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Climate change is totes a hoax, right?

According to some people, it has always been a hoax.

But recent evidence continues to point toward a conclusion that the global climate is changing at an even faster rate than before.


Evidence for climate change is staggering. From consistent polar vortexes every winter to a piece of the Antarctic ice shelf the size of Manhattan having melted already, the signs are unmistakable and everywhere.






In the most recent example of "climate change is absolutely real you clods," Colorado faced back to back days from completely conflicting seasons.

First came the warm day.





But the promise of warmth was marred by a snow forecast.

Most people couldn't believe it:






But come the snow did.





The midwest was afflicted with blizzard conditions as far north as the Dakotas and Minnesota, and as far east as Nebraska.

Over one thousand flights were canceled because of the storm, which brought winds over 100 mph to the people affected.

And once any built up snow melts, the already flooded rivers, responsible for millions of dollars worth of loss and damages in the midwest this season, may flood even further.






Should climate change be allowed to progress, it will continue to bring on catastrophic disasters like this.

Sometimes, all at once.

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