greeney2 wrote:This week our weather has been weather to kill for, in January. I mean perfect blue sky, 80 degrees, no winds. We spend 2 days down in Indio area, and it was post card perfect. For California, this is our normal weather, and why we are called Sunny California. Perfect for a ride out to the desert, or up the coast.
greeney2 wrote:Mother Nature runs the show, and we are in a very interesting time. What is unpresidented is the Mayan calendar, and what event took place 5200 years ago. A special had University of Ohio well known professor, going to Peru with an expedition, to explore the receeding glacier in which the melt now has revieled anchient greenery/grass dating 5200 years ago is now being exposed. What ever happened 5200 years ago buried this grass, and it is now exposed again, as the glacier melts back.
We are in a weather pattern at least not seen in 5200 years, in terms of average earth temp, allowing these 17,000 ft high glaciers to melt back to far. The same is happening in the polar ice caps, Antartica breaking off unpresidented large pieces as big as Rhode Island. We need to wake up that what ever man has added to the natural hot and warm periods, we are added enough to tilt the balance way out of kilter.
We are killing this planet, and if we do not get control of ourselves, the next 100 years may have us back in the stone age.
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