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The climate has always changed periodically

I often wonder if climate change is just another delusion.

After some terrible hay-saving summers in the 1950s and 1960s, the climate changed in 1968, and we got some beautiful summers until 1986, when the climate changed again and we were back to the usual, horrible, damp summers.

The climate is always changing and always did change.

Thomas Herlihy

Oakfront

Newtown

Charleville

Co. Cork

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