Loading the climate dice

I lived just across Lake Champlain from where I now call home for three years in the late 80s. Our house on Plattsburgh Air Force Base (base housing) sat atop a bluff overlooking the lake. I remember watching the lake freeze over in early winter as well as the comings and goings of wildlife visiting Crab Island due east from us. My home here in Vermont is at virtually the same latitude as that house at Plattsburgh was, yet the weather is markedly different. It’s warmer, much warmer. I can’t imagine living in Georgia again. That’s where Monica and I started our 31-year marriage. Read what columnist Paul Krugman has to say about this whole climate change thing.

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