Flat Earthers Worried About Earth’s Water Cycle

Because the natural world should always stay exactly the same

(UPI) The Earth’s dry lands are getting drier and wet ones wetter as climate change shifts and accelerates the globe’s water cycle, U.S. researchers say.

Everybody panic!!!!!!1!!!!

Changing patterns of salinity in the global ocean during the past 50 years show a clear fingerprint of climate change on the shift in worldwide rainfall and evaporation, they said.

How dare the Earth change! It’s been completely static for 4.5 billion years….wait, did they say “past 50 years”?

Scientists with the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California along with colleagues at Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization say the Earth’s water cycle has strengthened by 4 percent 1950-2000.

It begs the question “what about from 2001-2011”? Oh, and then there is another question “what affect did the cooling that was occurring during the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s have on the water cycle?” Because there was roughly a 50 year period where the temperatures were dipping. So the study would include that cooling period. Meaning that the water cycle was affected by both cooling and warming, and still……changed. That’s just weird.

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4 Responses to “Flat Earthers Worried About Earth’s Water Cycle”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    climate change shifts and accelerates the globe’s water cycle

    say the Earth’s water cycle has strengthened by 4 percent 1950-2000.

    I’m sorry, but that makes absolutely no sense to me whatsoever.

    How can a cycle be “strengthened”?

    And how in the hockeysticks can you tell it has accelerated? And, if its been “accelerated” wouldn’t that mean our seasons got shorter? Would we then have to have a leap season every four years? Then, after 4 years, summer would occur in spring because.. it has accelerated?

    But, if the cycle has “strengthened” wouldn’t that mean spring has gained some muscle and wouldn’t want to be relocated to winter? Winter is too cold for spring to prance around in. Course, that would also mean that Winter gets to butt in to the Falls flirtations with Winter, thus they will be happy together – leaving a spare bedroom for Spring to visit.

    Wait… this is getting all wrong.

    One wonders… do they want to go back to when the world was covered in ice? Or water? Or when half of the US was covered in water? Or when Antartica was on the Equator? Or when India was almost at the South Pole? Oh, I know. They want it back to before Hawaii was even poking above the bottom of the ocean!!!!

    Unfortunately, the change in pH is not wholly discernible from the readings being taken and such changes are sporadic and widespread. That is why they call the ocean “a buffer”.

  2. You’re trying to assign reality to AGW. That never works.

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    DOH!!! And I’m not even an officially sanctioned “climatologist”.

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