The main reason I'm asking this question is down in the South we normally start wearing winter coats in the month of September, and we stop wearing our coats sometime in the month of April. However this past year we didn't start wearing our winter coats until the month of October, and we were still wearing our winter coats in the month of May. It looks like all of a sudden this year weather changes were somehow effected, and the seasons of the year shifted up one whole month.
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Proof that it exists please. I want to actually SEE it happening, because I don't see it happening on a global baisis, only in people's minds.
Because where there were once glaciers, there aren't any more. Temperatures are trending upward at an alarming rate. It's really that simple.
On occasion there may be a cold snap, but it's a false equivalency. The overall trends are still way up.
Your observations are valid and very reasonable and as you indicate not easy to prove.
umm in the 1970's carbon emmisdions came under great scrutiny and factories and cars have changed drastically to makie the air much better. There are domes...cities that are under these domes, but that does not mean the whole globe is under 1.
Ha! we agree on something. It is a scam! Ppl do not learn about the wheater, they would rather someone tell them about it and they do not pay attention to the cycles that happen all the time and will forever on this planet.
More concrete and fewer trees. Our trees help keep down the greenhouse gases, and we are cutting down forests at an alarming rate. Thanks for pointing this out.
You all do not look hard enough. There are many who are re-planting billions of trees and using solar as their main power source and many other things that you are not looking at.
Yes trees are replanted but it is years before they reach a maturity level that is effective and many of those are planted by paper companies and there is a constant harvesting. Solar is getting more credit than deserved. Power Plants still needed
but we ae not Venus and we aren't that close to the sun or that far from it.
Venus is in the sun's habitable zone, just like Earth is, meaning that we could still survive on Earth if it were as close to the sun as Venus is. We would have more arid desert zones, but Greenland would be amaaaaazing.
There have been hellish places on this Earth that have turned to greenish places and vice versa. It will always change and I kind of like it here they way it is. I see the vast amounts of land and seas that we have not even touched yet.