Texas Tech University

According to Katharine Hayhoe, the director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University and also an evangelical christian, a "thermometer is not Democrat or Republican."

Every season in Texas has been warming since the 1950s, and we can deduce that a warmer atmosphere means more water will evaporate out of water sources, like oceans, lakes, and streams. So, when a storm hits, "there's more water vapor for those storms to pick up today, than there would've been 50 or 100 years ago."

"Those facts are not political. That's just science. What is political, though, are the solutions to climate change."

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