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The simple reason why climate change is affecting hurricanes

Much ink has been spilled over the relationship between these strong hurricanes and climate change, but a fairly straightforward equation indicates a direct connection between the two. A GOES satellite image showing Hurricane Irma in the Atlantic Ocean. The storm is a category 5 hurricane with...
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