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    Re: Is it too late to avoid catastrophe?

    Quote Originally Posted by Atheist 2020 View Post
    Cameroon gets there storms from the Indian Ocean were half the year is the wet season and the other as the dry season. Only Hawaii has a wet and dry season. The mainland United States does not have a climate like that. All ready we are seeing the affects of climate change in California. Little rain and snow, and hotter at a earlier time then before.
    Sorry, but Cameroon is on the Atlantic, not the Indian Ocean. It's wet all year. And there's no identifiable climate change effect in California.
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