming from his development of a Washington hotel "I was involved in the design of the building and the room sizes and the entrances and the lobby and the marble and the bathrooms and the fixtures and the bars and a lot of things"Trump announced on Wednesday Nov 30 that he would leave his businesses "in total" so that he could focus on the presidencyBut those who have worked with him say a lifetime habit of micromanaging may be difficult to break providing ammunition for critics who say his decisions as president will be driven byhis private interestsA former employee of the Trump Organization who has worked closely with Trump was skeptical that he could leave behind his beloved company after spending decades building it up "I can’tpicture him stepping aside for the presidency" the ex-employee saidEven if he does make a clean break Trump will have to guard against getting bogged down in the bureaucratic minutiae inherent in the office He should avoid the example of President Jimmy Carter another famous micromanager who spent his first months in office poring over the White House tennis court schedule said Ross Baker a professor of political science atRutgers UniversityMicromanagers rarely make successful presidents said Rick Ghere an associate professor of political science at the University of Dayton in Ohio To be effective presidents must delegate authority to members of their cabinet and rely on a range of expertise he said"Being a decisionmaker in a high-level public position is a lot different than being a CEO" Ghere saidRuined windowsTrump has said he will turn the Trump Organization over to his three adult children who are already deeply involved in real estate projects around the worldHis daughter Ivanka for instance was charged with overseeing the renovation of Washington’s Old Post Office Pavilion a $200 million project to turn the historic building into a luxury hotel In cases where Trump has delegated authority he still demonstrates a deep reluctance to let go even when it comes to seemingly trivial details Two people who participated in an inspection of the Washington hotel with Trump shortly before he announced his candidacy in June 2015 remember the businessman growing incensed over a detail: The restoration of exterior windowsTrump said the windows looked terrible though one of the sources recounting the story said there didn’t seem to be anything obviously wrong with them He demanded the contractornot be paid but was told the work had been done for free in the hopes of getting more business from the Trumps according to the sourceThat source and two others on the project also recalled hearing Ivanka say she needed her father’s approval before signing off on some decisions she wanted to make on the projectThe sources said it was not uncommon for her to say she would "run this by my father" or "check with New York"Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks said Trump is "incredibly detail oriented as any great developer is something he shares with his adult children including Ivanka"Trump’s reluctance to step aside from his company was apparent in a New York Times interview last week in which he said "in theory I could run my business perfectly and then runthe country perfectly"How tall are the treesTrump’s reputation as a micromanager dates back to some of his earliest building projectsIn her 2013 book ‘All Alone on the 68th Floor’ Barbara Res who oversaw construction of Trump Tower in Manhattan described her boss in 1983 agonizing over the height and thickness of decorative trees in the building’s atriumThree decades later Trump would bring his management style to the presidential campaign trail Three sources who worked on the campaign said Trump made almost all the decisions on spending strategy and messagingAccording to the sources senior campaign officials were desperate to get aboard the candidate’s plane early on in the presidential race fearful if they were left behind he would change course on strategy and they would be shut outWhen Paul Manafort who was helping run Trump’s campaign secured the candidate’s authorization to spend $20 million hiring field operatives he was triumphant according to a Republican National Committee member recounting an RNC meeting with Manafort in AprilThe committee member though was perplexed — why had Manafort needed Trump’s approval for an expenditure on such an essential part of his campaign and why was the amount so small At that point in an election year past candidates had already begun spending upwards of $80 million on the same thingManafort told Reuters that while it was true most candidates simply signed off on a budget rather than reviewing each expenditure Trump was different because he was partly funding his campaign "I understood it and totally agreed with that approach" Manafort saidLater in the campaign Trump was still agonizing over details In October he insisted on reviewing the script of a radio ad that was to be broadcast on stations with predominantly black audiences according to a source inside the campaignMicromanaging is not necessarily a recipe for disaster — presidents like Abraham Lincoln Carter and Barack Obama gained reputations as micromanagers said Nancy Koehn a professor at Harvard Business School who studies the history of leadership in the United StatesBut Koehn said a micromanager with a lack of any government experience was a potentially toxic combination"I think it is highly likely that diving into areas in which he has very little experience without an extraordinary cast of experts around him will result in poor policy decisions which will have large unintended consequences" she saidOnly two of Trump’s nominees so far have US federal executive branch experience although the lineup does include a state governor several US lawmakers and a former Goldman Sachs executiveDr John Danfulani a former lecturer with the Kaduna State University and outspoken critic of the government of Governor Nasir el-Rufai was on Monday ranted bail after 13 days in prison without trail Danfulani who resigned as a Political Science Lecturer with Kaduna State University KASU after being suspended for “embarrassing” Governor Nasir el-Rufai was on October 27th 2016 arraigned at a Kaduna High Court in a case with reference KDH/KAD/102c/2016 in which he was charged with making “an inciting public statement” in a facebook post he allegedly made in December last year He was charged under section 417 and 418 of the Penal Code Justice Bilkisu Mohammed who presided over the court ordered that Danfulani be remanded in Kaduna prisons until she returns from a seminar on November 7th 2016 after she refused hearing a bail application from Barrister James Kanyip Counsel to Danfulani However Justice Mohammed Monday granted Danfulani bail on conditions that he submits his International Passport and produced two sureties each with a proven landed property in Kaduna The conditions were satisfied and Danfulani was released around 4:15pm to a crowd of relations friends and supporters at the gate of Kaduna prisons Speaking to journalists Kanyip said “There was no justification for keeping my client for 13 days in prison without trail “The offence under which he is charged should not have led to this lengthy remand without bail It is very unfair” On his part Danfulani said: “My experience in prison is a sad one Kaduna prison cannot reform an inmate but would make the person resentful of government and harden him The condition of the prison is not befitting the dignity of any human being” scientists have had a rather unsatisfying answer for both environmentalists and skeptics, Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News Uk news CelebrityPolice arrested the 60-year-old driver,ndsu.

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