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Hot as hell today on our exterior set for #theorville, but hey- the good news is @jonathansfrakes is back at the helm for round 2!
Hey Kelly Cronin! Terrific job directing this week’s episode of #theorville!
The 5 warmest years on record have all occurred since 2010. Declines in Arctic sea ice hit record lows in 2017. Add supercharged hurricanes, California’s deepest drought on record, and an average surface temperature increase of 2 degrees F over the past century, and you’ll (1/2) https://t.co/fiPvEDgE1e
(2/2) find that yes, things have indeed “happened.” But don’t take my word for it. I’m just a Hollywood type. Ask a climatologist. Research scholarly articles related to the subject. And then vote based on what you learn. https://t.co/fiPvEDgE1e
Here’s what’s most alarming about that. Think about how hot your black vinyl car seat gets on a summer day. Dark colors absorb more heat, while lighter colors reflect it. Now think about this on a planetary scale. Sea ice and snow cover loss mean fewer reflective surfaces (1/2) https://t.co/WwWnkG3xlt
(2/2) across the planet, so more heat is absorbed, which drives surface temperatures even higher. This results in further atmospheric heating, which continues the cycle. It’s what scientists mean when they refer to a “runaway greenhouse effect.” But again, do your own research. https://t.co/WwWnkG3xlt