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Link: BBC report on the Pope and Climate Change Sceptics

Now is the time to talk about climate change, following advice of the late Dr. Phil Aaron, who said that there are teaching moments which can't be passed up, when people will listen, as a mother-to-be is most attentive to nutrition advice when she is carrying a child soon to be born.

With that in mind, there was a BBC report September 11, 2017, Hurricane Irma: Pope Francis condemns climate change sceptics, which has his views as well as links to Climate Sceptics opinions.

A warning: Don't read if you don't know the story of the Dust Bowl in the United States, or if you don't remember, or if someone hasn't told you, that the danger of fog on KY 55 increased dramatically with a a man-made climate changer, Green River Lake. - EW

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