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Calamities Show that Ultimately God Controls the Climate By Ronald P. Millett

Severe calamities are predicted to come as part of the last days by the Lord’s prophets. Many scientists predict using computer climate models that the increase in carbon dioxide emissions from man’s use of fossil fuels will destabilize the climate.

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