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Satellites have measured the Arctic getting greener, as shrubs expand their range and thrive in warmer temperatures. Observations from space help determine agricultural production globally, and are used in famine early warning detection. As ocean waters warm, satellites have detected a shift in phytoplankton populations across the planet's five great ocean basins — the expansion of "biological deserts" where little life thrives.
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: iTruthSeeker
Then where does the heat go..
A) CO2 absorbs more heat than other greenhouse gases..
B) we produce an insane amount of CO2..
So where is that heat going to go??
What mechanism will remove it from the earths atmo??
That is why climate change gets the support of 95% of scientists..
It’s easy math..
From their it is up to detractors to put forth a theory as to why it will not effect the climate..
What effects the earth will face due to that heat ate debatable.
The fact CO2 holds heat better, and we are producing a unprecedented amount is not debatable..