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  • Appaloosa

    Every time a weather event happens it's climate change. Cold snaps, climate change, hot, climate change, dry, climate change, fires, climate change, flooding, climate change, disease, climate change, Brexit, climate change.

    The list goes on and on. It does nothing but turn people away from the very real fact that the climate is changing, that human activity does have a role to play, and that we should be responsible for the footprint we leave in the process.

    • Project2501

      On more conservative/anti-MSM websites, this type of analysis is being shared about Harvey.

      People want to work on protecting cities from climate change/extreme weather events? Don't rely on mayors/actors/anyone that might confuse oceans with the atmosphere to relay the information. Go to bat for NASA's data collection, talk about the infrastructure needed for the once in a century events that already are known to occur, promote and share the primary sources that journalists allude to in their scientific "reporting".

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