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More Climate Misinformation and Factual Errors in the Seattle Times. Should You Care?

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Anyway, the decline of science coverage and the move to climate-change advocacy at the Seattle Times has not been in the best interest of anyone, particularly the Times.  They are misinforming the public.  Global warming is a serious issue that requires a fact and a science-based response.   

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