Heather1983 wrote:I will tell you this, The earth's core is heating up. That increases magma and of course this means quakes, volcanoes. With the earth's core heating up, the oceans are 10 degrees hotter. Now, you may ask what 10 degrees means? Ice Caps are slowly thawing, with the temps on the rise, your storms are more severe and more rapid. Add the results of the greenhouse effect and you've increased your temps of the atmosphere to 15-20 degrees. It's a recipe for disaster. THIS has NOT happened before. Sure, we have active seasons once in awhile and a few decades ago, but to have every known disaster to man become active at the same time is not something that happens every 100 years. Sadly, it WILL get worse.
I study oceanic and atmospheric science, and I read the Bible. Now, what does this have to do with anything? Simple, Science recommends that this will only get worse and according to your belief's, many Christians believe it will get worse. To avoid and religious melt down, we won't go down that road but science is already confirming that it is going to be HELL.
I live in Florida and we have NEVER had the tornadoes that we've had here the past two years. 52 touchdowns in two years for Florida? That only happens during hurricanes and we haven't had any ( Thank God for That) since 05.
I'm confused when you say that the earth's core has increased 15-20 degrees? Do you mean the core of the earth in the center? I've never heard anything about it increasing, and have always been under the impression that it is cooling off slowly (as the heat in the core is residual heat from the earth's formation). I don't know how man kind could have any real impact on the earth's core temperature, the only thing I can think of is stuff like geothermal energy plants, and mining operations. Those would have an impact on the core's temperature, but in the other direction, as they tend to release heat trapped under the earth's crust.
I am not an expert in this field by any means, but heating of the crust would seem to defy much of what I know about physics and chemistry. A quick googling of this didn't really turn up anything, so I am curious to learn more.