When will we be able to change the weather?
The answer is not going to be in the next five years, according to the latest forecasts from climate scientists.
The global temperature is expected to continue to rise over the next century, as the planet’s oceans absorb more and more heat.
That heat will eventually cause the climate to warm, but the process is slow and unpredictable.
“The oceans are absorbing heat, and that heat is accumulating in the atmosphere,” said Chris Field, a climate scientist at the University of Arizona.
“It’s like a snowball rolling downhill.”
But what happens if that snowball rolls downhill at an accelerating rate?
“That’s where the next layer of warming occurs,” said Field.
“This is the layer that we call the feedback.”
The layer that increases the amount of heat we absorb from the oceans, which leads to more extreme weather.
And because it’s happening in the future, it’s not just going to increase the amount.
The process will eventually take over, but until then, scientists are keeping a close eye on the temperature, and they’re worried that we won’t be able yet to change it.
We know how much warmer it will get in the near future, but how much warming is still possible?
That’s a big question, says Field.
If we’re going to get into an even bigger, more intense heat wave, he says, then it won’t just be a matter of changing the temperature of the oceans.
That could cause a massive change in the planet.
As the world heats up, the amount that humans can absorb from Earth’s oceans is increasing.
That means that if we’re warming the planet by 1 degree Celsius, that’s only going to add about 0.5 degrees to the global temperature.
This isn’t to say that we shouldn’t worry about climate change.
It’s not an easy thing to change.
There’s a lot of carbon in the air, and there are a lot more greenhouse gases in the oceans than we realize.
So, the answer is no, the global warming is likely to keep going.
That said, there are ways to slow the increase.
One of the most promising ways is to reduce the amount we take out of the atmosphere, which will reduce the greenhouse gases we release.
That’s something Field has been researching for a while.
In the future climate change could be caused by other factors, including carbon dioxide emissions from human activities, which are increasing.
But that won’t happen for the foreseeable future.
And there are other ways to make sure that the world keeps warming.
Another promising way is to cut back on fossil fuel use, which means reducing carbon emissions from power plants and factories, as well as burning fossil fuels.
That can help reduce the heat we’re adding, but it will still increase greenhouse gas emissions.
For the past two decades, scientists have been studying ways to cut carbon emissions, and we’re just now starting to see a lot happening.
But it’s still unclear how much of the future warming will be caused from climate change, and how much from other factors.
For the future of climate, the best way to protect us from the effects of climate change is to limit the amount and intensity of our emissions.