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The Conversation: “More people die in winter than summer, but climate change may see this reverse”

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An uncomfortable truth for climate alarmists is winter deaths, even in a warm country like Australia, far outstrip Summer deaths. Humans are tropical apes – our bodies do not cope well with cold weather.

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