Posted November 02, 2019 12:07:42We have the news from around the world today.
It is not only the end of winter.
It’s also the beginning of spring.
In a world that seems to never end, this time of year is an opportunity to get back to normal and enjoy the bounty of life.
The news today is that the UK has had a massive summer heat wave.
The UK is a country that is very much a nation of climate change deniers.
The BBC is reported to be saying that the country’s climate change predictions were “wrong”.
So, what is the BBC saying?
The BBC’s meteorologist and climate expert, Chris Stringer, recently gave a talk on the heatwave in the UK, saying it was caused by the sun and was caused due to CO2 levels being too high.
He said that a lot of heat was generated because of CO2, which in turn was caused mainly by a lack of solar energy.
So, to answer your question: if the sun isn’t blowing, and if CO2 isn’t really there, the UK is going to be in a summer heatwave.
The BBC, which is also reporting that Britain’s weather forecasts are “off the mark”, is saying that “our predictions of heat and drought are wrong”.
Stringer says that the temperature record in the US is not a good sign because it shows that there has been no change in temperatures over the last few years, and that there is more CO2 in the atmosphere than previously thought.
Stringer also said that while there is some good news, there is still a lot that needs to be done, and said that the next major weather event in the future will be “a lot hotter than anything we have seen”.
And, the BBC continues to report on climate change.
This week, the network said that if global warming continues at the current rate, it will take us until 2099 to see a significant decrease in global average temperatures, and the network says that we will be facing a “catastrophic heat wave”.
The BBC is also claiming that a summer “heat wave” is a real thing, and it is now taking “several” million people out of their homes to reduce the risk of heat related illness.
The heat wave is expected to last for two weeks.
We are currently seeing the effects of climate crisis, and are experiencing unprecedented heatwaves and extreme weather events, from extreme heat waves to floods.
As we get ready for winter, it is important that we remember to embrace what is going on around us.
It is important to remember that we are living in the very first ice age, and we are witnessing the most severe cooling in over a century.
We have been warned repeatedly that if we do not act, we will not only see the impacts of climate disruption, but we will see a catastrophic, heat-related disease epidemic in the near future.
It seems that our global warming agenda is failing us.
The most important thing we can do to stop the worst of climate impacts is to stop thinking of it as a science project and instead, consider it as something that is actually affecting our everyday lives.
We have to recognize that our actions are affecting our own well-being.
If we want to stop global warming, we need to stop treating it as science and start treating it more as an issue that is impacting our everyday life.
This is an article from the UK’s Guardian newspaper.
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