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Daemon
Posted: Sunday, March 19, 2017 5:00:00 AM
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Global Warming Study Has Scientists Concerned about Shrinking Mammals

A new Science Advances study linking the shrinking of mammals and global warming as Earth's carbon dioxide levels rise has researchers keeping a close eye on the issue. The study, published Wednesday, March 15, reports global warming has reduced the size of ... More...
Hope123
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I didn't read it. Nobody pays attention anyhow.

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ChristopherJohnson
Posted: Sunday, March 19, 2017 8:30:38 AM

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Global warming? Many suggest that the period of relatively warm weather has ended and the reverse process seems to be emerging.
MathGenius
Posted: Sunday, March 19, 2017 2:19:22 PM

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Global warming might not be that bad in a way since it makes the winters more bearable Drool
Hope123
Posted: Sunday, March 19, 2017 5:10:50 PM

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MathGenius wrote:
Global warming might not be that bad in a way since it makes the winters more bearable Drool


I know what you mean. Too bad the other consequences are not so good.

I just looked at the thermometer on our balcony in Southern Ontario on March 19th and it reads 65.1 F or 18.38 C. Even if you take off 5+ F degrees to be at street level, it is still ridiculous. But lovely for us. This is winter, yet it is more like the usual end of May weather. The grass is green again after a snow storm last weekend. It will cool off again and we will get some snow yet, but this has been the easiest Ontario winter in this area ever. I should take my chair out and sit in the sun.

There are many factors why animals, all except humans, are becoming extinct. Climate change is a big factor, but is not the only one. Humans often have a hand in it in other ways too.

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