WEB Notes: This must be more of that global warming we keep hearing about. Only people who cannot think for themselves would believe such a thing…
Yes folks, the earth constantly changes and goes through cycles.
Some of the cycles we have seen globally are becoming extreme. Like the locust outbreak in Africa and the insect populations that are declining. Some of these things may not be cycles at all, but signs of the last days.
When one or two things come along, I think most of us can shrug them off. However, when extreme magnitude changes constantly occur one another another it sort of lets you know where we are.
Think about the huge plastic pacific garbage patch floating off in the ocean. Mankind did that, we are causing a lot of our own problems. Think about how much trash your household produces each day and multiply that by 7.5 billion people.
Residents of Baghdad rushed to have snowball fights or take photographs Tuesday as the Iraqi capital woke carpeted in white by only its second snowfall in a century.
The last recorded snowfall in the city was in 2008, but it was a quick and mostly slushy affair — and prior to that, it had been a century since Baghdad saw any flakes. Iraqis young and old said it was the first time they had ever seen snow falling in Baghdad.