Death On Our Doorstep — Thanks Exxon-Mobil

Published July 1, 2021 by Nan Mykel

Our lovely Earth and our babies born today…

Filosofa's Word

The average temperature in much of British Columbia, Canada, in the month of July is a comfortable 73° (F) or 23° (C).  Earlier this week, still in June, the temperature in parts of British Columbia reached 121.28° (F), or 49.6° (C).  Nearly fifty degrees hotter than the average July temperature before it’s even July!  I don’t know about you, but I cannot imagine being in temps over 100°, let alone 121°!!!  In the U.S., Oregon and Washington experienced the same heat wave with crushing, debilitating temperatures.  Why?  C’mon folks, think about it … you know why and so do I … this is exactly what scientists have been warning us about for decades … this is the global warming that half the people in this country say is a hoax.  Well, guess what, climate deniers?  The state of Oregon reported 63 deaths attributed to the heat wave that finally broke…

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