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Mar 25, 2013

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Phoenix Woman

Sinkholes start collapsing when normally-wet areas dry out. Since the entire state, like most of the nation, has been in a drought of varying severity for most of the past decade, this shouldn't be surprising. But it's yet another climate-change dot that the denialists don't want us to connect to any other climate-change dot.

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