The Climate Crisis: Myths vs Realities by Kent Taylor, January 13, 2021

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On January 13, 2021, from 1:00-2:00, Kent Taylor will present The Climate Crisis: Myths vs Realities.

Mr. Kent Taylor explores the rationale and various excuses offered up by those who feel our climate is not at risk from global warming. He examines the most frequent myths purveyed by those who deny the existence of human caused global warming and uses science and common sense to debunk these myths. Mr. Taylor may be contacted at

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Zoom Program Information

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We look forward to seeing you at the program. Yes, we will see each other unless you opt out of your video. Your audio will be turned off by the host/program speaker. Questions to the speaker can be typed in the chat bar. These will be answered at the end of the program.


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