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April 6, 2014

The climate is changing: how about us?

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This winter the U.K. experienced its most exceptional period of rainfall, flooding and gale force winds in 248 years; more than 80,000 flights were canceled in the U.S.; CA has a drought that may be the most severe in several hundred years. This extreme weather is beginning to impact our planet, our home.

To ignore this report and its findings is a disgrace.

The scientific career of Raymond N. Johnson, Ph.D., spanned 30 years in research and development as an organic/analytical chemist; he is currently founder and director of the Institute of Climate Studies USA (www.ICSUSA.org). Climate Science is published the first Sunday of every month.

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