What are 2 subsidiary questions for my essential question? Essential Question: How does global warming affect humans?
- 3 weeks ago
Some people use the terms “climate change” and “global warming” ... “Worldwide, since 1880 the average surface temperature has risen about 1° C (about 2° F), ... in the relative near-term, we admit – there's no question that it will make ... at the expense of other essential nutrients human beings
- DaroLv 73 weeks ago
Why does it fall along political ideological lines?
Why do idiot-liberals ALWAYS sucker into the most ridiculous schemes? Like Demokkkrats handing out free stuff for their votes and American made GLobal Warming, everyone has to sacrifice ....except Gore and his ilk. They can get rich off it.
What kindof idiot puts faith in people like these guys?
- CowboyLv 63 weeks ago
1. Why does it send both the petrochemical industry and the entire republican party into such vehement denial?
2. What are the connections between big oil and republicans?
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Yes I am sure of it.
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- $@!ar W!ndLv 63 weeks ago
When there is a Solar Grand Maximum cycle and the Earth warms, life flourishes, when a Solar Grand Maximum cycle occurs and the Earth cools, pressure is put on agriculture and mankind suffers. Cold kills, Warm invigorates.
- Land-sharkLv 73 weeks ago
Why do so many deny it?
How much sooner will Ice Age conditions come back as a result of feedback from it it?
- 3 weeks ago
Considering that you are asking the wrong question, I will give you the correct answer for climate change.The truth about the ever changing climate is being totally ignored by the so called 11,000 plus “CLIMATE SCIENTISTS”, who the protesters seem determined to follow, along with the illogical mantra of their founder, Marxist Roger Hallam, (a self styled prophet currently in jail, who claims that his “Extinction Rebellion” cause is based on “Common Sense”), plus the discredited research of Prof. Wallace Smith Broecker of the Columbia University Earth Sciences Laboratory, once known as the “Grandfather of Climate Change”. The following is easy to find for anyone who uses a bit of REAL research and REAL “COMMON SENSE”. It is a small part of what are known as the Milankovitch cycles.
The Axis of the Earth is currently moving “upright” in relation to its orbit as part of its perfectly normal “wobble”, known as Axial precession. It is moving at approximately 14.5 metres a year. This means that those imaginary circles around the planet, the Arctic Circle, the Antarctic Circle are both moving closer to their respective poles by that amount. Also, the imaginary lines of the tropics, Cancer and Capricorn, are both moving at the same speed towards the Equator. This is resulting in the position of the Sun in the sky is over the tropics for longer, and is moving slower between the two extremes of its apparent travel, resulting in changes to tropical winds and monsoons.
As a result, in the Arctic and Antarctic it means that the Sun is actually getting higher in the sky in the summer, meaning that it is warming more of the Earth’s surface at the poles as it has done for around 6.5 thousand years. The current angle at the time of writing is 23.26 degrees. The variation in the angle of Axis is from 22.1 degrees to 24.5 degrees. (The full cycle of the Wobble takes around 26, 000 years.) This is on of the major reasons polar ice is melting and ice caps receding, although there are variations due to other Earth forces like earthquakes, volcanos and tectonic plate movement.
As the wobble is about half way through this upright bound portion, it means the temperatures at the polar regions will keep increasing for about another 6,000 years, until the angle gets to approximately 22.1 degrees and starts increasing again for another 13,000 years to make it all cold again, but it has been doing this for over four billion years with no ill effect to life on Earth.
To all you children of all ages, get back to study and learn some REAL science! Forget the CO2 myth!