Listen: Carolinas, New York And Texas discussed on Ryan Scott
"We've got polar ice caps melting sea levels are rising. We're going all around the globe, we will see longer than usual droughts. Everything's going to be everything that we have known in the past as a part of our climate pattern or weather patterns will be exaggerated extreme so storms will be more frequent of longer duration more extreme storms both winter and summer droughts will be of greater duration that we've known in the past. So it's hard to predict because the the warming is happening now at a faster pace than anyone have predicted decades ago. Are you seeing it traveling for the new you've ever seen it before? Like, I'm watching storms that are hitting. What does it was the southern border of Texas? When all the way across the Carolinas, and then headed up, and I got the last part of it New York, I flying we're still delayed. I don't remember this. And I'm talking to pilots commercial airline pilots who talk about the fact that there's more instability in the atmosphere now than they've ever encountered before these veteran, thirty your pilots, and they're encountering more turbulence and more severe turbulence than ever have before. Because of the effect of a gradual warming of the planet on."