The Earth’s weather has been changing since the beginning of time and will continue to change forever and ever. It is all related to the Earth, sun and the rest of the astral world. Over the last 200 years there have been major changes, which have reduced the amount of moisture in and over the land, sending that moisture into the large bodies of water.
Presently, we are in an Earth cooling trend. Ocean temperatures are dropping. This cooling trend reduces the amount of evaporation. The land is heating up because of the lack of moisture in the atmosphere. Moisture is collecting at the poles.
The unanswerable question is can the human being change it or is it all up to the sun and the asteroids? Cattle produce more carbon than all the human beings. Is a reduction in the small amount of carbon produced by humans enough to change the world’s weather?
Chris Hayen, Meridian