The global warming epidemic led to an increase in the anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere. Their conclusive outcome highly contradicted those of (Dole et al.) they stated that they used information gathered from a large ensemble recreation experiment encompassing an atmospheric and general circulation replica to exhibit that there is no substantive challenge between the two papers. In other words, the same event can occur as a result of internal generation in stipulations of magnitude and external drives in provisions of occurrence probability. The distinction in the conclusions of the papers indicates the significance of accurate and concise specifications of the questions asked in addressing the issue in the context of acknowledgment of individual weather patterns to the external drivers of climate change.
There were speculations that there are contradictory explanations in answering the question of whether the heat wave occurred naturally or the extent of the anthropogenic gas emissions directed the cause. However, given the statistical data cumulated where 55,000 people lost their lives, a drop in the annual crop production by 25%, and an overall loss in the economy of an approximated 15billion dollar prompted the investigation of an answer to the society. The heat wave began at the start of July and reached its record temperatures late July and the temperatures started decreasing in August. August 19th was the last break in the high heat. The persistence posed by the anomalous high temperatures extending over a month was likely due to a jamming state of affairs not uncommon in these areas. In 2010, the blocking soaring was immensely persistent and intense accompanied by temperatures 50C above the normal mean.