Is the weather becoming more extreme?
It’s a question often debated by climate scientists, skeptics and the general public.
There’s no doubt we are now more aware of droughts, typhoons, storm surges and excessive cold or heat.
Article and Video:
includes interviews with the following climate scientists.
Dr Erich Fischer, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH
Dr Karl Braganza, Australian Bureau of Meteorology
Dr Lisa Alexander, Climate Change Research Centre, UNSW
Dr Susan Wijffels, Marine and Atmospheric Research, CSIRO
Professor Jennifer Francis, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University
- jos van den brand 2 weeks ago
I don;t think this video is telling the complete story. The north and southpoles are shifting.
For the last 6 months the north pole has drifted 264 miles towards russia.
Because of the shift the earths magnetic shield is lowering with a dramatic rate.
This shield protects us for the radiation of the sun. So the earth heats up.
I think we are inbound for a complete reversal of the north and southpole.
Which is normal and happens every 200.000 to 700.000 years. We are now at 780.000 years