Here’s some anecdotal evidence for climate change that is based on recent personal experience and is completely unscientific: On July 9, we had to find a man with a chainsaw in a hurry after an intense thunderstorm blew a huge tree across the driveway of our cabin in the mountains of North Carolina, blocking the car the night before we were planning to leave. Fortunately, it turns out everyone who lives in the High Country has a chainsaw. Then, less than two weeks later, another ...


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