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Very excited to see our work on the different types of El Niño published today @NatureGeosci showing dramatic changes of El Niño towards more Central and stronger Eastern Pacific El Niño events @unimelb @Monash_Science @uow @anuearthscience @CSIROnews #climatechange @NASA @NOAA
El Niño is one of the most important weather phenomena on Earth & comes in 2 types: warming occuring in the central Pacific vs strong traditional El Niño in the Eastern Pacific. How El Niño will behave with future climate change is an open question. rdcu.be/bAxOG
Using coral records, we show that the number of Central Pacific El Nino events has increased by the end of the 20th century, with fewer but stronger eastern Pacific El Niño events
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1) Sex trafficking may seem like a foreign term or something that only happens overseas, but that’s just not true. Many people still don’t know that it’s happening all around us and that human trafficking is a booming business in Colorado ...

710knus.com/content/all/ch…
2) impacting thousands every day. We must be aware of what it is and looks like, in order to really do something about it. If you’re interested in learning more about it and how you can fight this ...
3) ... evil crime, listen to The Chuck and Julie Show on News/Talk 710KNUS from 2-3pm today to hear an interview with Kristen.
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At dinner, I learned more about corruption + racism built into society by our masters. A book we discussed (Zinn) was used as part of this "Left" resource's bibliography. I had to share. [A thread]

@BlackSocialists - thoughts on this resource?

historyisaweapon.com/indextrue.html
It very simply lays out the case that we are all being controlled. It covers hidden history of the United States including their (and, due to the systems created by our masters, our) racism. 

#racism #systemicracism #history
If you haven't been in school for a while (or are in a terrible school), some of the words might trip you up. Dictionary.com and Wikipedia.org are two good resources to help you.
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