Global warming is not a 20th century phenomenon. It has, in fact, occurred in the past more than once, along with periods of extreme cold known as the ice ages. 792 more words
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By Magda Mancini, Karmen Hoge, Courtney Coulter, and Taylor Grant
Question 1: What causes the seasons?
The seasons are caused by the tilt of the planet’s rotational axis. 1,029 more words
Anthony Watts is a Jester
So Mr. Watts posts a “guest article” from a person named Stephen Wilde, a person who has nothing to do with me or any of the… 2,632 more words
Global warming (excuse me, “climate change” because it’s not as bad when you change the name) is obviously a huge problem. Polar bears are losing their icy oasis, sea levels are rising at freaky rates, coral reefs may just disappear altogether, and humans are going to be doing the dog paddle 24/7. 232 more words
By Rog Tallbloke
Over the last five years there’s been a revival of an old hypothesis which suggests that the motion of the planets around the Sun modulates its output, and that variation in the Sun’s output affects the Earth’s weather and in the longer term, shifts in regional and global climate.