Are we living in our last days on Earth?

United States
November 29, 2006 9:57pm CST
I can say every since I could remember, the weather where I live, which is Osceola MO, has been the same way. The summers were from 80 to 100 degrees, the winters were 30 to 50 degrees. But here recently the climate has seem to of changed. The lake has always been at the same normal level except when there was a dam. This year there is about a half a foot of water left. It seem that it's getting hotter here. My thoughts are that we're headed for a dramatic change in the climate. For example, I think that most of the U.S.A. is going to become hot like in Mexico and northern Africa. The answer to my question in my opinion is simply this. We as a intelligent species could survive dramatic climate change but the Earth it's self may not. Who really knows what could happen. But as for as saying is this our last days on this planet, well it's sad to say it but it all depends on our very own government.
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• United States
13 Nov 08
I live in Osceola County, FL. I've noticed the drastic weather changes too. Down here we get our butts kicked by all these hurricanes and tornadoes. There's beach erosion, heatwaves, bad humidity and flooding. I really would love to move. I think that it's gonna be quite some time before the Earth blows up. I really hope that that doesn't happen in my children's generation time or anytime soon for that matter.