Mercury is boiling!
June 27, 2016 2:55am CST
Now this is unheard or more precisely un-felt (God knows if this word even exists) of in a place like Assam. Assam is a pleasant temperate place where even in the heights of Summer, the mercury barely breaches the mark of 35-37 degree celsius. But for the past 3-4 years the temperature has been increasing constantly and this year...well it's not even July yet and the mercury has started to boil! Could it be because the "global meltdown" has been initiated already? Is it because GLOBAL WARMING is finally making its presence felt? Could it be? photo courtesy- skynetweather
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27 Jun 16
@Umesh_K I too am not 100% sure about it but I can tell you this much that it seeks to alter and manipulate the weather on a global scale. And some say it has been pretty successful upto this point. The drastic weather conditions we've been experiencing lately is accredited to this experiment by many a folks.
5 Jul 16
@SIMPLYD There are many people who are concerned about the fast degrading environmental conditions of Earth but there are many more who simply do not care. As long as we do not come together and work together to mitigate the excesses of environmental pollution, the future looks very bleak. Very.
12 Jul 16
A few years ago I remember I can deal with the heat even inside the house. But now the temperature is really high. I can't stay all day long inside an air condition room because my work is outside. I think we produced too much cars and motorcycles these past decade that helped contribute to greenhouse gas levels. Too much waste and consumption of electricity play a role as well.
8 Jul 16
@jaboUK Yes, and it becomes very difficult for the peasants and farmers to regulate their activities when they can never be sure of the weather. They are used to living 'in harmony' with Nature and now they are suffering a lot due to the uncertainties of the weather.
7 Jul 16
It's alright I know it becomes tough at times to speak on matters like this but I think you will agree with me that things aren't looking too bright as far the global environment looks and that we need to be more aware and concerned about our changing environment.