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Planet hottest in 115,000 years

Planet hottest in 115,000 years

(14:44) Global temperatures have reached levels not seen in 115,000 years, according to a new study by climatologist James Hanson. Jimmy Dore and the studio discuss. Guardian story

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (498 days ago)
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How about creating super-fast growing rot-resistant GM trees with CRISPR for use as building materials, rebuild the world in wood, and lock up the carbon in our infrastructure.

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How about creating super-fast growing rot-resistant GM trees with CRISPR for use as building materials, rebuild the world in wood, and lock up the carbon in our infrastructure.

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Maxwell1956 Maxwell1956 (499 days ago)

Dr. Suzuki was right...and the next generation will pay for it. Thanks corporate owned media.

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Dr. Suzuki was right...and the next generation will pay for it. Thanks corporate owned media.

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