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The Big Bang theory may be a popular TV show but it’s not exactly a safe bet.

A new study from Northwestern University has found that the popular series is more likely to be disrupted by climate change than other shows, and that people who watch it are likely to suffer from respiratory illnesses.

The study examined the impact of climate change on TV programs over the past decade, and looked at the impact on the average viewership of the shows.

According to the study, the number of viewers who watched the show rose by about 7% when the season began in January 2010, but fell by 12% by March 2017.

According the study published in the journal PLOS One, this trend appears to be due to a number of factors, including climate change, the presence of people who are not well-adapted to the harsh climate and people who were more exposed to the climate than others.

“We are seeing the effects of climate changes in our society,” lead author David DeAngelo, a researcher at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, told CNN.

“It’s not just that we are seeing more air pollution and air quality impacts, but it also is an effect of climate.”

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“We’re seeing the impacts of climate issues in our industry,” said David Deangelo, lead author of the study.

“It’s less likely that you’re going to have an event where people will come together in a group and they’ll get together and do something, but the more people who participate, the more the problem gets worse.”

According to DeAngelo’s study, air pollution was the most common factor in the decline in viewership.

“People who live in the South are more susceptible to asthma and COPD,” he said.

“They tend to live in warmer, more humid areas, so their respiratory systems are more stressed and they are more likely than others to have air pollution problems.”

The study found that climate change also contributed to the decrease in viewership of “The Big Band of the Future.”

“It was the presence in the climate change,” DeAngelo said.

“In the tropics, it’s really dry and it’s a bit humid, so people tend to get sick.”

“There’s no question that climate changes have a negative impact on people’s ability to get around in a car and to drive safely,” Deangelo added.

The researchers found that, overall, climate change is the most likely cause of the decline.

“In terms of the climate effects on the shows, climate-related effects were more likely in winter, but were also more likely during summer and fall,” De Angelo said.

For example, the study found the show “The Great American Bands” experienced an overall decline of 8% during its second season.

“This is an example of what you could expect from the effects that climate-change can have on our lives,” De-Angelo said in a press release.

“But there’s also an impact on health care as well.””

In a follow-up study, DeAngelo and his colleagues examined the effect of the show’s climate change over the previous year.””

But there’s also an impact on health care as well.”

In a follow-up study, DeAngelo and his colleagues examined the effect of the show’s climate change over the previous year.

“The results show that climate events have a major impact on TV ratings,” DeMarco said.

The research team found that “The Boomerang” fell by 8% in its second year, and “The Amazing Race” saw a similar decline.

The report noted that the climate was also a factor in “The Walking Dead,” which has a reputation for unpredictability.

“Our study suggests that climate impacts on TV are more frequent in the summer months, when people are most exposed to climate change.

However, the climate impacts for this season are also the most severe, so there is also an additional factor at work,” Devilleo said.

According a report by The Associated Press, the show was also impacted by the drought in California in May 2016.

The AP reported that the drought forced many shows to cancel their appearances.

According it, the series was cancelled for its fourth season in January.

The scientists study has been criticized by some.

The group of scientists found that most climate-based effects were due to the presence and proximity of air pollution, and air pollution alone is not enough to cause health problems.

According Deangelo’s study the main factor that affected the show most was “the fact that air pollution in the troposphere is the biggest factor in climate change.”