What’s so bad about Global Warming? Most like warmer weather ?
- Anonymous7 months agoFavorite Answer
Most people like a blojob but they wouldn't ask a tiger to do it
- Climate RealistLv 77 months ago
Because, a good place to find warmer weather, Florida, will be under water because of global warming.
- 7 months ago
it causes the polar ice caps to melt and higher sea levels leaving polar bears on little icebergs
- 7 months ago
**** the polar bears, lel!
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- JimZLv 77 months ago
Our CO2 theoretically should warm winter, night, polar and high altitude much more than summer, day, tropical and low altitude. In other words, it moderates the temperature. Instead of being 48 degrees at night, maybe it will be 49 and the day time temp difference will be even less. Anybody that thinks that is worth giving up your money and freedom to a bunch of greedy power hungry leftists deserves their freedoms and money to be taken away but since we normals will also be affected, we have to protect the deluded dunces from themselves.
What is Jay? A 10 year old. I'm sure we have all met 10 year olds that think they know everything. In fact they generally know very very little.
Your question does do a very good job of proving global warming is all about politics. Leftists think their lies amount to science. In fact they are the antithesis of science.
- CowboyLv 67 months ago
war, pestilence, famine - it's your future now, all ya gotta do is wait for it :)
- LizLv 57 months ago
For example, large-scale melting of land-based ice and the expansion of the oceans as water warms could cause sea levels to rise drastically. Low-lying islands such as Tuvalu could disappear, as could large parts of the Netherlands and Florida, to name just two other areas. Millions of people could be displaced from such places as Shanghai and Calcutta, as well as parts of Bangladesh.
At the same time, rising temperatures could intensify storms, floods, and droughts. In the Himalayas, disappearing glaciers—from areas that feed seven river systems—could cause shortages of freshwater for 40 percent of the world’s population. Also at risk are thousands of species of animals, including polar bears, whose hunting grounds are largely on the ice. Indeed, reports already indicate that many bears are losing weight and some are even starving. Rising temperatures may also foster the spread of disease by enabling mosquitoes, ticks, and other disease-carrying organisms, including fungi, to spread farther afield.
- BillLv 67 months ago
get a lesson in climate change and how it affects food production before you make inane rubbish statements
- MikeLv 77 months ago
Democrats spent 2 million on private jets
- PearlLv 77 months ago
cause it can get too warm and wipe everyone out