Japan Sees Earliest Cherry Blossom Bloom In 1,200 Years WhatDoYouThink?
Kyoto’s cherry blossom s peaked on March 26, the earliest bloom on record since 812 A.D. , which scientists warn is a symptom of the larger climate crisis threatening ecosystems all across the globe. What do you think?
Xavier Spivey • Systems Analyst“What did they do in 812 A.D. to fix the climate crisis?”Burt Yoder • Air Traffic Controller“Nature is trying to tell us something, and I wish it would stop.”Dana Frazier • Limbo Bar Leveler Read more: The Onion »
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Cicadas are also invading this year. Coincidence? Are they connected to Satan shoes, Pepsi Le Ew, space lasers, and the Cat in the Hat? Stupid nature always saying things. I wish I was deaf! Really interesting In Texas, things are either dead or blooming later than ever because of last month’s (climate change induced) extended freeze!
Yah, STFU nature! It's about time we came out of that long cooling trend Climate change speech by Greta Thunberg. Hey, Dana! I’ve been looking to get into the limbo bar leveler profession. Any tips? Is that Sinéad Cusack?