Hate speech on social networks increases when temperatures become extreme

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By Souvik Banerjee / Unsplash Climate change could be increasing the frequency of hateful posts on Twitter. While the link between the two might not necessarily seem obvious, researchers have found that, in the United States, increases in hate speech on the social network coincide with days when it is either too hot or too cold. Climate change could be increasing the frequency of hateful posts on Twitter. While the link between the two might not necessarily seem obvious, researchers have found that, in the United States, increases in hate speech on the social network coincide with days when it…

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