posted on Feb, 21 2013 @ 08:59 PM
reply to post by Rezlooper
Well if that were the case, we would be drenching in rain out here in Phoenix. You can not get much warmer in the US, lol
I understand what you are trying to say though, in general terms, though I am still on the bandwagon that this is not global warming, at least not man
made. Now universal warming on the other hand, there has been some prominent research.
I do believe this is transient, and fluxes with time. .. Not that man does not influence temperatures in regional areas. That is why we have the
island effect. Phoenix is usually up to ten degrees hotter that here, about 45 miles out. I am rural. All the roads, cements walls etc trap heat and
raise the temperature in a region if it is in large enough amounts.
edit on 21-2-2013 by amatrine because: (no reason given)