Saturday, May 30, 2015

Pollen Tsunami a Natural Biosphere Event? Of course blamed on "Climate Change"

From NBC News:
"A ferocious winter, delayed spring and even the beginnings of climate change have created a "pollen tsunami" that is slamming allergy sufferers in the Northeast, says one expert.
Oak and birch trees — the "big bad" pollen makers — are coming out at the same time as the seasonal ones like poplar, alder and ash. And soon the grass pollens arrive."

My view...
Now I'm not a tree or plant expert - don't mind looking at 'em, don't care if I ever own one.

But does this pollen explosion have something to do with the biosphere self correcting? I encourage commentary from better informed people than me.

But is it possible that the increase in CO2 levels results in more pollen which results in more plants and trees being created which absorb the increased level of CO2? 

Just askin..

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