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Flora & fauna are moving response to warming temperatures. Are wild animals and invasive weeds m

Author : don

Submitted : 2018-02-26 10:25:47    Popularity:     

Tags: response  warming  temperatures  moving  Flora  

Ecological responses to recent climate change
http://eebweb.arizona.edu/courses/Ecol20...

A globally coherent fingerprint of climate change impacts across natural systems
https://nctc.fws.gov/courses/alc/alc3193...

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Thats not proof of anything

No, they're not more intelligent, they're just 1. less insulated from changes in the natural world (a plant can't turn up the AC if it gets too hot), and 2. less capable of lying to themselves.

The only migrations I see are people moving south to Florida or some such warmer place.

Why is it that alarmists think they are intelligent by suggesting only invasive weeds can move in response to changing temperatures? How about blueberry bushes or wild asparagus? Alarmists are science deniers, and deniers of their lack of education and their lack of original thinking. We had mastodons here in LA 15 thousand years ago. Guess what happened. It warmed and we don't live in tundra like conditions. If you were alive back then, I'm sure you would be fretting about the end of the tundra. I like it when the snow melts. It is a time when life can flourish and not just the invasive weeds.

The deserts in Egypt, once lush lands, our own bipedal motion thought to be a result of change climates driving us from the jungles to the plains, our genetic bottleneck also a result of climate change. Villages been uncovered under the receding glaciers, Hell even the land bridges that brought us to the America's, all due to climate change. The once proud Mayan civilization, brought to it's knees by a drought. For some strange reason, climate change now can be stopped or mitigated.



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