An archaeology student at the University of Southern North Dakota at Hoople made the startling discovery while at a site in Egypt.
While working at the site of the Abusir necropolis near Cairo, student Alexandra Knudson casually observed that ‘every time we study history we have to dig’. The off-hand comment almost let to her summary expulsion. Other students began to discuss the possibility and eventually a theory was passed on to the other science departments at the university.
After over two years of study and observations, it was determined that several factors outside of the current climate change ‘consensus’ were actually the cause of the recorded increases in temperature. The earth’s gradually slowing rotation, therefore reduced centrifugal force, has allowed excess space dust and other debris to pile up rather than be thrown back into orbit. By accumulating more material, the diameter of the planet has increased, moving closer to the sun and therefore getting warmer.
Scientists at the university expressed concern that earth’s growing obesity also contributes to the rising sea levels, which in turn leads to melted ice, leading to more exposed land to gather dust continuing the cycle.
When asked how she feels about her discovery, Alex expresses concern that archaeological digs are piling up dirt that may be “throwing the earth off balance and contribute to slowing it down”.
The university plans to publish the details of the study and findings as soon as they can find a scientific journal that doesn’t refer to the data as ‘flat-earth society climate change denier junk’.
Trotsky predicted this scenario in same exact words, while petting Lenin on the head (as was his habit, which contributed to Lenin's hair loss and thereby additional accumulation of unnecessary debris on the planet's surface).
Hail to thee our Alma Mater
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