Does planetary tilt affect global warming?
Warming oceans could cause a shift to the earth's tilt.
The planets's axis is constantly changing due to constant changes in the distribution of the mass around the earth.
The north pole is migrating along 79 degree W at the rate of 10 cm each year.
Melting of Greenland's islands has resulted in the Earth tilting at an annual rate of 2.6 cm annually and may significantly increase in the coming years.