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Donate to our fundraiser for the NSW Rural Fire Service & Brigades

The disastrous bushfires in Australia continue. Millions of acres have been scorched, 28 people have died, and hundreds of millions of animals have perished. This is the worst fire in the history of the continent.

Anton Skarlatov, founding director of Fantastic Services, has started a fundraiser to support the NSW Rural Fire Service & Brigades. If you are able to help, then you can donate here. Every dollar counts and the time to act is now!

Australia is burning! Millions of animals have perished. People are losing their homes 😢. Join us in helping the NSW…

Posted by Fantastic Services on Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Does climate change have something to do with it?

In the meantime, you might be wondering whether climate change is to blame for this catastrophe. You surely have friends who are sceptical about global warming and you surely know somebody who is an avid supporter of Greta Thunberg. Well, here’s the thing: we are unable to debate you about climate. You know why?

Because we are not climate scientists.

Here is the criteria a person needs to meet to become a Professor of Climate Science:

  • 4-year Bachelor of Science at University
  • followed by a Master’s degree (1 or 2 more years)
  • then a Doctorate (4 to 8 years) focused on a specific area of science
  • followed by a Post-Doctorate (4 to 8 years) focused on a specific area of science

If you have friends who do not meet these criteria and deny climate change because they have “done the research”, then you should probably listen to somebody who is a bit more qualified to give their opinion about the matter.

And it just so happens that today the scientific community is speaking in unison about climate change. We have been placing the brightest minds among us in academia for centuries. There are people who have dedicated their lives to studying climate. Now is the time to listen to what they have to say and take action.

  • Last update: January 16, 2020

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