posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 07:02 PM
There was also that massive rainstorm in Bombay not too long ago, more than 3 feet in 24 hours if I'm remembering correctly.
This should be a sort of informal indicator that temperatures are indeed rising globally. If this much extra water is making its way into the
aptmosphere, that should be an indication that evaporation rates are up, which should in turn mean that it's getting hotter. Unfortunately, I think
it's going to keep getting worse, until the air is so thick you can't breathe.
Any idea how long this process takes? Will my kids have to wear re-breathers when I make them mow the lawn? Or will my grandkids?
Just curious if anyone has heard any reliable information on the warming situation. To my mind the temperatures aren't the worst part. The worst
part is trying to live and breathe in an aptmosphere with the consistency of runny pea soup.