Sunday, March 12, 2017

The Sea of Plastic of Almeria

Almeria in southern Spain, with its 55,000 greenhouses, occupying an area of 150,000 square miles, grows vegetables and feeds most of Europe. The entire area is visible from space, looking like a desert covered in rectangular patches of snow.
Called the sea of plastic of Almeria, the plastic roof covers reflect the sunlight back into space, causing the outside temperatures in the area to drop by ONE degree.
The global warming "consensus scientists" think of this as a possibility to save the planet from global warming Armageddon.
And such a scientific headache, like any other expensive idea the global warming alarmists have cooked up, should cost us trillions.

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