NASA Blames Canada for Global Warming
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Jan 15, 2012, 07:17 PM
Ever since Canadians elected the Conservative Party to lead their nation, NASA has targeted Canada as an out-of-control carbon emissions emitter and significant contributor to global warming. NASA scientists have just completed a study to prove their point.

CBC News reports that, “NASA says Canada in ‘hot spot’ of ecological change. Prairie grasslands and boreal regions shift north by 2010.”

The study states that those regions are in hot spots, highly vulnerable to massive environmental changes this century due to global warming. This would mean that igloos and ice fishing might soon disappear from the frosty country if NASA is correct with its assessment.

According to CBC News, “much of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba is predicted to see major shifts northward of plant and animal species.”

NASA climate scientist, Duane Walliser, who spoke with CBC News from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Ca., said, “by about 2100, the climate change projections that we have today would suggest that there would be pressure on that grassland so prevalent in (the Canadian Prairies) to move further northward – and the expense of the forest moving further northward as well.”

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written by Bruce , January 16, 2012

Yeeahhh. A longer growing season! More wheat!



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