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    Quote Originally Posted by nittionia View Post
    Deforestation in the tropical areas is what I usually think of..
    Either way, humans treat the Earth terribly
    Blame China and India, they make the most pollution
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick View Post
    Blame China and India, they make the most pollution
    China, India, US, Russia, etc. terrible. The effort to even get sanitized water in most places is a big deal.

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    You're not noticing it only because the graph looks like this.



    You can see how the temperature mean can can vary between subsequent years (well, still not that much, but it shows that the growth isn't consistent, it can still drop for certain years) and how slowly is the trend actually going long-term. But the pattern is definitely there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldaris View Post
    You're not noticing it only because the graph looks like this.



    You can see how the temperature mean can can vary between subsequent years (well, still not that much, but it shows that the growth isn't consistent, it can still drop for certain years) and how slowly is the trend actually going long-term. But the pattern is definitely there.
    shocking what a difference 1 degree makes. Maybe the change is distributed unevenly? With little change in the tropics and more in upper latitudes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick View Post
    Maybe. 10 years ago it Was like living in Antarctica, last week it was 10 degrees and rain and I live in the snow belt.Very strange
    Oh shit, sorry to hear that. But hopefully soon the lake effect snow will turn into lake effect rain. Get your umbrella out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun View Post
    shocking what a difference 1 degree makes. Maybe the change is distributed unevenly? With little change in the tropics and more in upper latitudes?
    It definitely isn't even - the chart is for the global average. It does make some ecological difference, but life is extremely flexible and changing constantly since it arised (as does climate, in fact). Yeah, there is a trend right now, but I'd be careful with the implications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick View Post
    How Europe is greener now than 100 years ago. They need more trees for the migrants

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...100-years-ago/
    Not all greenery is good.

    Lawns and similar things are useless vegetation, as are urban crops or exotic ornamental trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skengdo View Post
    Not all greenery is good.



    Lawns and similar things are useless vegetation, as are urban crops or exotic ornamental trees.
    There is no useless vegetation it all absorbs CO2 and is helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun View Post
    There is no useless vegetation it all absorbs CO2 and is helpful
    Yes there is. For vegetation to be useful it needs to have evolved together with all the fauna and other mushrooms, vegetal species and bacteria of the region.

    In other words being native.

    You should not plant tropical stuff and palms in the taiga. You should not plant pine trees into the southern hemisphere. You should not put mangroves in a steppe or desert and a big etc..

    Exotic trees also may spread diseases, change the composition of the soil or otherwise will not survive. They are useless for the fauna.

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