(Reuters) – On a windswept Swedish mountain, a 10,000-year-old spruce with a claim to be the world’s oldest tree is getting a new lease of life thanks to global warming, even as many plants are struggling.
Unprecedented global warming kills trees, except for 10,000 year old trees who didn’t get the memo.
Everyone thought it would be warmer and nice weather. But suddenly it’s wetter and colder in some regions,” said Lars-Otto Reiersen, head of the Secretariat of the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme
He must be confused. Colder weather is proof of global warming, and is exactly what they predicted all along. This new warm weather (cleverly disguised as cold weather) makes old trees rejuvenate.