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Very funny. Then all move to your Great Lakes, then want jobs , infrastructure, energy and industrial businesses, then all that is quickly built and then your lovely Great Lakes area is simply becoming a contaminated desert within a very few months. I guess you don’t really want all that for you, extended family or anyone else.

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Scientists say extreme weather across the world has become more frequent due to climate change, and will likely grow more intense as global temperatures rise.

And other scientists say the opposite.

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And other scientists say the opposite.

What other scientists? based on what evidence?

You keep bringing those supposed scientists but then can never reference them, that strongly indicate this is not a real argument.

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