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Originally posted by WTFover
One of the key, and most easily observable, pieces of evidence has been the hurricane activity since 2005. Recall being told that Katrina was the beginning of ever increasing numbers of and increasing intensity of hurricanes? And, what has been the reality?
Originally posted by xuenchen
reply to post by syrinx high priest
yes. the theory goes that global warming leads to melting polar ice caps which then adds so much fresh water to the atlantic ocean that the currents change, and the warm water that comes up from the south will no longer makes it way up there, and it will get dramatically colder.
global warming also means wet areas get wetter, and dry areas get dryer
so global warming can mean colder temps for some, and lots of rain for some
And what caused this the last time ? And the time before that and the time before that ?
Several thousand years ago, the sea levels rose dramatically.
What if it was all "natural" ?
What if it's all "natural" now ?
Can someone actually Prove that the entire polar ice caps will completely melt ?