Originally Posted by cdcox
Precipitation is affected too, so it is very doubtful that agricultural yield will be enhanced and in all likelihood it will suffer greatly. Savings of heating costs are likely to be offset by increased air conditioning costs.
Summers are short up North. Not all scientists agree with your claims on the rest. In fact, trees, something environmentalist love to see grow more. I don't recall reading about many trees when glaciers covered us.
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