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Global Warming in a Nutshell

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Earth Day

For Earth Day weekend we’re republishing this great summary originally posted on Skeptical Science of the science and evidence of global warming.

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Comments

  1. The section on weather vs climate was good and your last paragraph on “who to ask” was magic. It seems everyone is an expert nowadays, especially politicians. As of late, a few staunch republicans, who happen to be climate scientists have been speaking out. I cheer then all the way: A conservative environmentalist, it’s not an oxymoron. Why can’t a person love and respect our planet and all the while support lower taxes and less government, etc.?
    But most of all, I loved (Big Time) the photo at the beginning of this article. I pined it on my Pinterest board.

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