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Pavlov’s Humans

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Climate Whiplash In 1950

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Arctic Melting Twice As Fast As The Rest Of The Planet

“Now onto something that not only shows how … much we humans have impacted our environment. This is a comparison shot of the same place in the Arctic. The first was taken in 1917 and the second in 2020. They … Continue reading

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January 26, 1950 – One Of The Most Extreme Days On Record

On January 26, 1950 the US had a temperature range of 153 degrees. It was 96F at Rio Grande City, Texas and -57F at Chester, Montana. The coldest temperature in Texas was 4F, so that state had a spread of … Continue reading

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North Dakota Senator Wants To Make The State Colder

GOP senator from North Dakota wants to tackle climate change : NPR Apparently -37F isn’t cold enough for his tastes, and he believes the solution is to make energy unaffordable and unavailable. Bone-chilling cold grips Red River Valley; Fargo ties … Continue reading

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I’m From The Government And I’m Here To Help

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$9.2 Trillion Per Year To Save The World

In order to save the planet from a one part per ten thousand increase in atmospheric CO2 over the past century, we need to spend almost a quadrillion dollars over the next century.

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Cold Is The New Hot

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Carl Sagan’s Forecast From 1995

“I have a foreboding of an America in my children’s or grandchildren’s time — when the United States is a service and information economy; when nearly all the manufacturing industries have slipped away to other countries; when awesome technological powers … Continue reading

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April 11, 1965 Tornado Outbreak

On April 11, 1965 hundreds of people died in tornadoes in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin and Arkansas. There was also severe flooding in the Midwest. 12 Apr 1965, Page 1 – The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune at Newspapers.com 12 … Continue reading

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