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Re: Caribbean, What works and doesn't
Thanks for the articles. Other than the headline, it wasn't very informative.. It just makes a claim and doesn't even say by how much. I've found the citation, which is a brutal read, but I'm on my second pass. It says 15 thousandths of a degree per year and it makes correlation to precipitation rates. It also seems the Caribbean is somewhat unique from general equitorial experience, which is exactly what I was asking. It may even be warming fast than global averages.
I certainly understand the inter-dynamics of these variables. Ironically, I read the 'if you believe in science' retort as a preloaded argument, if anyone even appears not to be at the alter by asking questions. I'm no denier. I'm trying to understand, because I assume we're doomed. I just hope to pull off my retirement plan first.
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