Climate Change Spreads To Jupiter

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Climate change spreads to Jupiter as scientists reported in WorldNet Daily, May 23, 2008, there is noticeable climate change taking place on Jupiter, too. “The news follows reports as far back as three years ago that ice caps on Mars are also retreating much as some of the ice in the Earth's Arctic circle. There's one striking difference between Earth and the other two planets, however. Neither Jupiter or Mars have any people nor industrial activity creating so-called "greenhouse gases" like carbon dioxide. Increased turbulence and storms first observed on Jupiter more than two years ago are still raging, according to astronomers from the University of California, Berkeley, and the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii, who snapped high-resolution pictures of the planet earlier this month. Captured with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and the 10-meter Keck II telescope, this so-called "major upheaval" on Jupiter involves stunning changes in the planet's atmosphere, said lead astronomer Imke de Pater, professor of astronomy at UC Berkeley.”

Editorial Comment: We couldn’t beat World Net’s comment so we repeat it; “Does Al Gore know about this?”

Evidence News, 11th June 2008

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