1. (Physical Geography) the long-term prevalent weather conditions of an area, determined by latitude, position relative to oceans or continents, altitude, etc,
1. The state of the atmosphere at a given time and place, with respect to variables such as temperature, moisture, wind velocity, and barometric pressure.
There are Biblical accounts of historical climate change. The great flood most notable. The historical account of Noah's experience is given in a simplified story, easy to pass down through the generations. It may seem far fetched that Noah could have prepared a vessel that would save his family and all living creatures on the earth. Imagine what a modern day Noah would do, if he understood the changes in climate that would bring about a destruction, that would wipe out all of humanity and it's creatures. He would have at his disposal the technology to preserve the genes of every living plant and animal. All protected in tiny vials. His ark would be furnished with all the laboratory equipment necessary to selectively clone humanity and all living plants and creatures. God promised He would never again destroy the earth by water. He didn't say anything about allowing humanity to burn themselves up. Climate change is real. It's the result of a 150+ years of the earths human population exploding from 200 Billion to more than 700 Billion. That's not rocket science. Just common sense.
Time & Tide Changes Everything