WICKED WEATHER.: by Bruce Mulliken, Green Energy News Climate scientists say we shouldn't blame individual weath...
And it should be no surprise a mere century or two is all that was needed for a global atmospheric change. After all our atmosphere is so thin. The bottom layer, the troposphere, is at best 10 miles thick. Within that 10 miles (to be generous) we live and most weather takes place. (Thunderheads can go higher, but not always.) And of that thin layer most of the human race lives in the bottom few hundred feet. That’s not much space to share with hurricanes, tornados, blizzards, and extreme droughts. It should be no surprise that wind, pelting rain and icing snow comes pounding on our front doors more frequently and with a harder knock.