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For Those Who Don't Believe in Global Warming And/or Climate Change

Posted on the 10 February 2019 by Morage @kebmebms

For any out there who may still not believe in or accept that the planet is warming and that human activity is having a large role in all of it, please read on. For starters, this winter, this was the middle of last month, January, while much of our nation was in a deep freeze.
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Australia heatwave reaches it peak with record temperatures


Australia suffers through searing temperatures


Australia's Heat Wave Is Taking A Toll On People, Animals


Dozens of wild horses die of thirst in Australia's heatwave


Australia: Heat Wave Causes Overheated Bat Die-Off


Hundreds of flying foxes die in searing Australian heat


Naturally, it wasn't simply Australia that was blistering hot, either.

Heat wave scorches Southern Hemisphere with record-shattering temps


Still Australia, this article posted 6 days ago, as if the heat and their losses from it weren't enough.

20,000 homes feared lost in Australia floods


Remember last Summer and the record California wildfires?

California Wildfire Insurance Claims Total $11.4 Billion


We're very familiar with the Polar Vortex that effected so much of our nation in the last few weeks.
Making Sense of the Polar Vortex and Record Cold on a Feverish Planet
This is taking place presently.
Winter storm dumps record snow on Seattle, Pacific Northwest with more to come
Seattle normally gets 0.7 inches of snow per year. A few weeks ago, they got nearly 2 inches. Now, today, they got another 10 inches and as the headline shows, they are apparently going to get still more. Seattle wasn't alone, of course.

Yakima gets 10 inches of snow in winter blast


Then there's the overall picture.

2018 was 4th hottest year on record for the globe


This year is no better and we're not even 1/4 of the way into it..

2019 may be the warmest year on record


Then that's having predictable effects, of course.

Arctic permafrost is melting faster than predicted


Arctic sea ice is vanishing far faster than anyone thought


Finally, if that all isn't enough on our planet, there is this. When all else is deniable or ignored, there is the CO2, the carbon dioxide levels in our planet's atmosphere that comes from what we humans are pumping into it.
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Let's do something before it's too late. 
Some things.
How about it?


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