Do you have any idea what London Fog WAS? No, it has nothing to do with water vapor. It was coal smoke. You see by the mid-1800s the forests around London were all but gone so they started to use coal.<quoted text>
When will you quit cutting and pasting scientific treatises that suit your Non-scientific birther mind only? What does it serve if you don't understand studies aimed at the scientific community, the latter having stated unequivocally that there is climate change and we are warming?
I am old enough to have lived both global warming and change. No more springs here in Ottawa - we go straight from winter to summer. We were freezing last week, now close to 80F last 3 days. We had snow 25 days ago for heaven's sake! Fog has almost abandoned London and the Benelux, Northern France. Dry hot weather all over have created havoc in our forests worldwide (makes for good business for Canada selling its water bombers...). We'll soon have a free Arctic passage - 30 years more or less they say. I'll go with the majority of scientists on this. You stick with the Petroleum and mining-sponsored scientists. And I'll pit my lack of scientific knowledge on the issue against yours any time at all.
When people woke up, they threw some coal into the hearth. When they got home they threw more coal onto the hearth. You do remember Sherlock Holmes don't you? It is elementary my dear Jacques!!! They don't use coal any more, do they?!?
Oh, in power plants they do but they have scrubbers to remove most of the smoke and soot.