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Impacts: Catastrophic Weather

Super powerful hurricanes, fueled by warmer ocean temperatures are the ‘smoking-gun’ of global warming. Since 1970, the number of category 4 and 5 events has risen sharply. Hurricane Katrina, in September of 2005 almost became a category 6 event. Human activities are adding an alarming amount of pollution to the earth’s atmosphere causing catastrophic shifts in weather patterns. These shifts will cause severe heat, floods and worse.

Alarm over dramatic weakening of Gulf Stream
Ian Sample, science correspondent · (the Guardian | 1 Dec 2005)
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Study Links Hurricanes to Global Warming
Amanda Gardner · (Forbes.com | 15 Sep 2005)
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North America, Gulf Coast – Super Hurricanes on stereroids
SGW · (StopGlobalWarming.org | 16 Nov 2005)
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