Got something to say or just want fewer pesky ads? Join us... 😊

[Misc] Is this an omen for tomorrow?











sydney

tinky ****in winky
Jul 11, 2003
17,779
town full of eejits






sydney

tinky ****in winky
Jul 11, 2003
17,779
town full of eejits


Perry's Tracksuit Bottoms

King of Sussex
Oct 3, 2003
1,392
Lost
its ok though as rising temperatures will result in greater rain fall which will , in time , flush this algae into the sea where it will be killed by salt.....there is an algae here called "red tide" it is highly toxic to fish and marine mammals , it is a naturally occurring algal bloom which has been happening for millions of years .....apparently.
Interesting theory, do you have a reference for that? Would be good to read it.
 


sydney

tinky ****in winky
Jul 11, 2003
17,779
town full of eejits
Interesting theory, do you have a reference for that? Would be good to read it.
it stands to reason that melting ice caps , rising sea levels and rising temperatures can really only lead to a generally wetter climate .....owing to the the laws of chemistry and physics like ...:smile:

each 1 degree rise in temp results in a 7% rise in atmospheric moisture....apparently , google it , plenty to be read.
 




Perry's Tracksuit Bottoms

King of Sussex
Oct 3, 2003
1,392
Lost
do you have a reference for that?

it stands to reason that melting ice caps , rising sea levels and rising temperatures can really only lead to a generally wetter climate .....owing to the the laws of chemistry and physics like ...:smile:

each 1 degree rise in temp results in a 7% rise in atmospheric moisture....apparently , google it , plenty to be read.
That'll be a 'no' then
 




Albion and Premier League latest from Sky Sports


Top
Link Here