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Jay Clark
Jay Clark

Are there any 'shots from space' that show the comparisons year by year.  I would love to see if there were noticeable differences & if more 'cared' to participate.

LEA BROWNING
LEA BROWNING

my LIGHTS WIll be off.....I want my kids to have grandchildren and so on.....have a better earth enviroment. 

Michael Roussel
Michael Roussel

I'll be sure to turn on all my lights and electric appliances at precisely 8:30PM tonight.  Anthropomorphic Global Climate Change is debatable at best, and an elitist fraud akin to clairvoyance perpetrated on an ignorant and indifferent public at worst. 

To Post
To Post

@Michael Rousselis another "conservative" wasting energy and denying science.  When I was a conservative it meant that you were thrifty, conserved resources, and despised all waste.  Now that they love waste and despise science, I had to become a liberal. Deniers deserve all the ridicule they get.  Science is real!

Gary Scott
Gary Scott

@Michael Roussel Big words don't make your statements more intelligent...especially when they contradict the findings of the nearly every single respectable climatologist of the 20th and 21st century. Troll somewhere else, perhaps?

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