Gay dating ad for the superbowl
(Source: Makiko Sato, Columbia University) The difference between the two analyses really is quite small.
NASA estimated that last month brought temperatures 0.85 degrees Celsius warmer than the long-term mean.
A global map from NASA of how Earth’s surface temperatures last month departed from the 1951-1980 August average. Note: part of Antarctica is gray because data from some stations there were not yet available at the time of this analysis.) Last month was among the very warmest on record, according to two new analyses – and the heat is very likely to continue.
With less than four months left to go in 2017, the year will probably come in as second or third warmest on record.
Yulsman has written one book: Origins: the Quest for Our Cosmic Roots, published by the Institute of Physics in 2003.
Even a cursory review of the science tells us that gays indeed are born that way.The prevailing theory is simple: "Differences in levels of circulating sex hormones [of the fetus] usually testosterone during one or more critical periods of development cause the brain to develop in a more-male-like or more female-like direction, and these differences influence a spectrum of gendered traits in juvenile life and adulthood, including the preference for male and female sex partners." More simply, prenatal hormones circulating in the mother's womb influence the sexual orientation of the fetus.In the case of gays, the hormones make them more feminine.SEE ALSO: As his Tweet above indicates, Gavin Schmidt, the head of NASA’s climate monitoring efforts, predicts that there’s a greater than 80 percent chance that 2017 will come in as the second warmest year in records dating back to 1880, to be surpassed only by 2016.NOAA is forecasting that 2017 will come in as third warmest year.