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Right on !
originally posted by: Skorpiogurl
So this wasn't climate change - yay for those in denial.
The climate has been changed as a result of this event.
It doesn't matter. Our house is in disarray and it has been for a while, and it will get worse unless everyone can agree and make some real changes.
Here's is what I can't understand about climate change. Why are people so against it? I mean even if everything about climate change is false, isn't it still a great idea to take care of our environment? And yes, the Earth will always take care of itself that's true, but don't we want to at least try to keep our home clean and uncluttered while we are here? If we had taken good care of the Earth can you imagine how beautiful it would be and how awesome our relationship with it would be?
It's stupid. It's like people talking about how utterly devastated they are about the loss of over half a million animals and ordering steak for dinner. Wake the # up people.
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
24 people actually charged with lighting fires
Kinda looks like this op belongs in the hoax bin.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: daftpink
I don't think you get how it is in the US either.
Our cities are much more sprawled, our states, just states, are larger than many European nations. We have more distance to go than you do.
Compare Kansas to UK. The entire UK is narrower across than my drive from Kansas City to visit my parents.
The headmaster at the private school we sent my son to for two years on a shoestring with aid was from Scotland. He talked about taking a trip to Dodge city which might be like driving from the very tip of the widest part of the Southern end of the isle to opposite tip of the Southern end, roughly.
Distances matter. Our cities are more sprawled because they can be.