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Originally posted by sum1one
not that any of you out there really cares...
but from a lot of reading i've been doing over the last few years or so...
there is actually a hypothesis that the entire gravitational orbit of the planet is slowly changing, which supposably will result in the reversal of our magnetic poles; north becoming south, east becoming west.
this same theory also explains a lot about the ideas of the mayan calendar, the year 2012, and aliens traveling millions of light years across the void to stop at our little meaningless planet full of imbeciles.
but hey - it's just a theory.
reply to post by pop_science
The models show that climate change is likely to disrupt the annual routines in migrating birds and lead to conflict between environmental cues and the birds’ inner clock. For birds that show high behavioural plasticity and a high capacity for changing their routines, climate change should have a relatively small impact on their survival. However, for birds unable to adjust fast enough, the consequences will be dire.
Originally posted by dodadoom
reply to post by aeroslag
because global warming warms the atmosphere and creates more evaporation thereby causing more and powerfull storms not to mention erratic and prolonged unusual weather patterns and high winds but what would I know I'm just a dumb farmer
[edit on 1-6-2009 by dodadoom]
Originally posted by underground panther in th
The sun shines more whitish now.
Oh, but my wife did just say that she thinks that there is a conspiracy to keep her from getting the garden finished
Originally posted by Bombeni
Don't forget the bees. When I was a kid I stepped on bees more times than I can count. I don't even remember the last time I saw one but I can tell you it's been at least 3 or 4 years, very sad and serious. This is why science is working around the clock on trying to clone our food supply.