Too hot not to notice?
<p><span class="inline inline-left"><img src="http://www.energybulletin.net/sites/default/files/images/TXTornadoesDots-feat.thumbnail.jpg" alt="" title="" class="image image-thumbnail" width="100" height="56" /></span>New data released last month by researchers at Yale and George Mason universities show that a lot of Americans are growing far more concerned about climate change, precisely because they're drawing the links between freaky weather, a climate kicked off-kilter by a fossil-fuel guzzling civilization, and their own lives. After a year with a record number of multi-billion dollar weather disasters, seven in ten Americans now believe that "global warming is affecting the weather."</p>
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