Letters: Global warming evidence all around

Dear Editor,

I’m curious to know where Roland Seguin [Global warming lucrative con, Sept. 18 Letters, Langley Advance] gets his facts from?

Does he not inform himself before opining about global warming?

Has he not noticed that the Golden Ears are not snow-capped year round, as in the past?

Has he not noticed the amount of floods on the planet?

Something is happening. Weather patterns are becoming more destructive, possibly due to the amount of melting of ice caps around the world.

And now the snow on Mount Everest, the tallest mountain on the planet, is melting as we live on in our lives.

It’s too bad that there are people out there like Mr. Seguin who don’t inform themselves before spewing misinformation.

Ian Hunter, Langley

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