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This planet has, and always will continue to go through catastrophic climatic changes. There have been 5 mass extinctions already in the history of our planet – none of them caused by man. Just as our orbit around the sun affects our weather and climate over the course of a year, our 250 million year orbit around our galaxy affects our climate, let alone factoring in the suns sun’s activity cycles. Scientists aren’t refuting the fact that the planet’s climate goes through warming and cooling cycles.
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