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Global Warming Making People More Violent

A study published in the journal Science found that extremely hot and dry weather resulted in greater levels of conflict, and posited that for every degree Fahrenheit increase in average temperature, violent crime in the U.S. would rise by 2 to 4 percent. What do you think?

  • “I tend to just want to take a nap.”

    Leonard Hegedus
    Induction Furnace Operator
  • “But the hotter it is the more ice cream trucks there will be!”

    Rob Still
    Dog Pound Attendant
  • “You’re really starting to piss me off.”

    Jayson Pearson
    Dairy Bacteriologist