On the effect of dandruff on climate

Date:March 30, 2007 / year-entry #112
Orig Link:https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/oldnewthing/20070330-00/?p=27423
Comments:    4
Summary:The Improbable Research blog alerted me to a news report on the effect of dandruff and other cellular material on climate (full report).

Comments (4)
  1. GregM says:

    I’m getting a 404 for the “alerted me to” link.

    [Fixed. I guess they deleted their old blog. -Raymond]
  2. Gabe says:

    It’s nice to know that using a dandruff shampoo can help save the planet.

  3. Spire says:

    Dandruff? Really? How anti-climatic.

  4. Steve says:

    Heh… at first I thought this was going to be a satire of news articles that mistake correlation for causation (e.g., "Studies show people with dandruff are 50% more likely to have experienced dry weather!")

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