Man-Caused Global Warming
Feb 26, 2017
I've been in the field for three days. I am doing some vertical tillage on corn stalks. all you know killers who are offended by this, that's an argument we could have another day. But to say the least, this is Incredibly unusual: the ground is working right, the stalks are dry, and they're cutting up, which is what we’re trying to get done and it’s dry all the way down.
This is unusual weather and we're not the only people are having unusual weather. If you've been paying attention, California 's long term epic drought to a near cataclysmic floods with dam's being threatened.
Australia is struggling with having enough colors to show how hot it is in the interior, so they've finally had to add purple to their temperature map so that they could show how hot it was.
You've got global see ice—counting both poles—is at a new minimum and trending lower. As a matter of fact there's just a lot of weird weather all over the globe and we've been talking about it. It turns out that all these things predicted by, and i think explained by, what climatologists said many years ago—I bought into a decade ago—and that its anthropogenic global warming, man-caused global warming. And this is the outcome of it.
We're 68 degrees in central Illinois in February. It's kind of interesting, while we may be in the process of legislative repealing global warming, it really doesn't care whether we believe it or not, it's going to go ahead continue.
As a matter of fact, that famous saying by Mark Twain, which he may or may not have said, that "everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it," it could be backwards. It could be that we've all been doing something about the weather and that's why we're talking about it.