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edited September 2016 in Announcements and FAQ
We've launched! A big thank you to everyone who helped in the early stages. A warm welcome to everyone who visits. I hope you stay a while and make this the friendliest place on the Internet to talk climate. Aiming high   =)  

Don't be shy about asking questions or starting a discussion. There are some links in the sidebar to get you started. 

The genesis of this is that i've been thinking for some time (as I wrote on the blog and Facebook) that there are oodles of weather discussion boards, and lots of climate blogs, and some people like Facebook and Twitter. However there aren't too many options for people who aren't bloggers but who occasionally want to write something about climate change at the time they think of it, and chat about it with other people.

HotWhopper Chat was conceived as a place where people with a common interest in climate change can develop a real sense of community - a climate community, that they can own. A place where everyone can feel welcome, from scientist to complete climate newbie.

Enjoy the forum.


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