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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Is Spot On Talking About Climate Change And Your New Beachfront Property

Ever since modern society began to form, we've treated Earth ... not well. And in recent years, we've started to realize — and in even more recent years, started to accept — that things are going to get pretty bad for us in the next several decades. Here Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the good news (Earth will survive!) and the bad news (sorry, humans!) and lays out the facts that should guide us toward fixing things before it's too late. Because there's still time. So let's make things better, OK?

Neil DeGrasse Tyson Is Spot On Talking About Climate Change And Your New Beachfront Property

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Eviction seemed imminent for Dasha Kelly, 32, and her three young daughters Sharron, 8; Kia, 6; and Imani, 5, on Monday. The eviction moratorium expired over the weekend and it looked like there was no way for them to avoid becoming homeless.

The former Las Vegas card dealer lost her job due to casino closures during the pandemic and needed $2,000 to cover her back rent. The mother of three couldn't bear the thought of being put out of her apartment with three children in the scorching Nevada desert.

"I had no idea what we were going to do," Kelly said, according to KOAT.

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