By Samuel Burke, CNN
Superstorm Sandy is a sign of more things to come, says climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer.
He's been studying climate change for three decades and is a geoscience professor at Princeton University, but superstorm Sandy stunned even him.
“I knew it could happen. But until it happens to you, and hits you on the head, you don't really fully appreciate what it's like to be in a situation like this.”
Oppenheimer lives in the area of lower Manhattan still experiencing a blackout.
“I went down to the coast before the storm peaked to watch the seas rising. And even though we've predicted stuff like this in the past, it was a shock to me to see it.” FULL POST