As China’s Largest Typhoon Strikes, Evidence Of Human-Caused Climate Change Mounts

Forbes: In the South China Sea, the biggest typhoon in 30 years is bearing down on Hong Kong and southeast China’s most populous regions. Waves of 45 feet were reported with wind gusts up to 140 miles per hour. Guangdong province, home to 109 million inhabitants, most of them along the coast, will see around 10 inches of rain between Sunday evening and Monday afternoon. And although the typhoon has lost its “super storm” status since touching ground in Taiwan Saturday, it will go down as the strongest......

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