Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Antarctica Reaches Its Hottest Temperature in Known History

Recently parts of Antarctica reached 63 degrees Fahrenheit (17.2C), which is the hottest day for Antarctica since humans started researching the area. While those who reject the idea of global warming and climate change often can't stop talking about a strong snow storm in Boston or New York. However they often remain silent when something like this happens to area that is really cold all the time. 

6 comments:

  1. OMYGOSH...this actually is kinda scary......

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  2. But there's already proof that it is not the earth itself heating up. The earth has actually cooled one degree in the last 100 years. That information has been known since the 1990s. In 2000, it was determined that we are headed for an ice age. Then they had to change the catch phrase from "Global warming" to "Climate change."The heat is coming from the sun via the ozone issue... not because of human beings.

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  3. Correct Adam - denial is living in a "fools world".
    Colin (Australia)

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  4. We should have gone to Antarctica for spring break.

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  5. Wake up people! Skeptics say humans aren't contributing to this, but the pollution in our air is measurable. If our polar caps melt, heat will no longer be reflected back into space and our planet will become very hot, too hot for millions of people to survive.

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