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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by mandym, May 28, 2012.
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I don't have to be a scientist to see the effects of global warming in the Canadian North. Ice is melting sooner, Polar Bears are starving and heading further inland to survive. Ice is melting on the mountain tops in Alberta and the pollutants are flowing with it into the rivers clear into Manitoba's North,,Hudson Bay.
I have never seen anything like this in my almost 70 years in Canada. Just this past winter we had only two snowfalls, but plenty of wind and rainfall. Much milder, except for the winds.
Since temperatures have not changed since 98 it is not likely.
I don't believe 70 years of observation can give anyone enough evidence to pronounce a global historical trend.