A story telling that global warming causes blue whales to sing louder as they struggle to be heard about breaking sea ice has been declared "the highest climatic history of 2018. "
who made the selection, said, "There was a lot of competition, with the catastrophic enlighteners in the media, who obviously worked hard to make sure they were running for this very rewarding prize."
He believed that the story of the London Daily Mail by Mark Prig "deserves special praise because it was not only smooth, but it could be proved that she was weak at the time of writing."
I love to get crashes away in the future. High-quality narration for this quality is not something you face every day.
The judges "particularly enjoyed" LR Robertson's Climate Change, Time and Death ", a document in the Injury Prevention magazine, which said rising greenhouse gas concentrations would lead to an increase in fatalities roads unless governments introduce "major mitigation measures".
Another Daily Mail story claims that a small increase in global warming will make people more inclined to moisten
The whale history of the London document says researchers have "discovered that whales are gradually reducing the steps in the sequel a few decades-but they did not know why. "" Blue and fins "whales are among the most powerful animals in the oceans, as well as the largest ones. Only men sing, humming as hard as large ships. "
The report explains that whale tracks can travel 600 miles underwater, but" new research also extends the mysterious, long-lasting falling terrain to the associated whale whales and excludes noise pollution. as a reason for the global long-term trend. "
The AGU geographic survey shows that the fall of the terrain is" an anatomical consequence of lesser singing. "
"The field may increase as the whales sing more strongly, according to the authors of the study, is heard about the breaking of sea ice. "
Global warming has been the subject of some pretty strange ideas in recent months. One expert said that the sunshine would solve the problem. A UN envoy called for a "coffin" to save mankind.
Los Angeles had the idea of drawing his streets in white to fight global warming.
WND reported last summer that two scientists have locked a warning to Congress nearly 30 years ago that human activities are causing a catastrophic global warning is wrong.
Scientists Patrick Michaels and Ryan Mow from the Cato Institute say: "Assessed by Mr Hansen's model, surface temperatures behave as if we were limited 1
"But we do not. And it's not just Mr. Hansen who has wronged him. "