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Dear Michael in the future,

Dear me of tomorrow. The wildfires today kills plants and trees and that creates less oxygen and that is bad for the environment. Also, it creates more CO2 and that traps more heat in the atmosphere and then global warming starts and it then that makes more wildfires and also it will melt more ice caps and then less heat will bounce back into space and then more heat won’t even be able to escape and it will repeat forever. If we don’t try to use fewer fossil fuels, we will end the earth and everything on it. I will make sure to make myself use renewable energy instead of fossil fuels so I can help the earth.

Sincerely.

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