Monday, February 3, 2014
Final continental drought here: Australia
So we've seen there's widespread drought in China, Iran, here in North America here, as I've posted. There is also a very widespread, devastating, years long drought in Australia, as well, ladies and gentlemen:
The polar ice caps are melting, the glaciers are likewise shrinking, melting, the seas are rising and there are widespread droughts on several of the continents, all at the same time.
If that isn't from an overall rise in the planet's temperatures, then what IS it from?
And if it is, shouldn't we--rather wisely--do something about it?
Especially since it's for our own survival, anyway?