Here's the professor training his boxing kangaroo called Weather.
The way I like to think about it is to think of weather as a boxer throwing punches at us. Over history, weather has always thrown these punches at us – in Brisbane we had floods in 1974, and in the late 1800s we had floods that went through Brisbane as well. So there’s always been these punches coming at us, but what we’re doing now with global warming is like training the boxer to throw harder and faster punches at us.
John Cook, Skeptical Science
You could say we're not just training Weather, we are also giving him a different feedmix – one with more carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone.