View Full Version : An important point
Oct 10th, 2007, 8:46 PM
Remember i said that looking at the animals behavior or habits will tell us there is something wrong with earth.
Well it now seems that the facts are emerging,Climate change may not be noticeable to all humans yet, but the behavior of birds suggests the seasons have already changed.
Do you agree with me on this one?its going to affect the food chain in what way i dont know but for me anyway is a worrying trend.
A researcher at the weather bureau has found that some spring migrating birds are arriving many days earlier than they used to.
Okay we know there will be no way to stop climate change, even al gores climate change film is in doubt as recently reported.
Look around i say and if you see something you normally don't see this time of year,then you know somethings up.
Our trees and bushes are still green but going a light brown now and its almost mid october,central heating off again this year as its up to 19 degrees in some parts.
Oct 11th, 2007, 4:50 AM
Well we all heard of the bee die off, But if I saw 5 flies this year it was a lot. Where I am the bird population seems to be dropping as well.
Oct 11th, 2007, 12:32 PM
The flies are all at my house. It's starting to look like the amityville horror at some of my windows, lol! Seriously tho, I am enjoying the first nice and cool day since spring, and most of my windows are wide open, and getting some nice fresh air..even if I am afraid to leave the house today. I hate it when that happens, particularly on a day like today. We have had one of the wettest years in record in my neck of the woods. Well, now that the weather is cooling off, it should be getting close to tornado weather..worst months for them here are May and October, although of course they can happen any time of the year. This past May though we only had to hit the cellar just once, so it will be interesting to see if we get any wild weather before winter kicks in..
Oct 12th, 2007, 10:43 PM
Why we will not succeed the Bush administration said today that it will not change it's climate change bill,even after Al Gores speech.
Okay i think it is better to try and slow down the progress by helping ourselves,if it is the fact that we are accelerating climate change let us try and stop it from getting even worse.
What does global warming have to do with global peace? The globe may find out sooner than we think, experts say.
This is a bloody warning and should take head of this,yeah right whatever you say.
Should we start to take these changes now or let things go on as they are.
Okay off the subject again i am starting to take some notice now world peace won't last for much longer we are going into meltdown.
Oct 13th, 2007, 6:51 PM
I have been looking to see if we are getting any higher rainfall in the traditional desert regions. So far I have found nothing of substance but if this happens then it will just mean relocating our traditional bread baskets.
Of course wealth generation tools will be changing hands which could result in some disruptions politically.
Oct 14th, 2007, 1:52 PM
I've noticed agressiveness of animals on the rise. It seems that they are just as sensitive to stuff as we are. Also, I saw hundreds of geese flying north. <aren't they suppose to be flying south?> Plants are blooming still! Even after the frost.
The precipitation in the atmosphere is so clumped together that it's feast or famine as far as the water falling back down. Either way, we are gonna freeze...hoo boy,
the thick coats some of the wild animials have on is amazing and I saw a ring neck phesant with a 2 foot tail, I shit you not.
ooh, we are in for a freezing winter. brrrr.
Oct 14th, 2007, 4:29 PM
Well it seems more of us are beginning to notice now,without Al Gores interpretation
of his flawed speech.
I don't know if it is going to get colder,but over here in the UK it has been very mild and trees still have leaves on them.
I say to watch the melting ice in Antarctica,it is so mixed as there is drought and too much rain,very mild and extreme weather all at once.
The drought across Kentucky is critical enough that for more than a month, the state's Water Availability Advisory Group has been exchanging information in regular conference calls.
Australia is also in the same boat as we all know as well,watch the animals i say you are also right on attacks on humans lately and as you say becoming quite aggressive.
There can be many problems with climate change as we will lose the fight on poverty,as we have recently witnessed in Africa i also expect civil unrest as crops will no doubt fail yet again this year.
It is a case of all living creatures will suffer in one way or another in the end.
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