When the global warming is highest in the HOT, hot summer times, all air levels in the atmosphere do expand and become more scattered and thinner
due to the extra heat constantly present. This extra THINNER air atmosphere allows more direct SUNLIGHT to enter quickly which in turn causes extra global warming -- affecting the two poles too.
The tilt of planet earth will bring more than global warming the tides will be higher in the northern and Southern Hemispheres and what happens in the middle latitudes is anyone's guessCould this shifting of of Earths Magnetic Pole cause the Earth axis to shift enough to cause Global Warming?
Hell no. Magnetic poles move all the time, even flip, but that doesn't change geographic north and the axis of the planet is not affected. Y'all are so desperate to cling to some alernative explantion that you don't stop to think.Could this shifting of of Earths Magnetic Pole cause the Earth axis to shift enough to cause Global Warming?