'Climate change denier' who lives in Hoboken changes mind
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HOBOKEN -- Political activist Yotam Marom lives in Hoboken and says that standing in deep water in Hoboken during Hurricane Sandy was the deciding factor in a change of heart regarding global warming.

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July 30, 2013
This is such nonsense. Sandy had nothing to do with global warming. No specific storm can be attributed to global warming, as scientists say. There have been warnings for decades that the big one would someday hit the NY area and do untold damage. The inevitable finally happened--and at high tide with a full moon, to boot. If this guy wants to believe that the earth is warming and that this might have bad effects, fine. There is some support for that, though for me the evidence seems weak and two-thirds of scientists agree with me on that. (That 97% number is warmist propaganda--the real number is around one-third.) But don't cite Sandy for your conversion to the global warming faith. It doesn't help your case.