The 2005 average global temperature equaled (within several hundredths of a degree) the record warm year of 1998, according to meteorologists. 2002-4 were nearly as warm, and the 11 warmest years on record have all occurred since 1990. In response, our planet has been changing with warming winds and rising seas. At the poles and in mountains, ice is under fire and glaciers are receding. Down into the temperate zone, change is rearranging the boundaries of life. The plants and animals with whom we share the planet are adapting and moving -- some even going extinct -- because they have no choice
We humans are being affected, too. Coastal towns are suffering from rising sea level, storms are getting stronger and 35,000 people died in European heat waves in 2003. However, we have choices to make to help correct and ameliorate global warming. This is a story of frightening scale and and great urgency that is just beginning to be told.
There is some big storms in Charleston, Usa on this February.-
Stormwatchers were rewarded with spectacular displays of nature’s power, such as this crash at Shore Acres State Park near Charleston. There’s more to come. Forecasters say snow is possible on the coast today through noon Tuesday, in addition to thunder storms.
Northern New York in deadly deep freezeThe National Weather Service posted a wind chill advisory for northern New York and Vermont, saying the temperature and wind could make it feel like 35 degrees below zero into Tuesday afternoon. In those conditions, exposed skin can be frostbitten within 15 minutes or less, the weather service warned. "It's the wind. It's so cold it hurts. You see the sun shining and it doesn't look like a bad day, but then as you're walking you get hit with this blast and you can't breathe.-
I have seeing on Discovery Channel a real documental about the next perfect and big storm, is going to be apocalyptical, many people are going to die, because of the climate change and not enough food.
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