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IN BRIEF: If all Californian houses had cool roofs, it could more than halve the number of times someone is exposed to heat waves conditions in 2050.

These are the findings of a study by the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

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  1. Once again, experts failed to clearly disclose the difference between speculation based theory and established science. The models that generate the alleged improvements include assumptions which may or may not be accurate. A scientist with integrity would offer a clearer explanation of of the uncertainty of the underlying assumptions.