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This winter confims that one of the many natural temperature cycles is still in place, we had winters like this ten to twelve years ago, it will continue to get a little colder at winter, and then the temperatures will start to rise again.
The global climate has natural warming and cooling. There are studies saying we have sped it up with pollution, then there are studies saying we haven't. I guess it really depends on what you want to believe at this point.
You can't use the weather of any one season or year to make any general statements about climate change. To find climate patterns, you have to compile data over the course of decades or even centuries. This is why climate change, if the global warming people are right, is so scary. By the time that you eventually realize that weather patterns have definitely been altered by human activity, it is too late to do much about it. Waiting around for decades until you have definitive evidence, therefore, is pretty risky.
Yes, most definitely, according to the mass of scientific evidence. The most recent evidence, nicely summarised at http://climateprogress.org, confirms that Arctic sea ice extent is this winter at the lowest it has ever been since records began, and the high temperatures over the last few months in the Canadian Arctic have broken all records for temperature anomalies. The extreme rainfalls and snowfalls over the last few months in parts of the USA, Europe, and now Brazil, Australia, and South Africa are consistent with the increased precipitation and more intense precipitation events forecast by climate scientists as part of global warming. I could go on and on...
by Jim Miller5 years ago
Sitting in my one-armed camp chair this afternoon, enjoying a bourbon laced orange juice, the air temperature was about 65 degrees F under a deep azure blue sky lightly washed with high cirrus clouds. A recon patrol of...
by CMHypno4 years ago
So do you think they are a good idea?http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthn … study.html
by SparklingJewel8 years ago
Founder of the Weather Channel, a former Weatherman speaks on Global Warming.http://www.kusi.com/home/78477082.htmlwhat happened to our science section on hubpages forums?
by sannyasinman7 years ago
Global Cooling and the New World Order ... http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/james … rld-order/
by Jack Lee2 years ago
Recently, Doc Snow and I decided to each create a hub on the topic of "How accurate are climate change predictions." Here are our opposing hubs - http://hubpages.com/education/Climate-C …...
by Dan Harmon8 months ago
Recent studies indicate that even if the Paris Accords are successful, Sydney may find itself with temperatures of 50 degrees (122F). "Major Australian cities, such as Sydney and Melbourne, may experience...
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