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Fair Warning - Climate change, lottery wins and ...emo (//_^)

Hello! It is Sunday, which means another Fair Warning newsletter!
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Fair Warning - Climate change, lottery wins and ...emo (//_^)
By Sophie Warnes • Issue #60 • View online
Hello! It is Sunday, which means another Fair Warning newsletter!

On the home front
We’ve just gone past 30th August which was the most popular wedding date from 1995-2015. Nice heat map of all dates, there.
While I have heard multiple times that domestic violence incidents go up when big football matches are on, I haven’t ever seen it in a graph so stark (source):
Over the pond
How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born?
Money Really Does Lead to a More Satisfying Life
I’m a big fan of Chris Hadfield (I read his book a couple of years ago and love his relentlessly optimistic outlook), and he tweeted a great video which shows, quite clearly, how the planet’s temperature has changed in the last century and a half. For all you climate change sceptics ;)
Me listening to emo music
Me listening to emo music
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That’s all for this week! I’m planning on writing a couple of things myself if I can just find the time, so keep a look out for those.
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