How Climate Change Became a Political Issue
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Posted by The man from snowy plains (-122) one month ago
They why hasn't nuclear power plants been built the last 40 years. Check and verifi your sources. Carbon has many more sources than energy.
Get out and drive around the Rocky Mountains. This local drought is just that. NORTH Eastern Montana. NORTH and SOUTH DAKOTA, most of Wyoming and Colorado have lush grass and ample water.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+1315) one month ago
Local?! The distance from where I live, the Flathead Valley, is almost as far from Miles City as Texas! WE are now having drought conditions with frequent Red Flag warnings and fires all over the place.

During the previous fall, winter, and spring we HAD abundant moisture. Record rains in the fall, tons of snow all winter and then a wet spring. Once summer hit, poof! I can't think of the last significant rain we've had.

There is now no significant precipitation predicted for at least the next two weeks.

Get your head out of your behind, snowy!
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+13210) one month ago
Here is what really happened.

http://environment.yale.e...Report.pdf
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