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Planet Earth Has Warmed. So What?

Did you hear about the back-to-back hurricanes that recently wrecked havoc on the state of Hawaii? No? What about the hurricane that devastated Tallahassee, Florida? Scratching your head about that one, are ya? Certainly you know that a windless hurricane is responsible for the massive flooding that struck New Orleans this year. You didn’t know that? What about the wild fires that have been burning in California.
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