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Topic review - Climate change in Leeds.
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As far as I understand it climate change means more random shit happening the more energy you release to be stored or reflected back by particulates in the atmosphere.

This summer in Leeds a few weeks ago it was so hot I saw hummingbird moths and Damsel flies then tonight on my way home I could see my own breath it was so cold in July.

That's some weird shit and I'm inclined to favour the scientific explanation rather than the economic excuses for ignoring it.

As a species we're unbelievably lucky. We have a young universe with loads of stars and galaxies readily available to stare at with ever increasing resolution, and a fucking awesome planet from which to view it all. And what are we doing?

In my case I'm having a break from getting stoned playing Neverwinter Nights 2.

Which is very good for its age, it's no Skyrim but it's better than that Dragon Age crap.
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