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My Take On Climate Change

I haven’t noticed any changes in our climate, maybe because we live in the city and I don’t really travel much. I have noticed that it hardly snows anymore or when it does it’s late in the winter season. We don’t get the snow-white Christmas like we used to do. I don’t really concern myself with climate change as I’ll be long gone before any of the severely negative effects take place. I’m not going to go out of my way to litter or actively make the world worse, but I’m not going to do much to fix it either.

I believe a good solution to climate change is to privatize the field of science, and let people control their own property. Government and public interference puts a stranglehold on what innovators can create and discover because there are several rules and regulations in place that slow the progress of research and development. This may include ground-breaking and revolutionary inventions that may directly or indirectly solve climate change.

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