Discussion in 'Environment' started by Conservative, Nov 8, 2011.
Kilimanjaro regaining its snow cap | Watts Up With That?
Serious, common-sense question here:
Let's say hypothetically the Earth's temperature is increasing. This logically would mean more precipitation would go into the atmosphere. Now what happens when there's more precipitation, and it's snowing? Is there going to be A) more snow, B) same amount of snow, or C) less snow?
And it only took two posts before someone blamed it on global warming.
I didn't blame it on anything, if you want to point out where I said that-be my guest. You have a habit of putting words in my mouth that I don't say, then looking a little dumb after.
I don't know enough to say what's causing the amount of snow.
All I did was ask a simple, straight-forward question. If that makes you jump to conclusions-so be it.
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so? And 95% of the worlds glaciers are still in accelerating retreat.
I would say more snow. Which is why I always laugh when people claim that snowfall amounts are proof that there is no global warming.
Yeah, right. And you, of course, weren't leading anywhere with that loaded question.
So the ice ages were caused by global warming?
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