Climate Change…

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heat wavefall leavesI would like to know how people have been so hypnotized by the rhetoric that they cannot even see the ironic wording that is being used to define a problem in the world. Has anyone ever thougt about the term climate change? I might be to simple to understand that based on definition and my understanding is that weather varies from day to day. Even weather predictors have problems defining what weather will do each and every day. There used to be a big joke about the weather predictions on the news thaqt they really could not predict the weather. So in my eys and should be in most people eyes with common sense that Climat Change, HAPPENS!  It Happens! Kinda like $*it!

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The following definitions are take from the Merriam-Webster dictionary website for the words climate and change…….

climate

noun cli·mate \ˈklī-mət\

: a region with particular weather patterns or conditions

: the usual weather conditions in a particular place or region

: the usual or most widespread mood or conditions in a place

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Full Definition of CLIMATE

1
:  a region of the earth having specified climatic conditions
2
a :  the average course or condition of the weather at a place usually over a period of years as exhibited by temperature, wind velocity, and precipitation b :  the prevailing set of conditions (as of temperature and humidity) indoors <a climate-controlled office>
3
:  the prevailing influence or environmental conditions characterizing a group or period :

1change

: to become different

: to make (someone or something) different

: to become something else

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Full Definition of CHANGE

transitive verb
1
a :  to make different in some particular :  alter <never bothered to change the will> b :  to make radically different :  transform <can’t change human nature> c :  to give a different position, course, or direction to
2
a :  to replace with another <let’s change the subject> b :  to make a shift from one to another :  switch <always changes sides in an argument> c :  to exchange for an equivalent sum of money (as in smaller denominations or in a foreign currency) <change a 20-dollar bill> d :  to undergo a modification of <foliage changing color> e :  to put fresh clothes or covering on <change a bed>
intransitive verb
1
:  to become different <her mood changes every hour>
2
of the moon :  to pass from one phase to another
3
:  to shift one’s means of conveyance :  transfer <on the bus trip he had to change twice>
4
of the voice :  to shift to lower register :  break
5
:  to undergo transformation, transition, or substitution <winter changed to spring>
6
:  to put on different clothes <need a few minutes to change for dinner>
7
:  exchange, switch <neither liked his seat so they changed with each other>
chang·ernoun

change hands

:  to pass from the possession of one owner to that of another <money changes hands many times>
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