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#27 - anonymous (05/14/2013) [-]
I find it kind of weird how we're experiencing the most severe climate changes ever recording in these past 5 years, and yet nobody thinks there's an actual problem with accumulation of greenhouse gases and ozone layer holes. It isn't ******* normal to see snow half across the mid U.S in early May.
User avatar #35 to #27 - alfjnn ONLINE (05/14/2013) [-]
The hole in the ozone has actually been shrinking.
#33 to #27 - sweetsolitude (05/14/2013) [-]
People won't give a **** until they're in direct danger, such as if they look out the window and notice that their neighbor's house is flooded/has a crowd of homeless eco-refugees camping in the front yard.

And even if you're not convinced it exists, if there's a chance of it happening, wouldn't it be best to do something in case you were wrong and it does happen? But of course, people think they're never wrong.

The picture was taken in China at night. Their pollution is that bad.
#49 to #33 - anonymous (05/14/2013) [-]
This is of Florida, hurricanes are extremely common and do this to at least one town a year. Every year. Since the continents split. Doesn't even matter if the hurricane is low or high grade, or if you're in a low or high risk area. And even if the hurricane IS low grade, it just sucks up all the water around it and gains a grade. Because it's a swamp by the ocean.

Welcome to swamp sand, where below sea level is everywhere and everywhere below sea level is ****** annually. Anyone who lives on the beach deserves their untimely death.

Global warming has about... nothing at all to do with it.
User avatar #55 to #49 - sweetsolitude (05/16/2013) [-]
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The author is in Beijing, and took the picture himself.
#44 to #33 - zombiealah (05/14/2013) [-]
So bad you got ghosts?
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