3 ways to tackle climate change through energy innovation

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    Green organizations and world governments are spending BILLIONS per year on climate change research and education. I think they have the spending and media advantage. Care to address any of the actual data and observations I've posted in this thread?
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    While extreme temperature records in and of themselves don't prove trends, isn't it interesting that the most recent continental extreme temp record is a COLD record from 1983? The most recent extreme heat record is from way back in 1977, a time when we were being warmed about global cooling.

    Four of the seven extreme heat records are 1942 or earlier. The North American extreme heat hasn't been bested since 1913.

    Seems ironic that during the current "unprecedented" warming trend, there have been no continental extreme heat records...hmmm!

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    Fact: 97% of CO2 emissions are from natural causes!
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    Lol. Horrible comparison. Apples and oranges.

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