Do extreme weather events prove the climate is changing?

Do extreme weather events prove the climate is changing?
World's hottest year ever, UK's coldest May and the worst floods in living memory hit Poland. Signs of climate change or just another day in the (records) office?
This is definitive evidence of climate change in action
You can't pin any single event on climate change
All these breaking records suggest something is changing

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