Scientists: Do you want to know what global warming looks like? Look at America in recent weeks!

Scientists: Do you want to know what global warming looks like? Look at America in recent weeks!

The terrible fires, heat waves, drought, soaring, major floods and severe storms are extremes that are predicted by experts who claim that we are closer to global warming. Associated Press says: if you want to see some of the terrible consequences of global warming, look at America in recent weeks. But no matter what happens in America,

The terrible fires, heat waves, drought, soaring, major floods and severe storms are extremes that are predicted by experts who claim that we are closer to global warming.

Associated Press says: if you want to see some of the terrible consequences of global warming, look at America in recent weeks.

But no matter what happens in America, it is too early to say whether it is climate change, because temperature extremes are nothing unusual, some say. Even when measured in a single month over three thousands of temperature records. Even when the weather has all the features that were announced prior to twenty years.

The warnings of experts to meet?

In fact, another thing that concerns scientists can definitively confirm that it is global warming. AP said it was extremely time now located in the United States. Europe, Asia and Africa have not yet experienced a similar disaster, although in recent years they experienced similar weather extremes.

“Since 1988, experts have warned that climate change will bring an increase in heat waves, more droughts, more sudden downpours, widespread fires, and stronger storms. In the U.S. these extremes just happen,” writes the AP.

In this year, more than 2.1 million hectares of land was burned and more than 113 million people located in areas of extreme heat, in two thirds of the country’s severe drought and severe flooding in early June were in Minnesota and Florida.

“This is how global warming on a regional or individual level looks like. Very high heat increases the opportunity for even more heat waves, stronger drought, storms and terrible fires. This is what I and my colleagues warned”, said Jonathan Overpeck, a professor at the Arizona University.

“The state record is something that I warned about, but many did not want to hear,” said Kevin Trenberth, head of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado. 

“I really look through the window that shows us how global warming looks like. And looks like this: the heat, large fires, as well as a great ecological disaster,” commented the AP Michael Oppenheimer, a Princeton professor.

Only one disagrees 

According to the Associated Press, at least 15 scientists agreed and said this is a long, hot summer in the U.S. in what can be expected in global warming. “This is how global warming in the future we will further testify to such extremes.

But one scientist disagrees with that.

John Christy from the University of Alabama said that history is full of such extreme and that it is nothing strange. “In my opinion blame Mother Nature not global warming,” he added.

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