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Re: Global Warming is WITH US
« Reply #1605 on: December 30, 2018, 05:40:21 pm »
The Cause of Ice Ages and Global Warming on Planet Earth

February 2018

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The long collective trudge through the intricacies of field data and models gradually increased understanding of all the interacting forces that drive climate cycles. By around 2013 computer models had finally advanced to the point where modelers could get convincing glacial cycles. They ran a climate model to take account of variations in sunlight and the rise and fall of CO2, then took snapshots from this model and fed them into a model for ice-sheet behavior and fed the result back into their climate model. They found that the approximate 100,000-year cycle might be explained by the slow settling of rock under the colossal weight of the North American ice sheet. After several 23,000-year cycles the Earth's crust sagged so far that the ice's surface was at a low enough altitude to melt in summer — but only when orbital conditions brought increased sunlight in northern latitudes.(57a) This was a good start, but it was only one of several ideas about how a huge ice sheet might become unstable. More work would be needed before the entire pattern of interactions among bedrock, ice sheets, oceans, and climate could be well understood.


The invaluable fruit of a century of ice ages research was the recognition of how complex and powerful the feedbacks could be. An intriguing clue came from some especially good Antarctic ice core records that timed precisely the changes in the levels of CO2 and methane. The levels apparently rose or fell a few centuries after a rise or fall in temperature. Later and even more precise work reversed this, finding that the CO2 rise came first. Still later work concluded that if there was a lag either way, it was too small to be seen amid the noise. All this drove home that it scarcely mattered which came first, for the chief effect of the Milankovitch-cycle orbital changes was to initiate a powerful feedback loop.


The close of an ice age began when a shift in sunlight caused a rise of temperature, at first almost negligible. Over the next few centuries that would make gas levels rise (above all, as it turned out, through evaporation of CO2 from the vast Southern Ocean). The greenhouse effect would then drive the planet's temperature a bit higher still, which would drive a further rise in the gas levels... and so forth.(58)


=>CO2 greenhouse

Our current situation was altogether different. The warming was not started by a small shift of sunlight, as in previous epochs. Our addition of gases to the atmosphere was initiating the process, with the temperature rise 🌡️ lagging a few decades behind the rise of gas levels. Emissions were surging far more swiftly than anything in the Pleistocene record. Already by the 1980s the levels of greenhouse gases had climbed far higher than anything seen for many millions of years. Even if we stopped our emissions, would feedbacks drive things higher on their own? There were disturbing signs that feedbacks were indeed kicking in. Drying forests and warmer seawater were getting less efficient at taking CO2 out of the air, and methane was seen bubbling up from Arctic wetlands.
   

<=CO2 greenhouse

By the start of the 21st century, it was clear that the connection between global temperature and greenhouse gas levels was a major geological force. All through the Pleistocene, the greenhouse gas feedback had turned the planet's orbital cycles from minor climate variations to grand transformations that affected all life on the planet. The geological record gave a striking verification, with wholly independent methods and data, of the processes that computer models were predicting would bring a rapid and severe global warming — a disruption of climate exceeding anything seen since the emergence of the human species.

Read more: The Discovery of Global Warming 

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« Reply #1606 on: January 01, 2019, 04:44:47 pm »
DeDec 15, 2018 | 185,518 views | by Connect4Climate

15 year old activist Greta Thunberg speaks truth to power at the UN COP24 climate talks:

"My name is Greta Thunberg. I am 15 years old. I am from Sweden".


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Every time world experts meet to hash out a climate deal, Stuart Scott appears in the NGO Press Room to interview all the voices left out or shut out by authority. Stuart makes You tube videos, now posted at scientistswarning.org. I interviewed Stuart Scott in October. This time has a special guest. Greta Thunberg, a Swedish school girl with excellent English, learned about the climate threat at an early age. Seeing nothing happening to stop it, she left class to protest outside with a simple sign. She then sat outside Parliament, until they made her move. Now a whole generation has been inspired by her. Stuart Scott brought Greta to the Conference of the Parties 24 in Poland – the first big climate meeting since Paris in 2015.

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– Film-maker Sir David Attenborough at COP24, Poland. A video of his short talk “The World Is In Your Hands” is here.

“Right now, we are facing a man-made disaster of global scale – our greatest threat in thousands of years: climate change. If we don’t take action, the collapse of our civilizations, and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon.”


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« Reply #1607 on: January 01, 2019, 05:20:01 pm »
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... Dr. Jem Bendell a well-known Sustainability Professor from Britain walks out on green fantasy to tell us: change your plans. Climate change will collapse this system within ten years. I’m Alex Smith. Don’t miss this Radio Ecoshock show. 

You, or anyone, can download this program in either CD Quality (57 MB) or Lo-Fi (lower quality audio 14 MB, faster download) using these permanent links:

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« Reply #1608 on: January 02, 2019, 12:42:01 pm »


By Catie Keck

12/16/18 1:45pm Filed to: GREEN NEW DEAL

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As the Green New Deal pioneered by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez continues to gain momentum, the plan to wean the U.S. off of fossil fuels has now found support in more than 300 local and state government officials who called for the initiative in an open letter on Friday.

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Hundreds of Local and State Officials Just Endorsed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Deal 👍👍👍

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« Reply #1609 on: January 03, 2019, 05:49:46 pm »
This Is Not a Dress Rehearsal: Climate Can No Longer Wait  

By ALISON ROSE LEVY, TRUTHOUT

PUBLISHED January 3, 2019

In 2020, the year of the next US presidential election, we will likely begin what the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report defines as our final decade of opportunity to forestall or mitigate climate disruption. In 2019, we must assure that our elected leaders and presidential hopefuls seize this moment to act on climate change.

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Agelbert NOTE: Something like the following technofix scenario will probably be attempted if the CAPITALIST Profit Over People and Planet CORRUPT Status Quo continues to stifle Global Scale Action to eliminate the burnng of fossil fuels for energy and transition to a 100% Renewable Energy powered, pollution free economy where NO industry is allowed to pollute, be they chemical, phamaceutical, textile, construction or whatever.

The Plutocratic Parasites do not want to do that. They cannot accept the reality that their failed ideology is dooming a huge chunk of the biosphere, including humans. Facing reality is not their thing; it never has been.

So, when all the world's economies are crashing because of Catastrophic Climate Change, they will try a technofix for the purpose of maintaining their "profitable" multi-species extinction causing, pollution spewing, industrial status quo. 

Believe me, you do not want to be living in 2036🔥😓🌊😨, a mere 17 years from NOW, if the following multi-trillion dollar technofix is all the Plutocratic  Hydrocarbon Hellspawn Parasites can come up with:







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« Reply #1610 on: January 04, 2019, 05:46:39 pm »
The Big Wobble

Sunday, 30 December 2018


Deadly temperatures so high petrol pumps seize up! The mercury hit's 49.3 Celsius (120.74 F) in parts of Australia hottest 🚩 in 20 years
Seven people have drowned as a heatwave grips Australia, sending big crowds to the beach to cool down, while a tropical depression in the far north threatens to turn into a cyclone by New Year's Day. Five of the deaths were in the southeastern state of Victoria between Christmas Eve and Saturday.

A South Korean drowned on Christmas Day while snorkelling in a lake in the eastern state of New South Wales while another man died in the surf on the Sunshine Coast in the eastern state of Queensland.

Temperatures have soared to well over 40 degrees Celsius (104 F) from Western Australia down through the sparsely populated central desert into the populous eastern seaboard states for seven days, with the weather bureau predicting the heat to continue after a brief New Year's Eve respite.

"Over the coming days the heat will contract inland but will build again from mid-week on Wednesday," said Jonathan How, a forecaster at the Bureau of Meteorology.

The bureau's "extreme heatwave" warning included Australia's most populous city, Sydney, but sea-side cities including Hobart, Adelaide and Melbourne were cooled by sea breezes.

For the four-fifths of Australia's 25 million people who live on the coast, summer's heat typically sends them out to laze on the beach.

But for those who live in the arid centre, there is little respite.

At the Kulgera Road House, near the centre of Australia where the nearest town has a population of just 15, the temperature was so high the petrol pumps seized up.

"It's so hot the fuel doesn't flow," said Shelley Safran, the acting manager, by telephone.

The recent hot spell broke records on Thursday at Marble Bar in Western Australia's mineral-rich Pilbara region, where the mercury hit 49.3 Celsius (120.74 F), the highest recorded since the weather station opened in 1999.

December is the beginning of the Southern Hemisphere summer and the season brings cyclonic rains to the country's far north.

A tropical low has formed off the coast of far north Queensland which the weather bureau says has a moderate chance of developing into a cyclone over the next few days.

The bureau issued a storm warning on Sunday for damaging winds and flooding rains over the Cape York Peninsula on the far northern tip of Australia, including the bauxite mining town of Weipa.

http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/12/deadly-temperatures-so-high-petrol.html

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« Reply #1611 on: January 05, 2019, 02:00:55 pm »

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« Reply #1612 on: January 05, 2019, 04:13:03 pm »
 


Watching the World Burn 🔥: Truthout Readers Share Their 😓 Climate Stories

PUBLISHED January 4, 2019

BY Dahr Jamail, Truthout

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From record-setting wildfires in California to years-long drought in mainland Australia and flooding in Tasmania to devastating tree-infestations along the Mediterranean, the impacts of runaway climate change are becoming increasingly severe. Truthout readers from around the world share their first-hand observations of climate change as it has manifested itself in recent years.

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« Reply #1614 on: January 07, 2019, 01:32:33 pm »
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Listen to The Jellyfish

Climate change may be partly to blame for an epidemic of recent jellyfish stings in Australia, scientists say. Australian authorities report that more than 5,000 people were stung by bluebottle jellyfish over this weekend in Queensland alone, while 22,282 people sought treatment for a bluebottle sting in southeast Australia between December 1 and January 7—compared to just 6,831 during the same period last year.

Strong winds have blown jellyfish colonies towards the beaches in recent weeks, experts say, but warming oceans may be playing a part in boosting jellyfish populations by reducing predators and competitors. "Unlike other species, jellyfish are stimulated by just about any change to the ecosystem," Lisa Gershwin, a marine researcher at Australia's natural science agency, told the Washington Post. "So, it’s reasonable to say that the jellyfish might potentially be responding to the warmer-than-usual weather...Jellyfish are demanding our attention right now and we should be giving it to them. Those stings are an indication that something is wrong with our oceans—and we’re silly that we’re not listening."

https://news.abs-cbn.com/overseas/01/07/19/thousands-stung-in-australian-jellyfish-invasion

https://mailchi.mp/climatenexus/ca-utilities-confront-wildfire-bill-listening-to-the-jellyfish-more
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« Reply #1615 on: January 07, 2019, 02:20:37 pm »
An enormous waterfall gushes off the Nansen Ice Shelf in 2017. Credit: Jonathan Kingslake

January 4, 2019

Antarctic ice melts to January record low

The amount of sea ice around Antarctica has melted to a record low for January, scientists announced this week.

As of Jan. 1, there was 2.11 million square miles of sea ice around the continent, the smallest January area since records began in 1978, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center.

Sea ice is frozen ocean water that melts each summer, then refreezes each winter. Antarctic sea ice is typically at its smallest in late February or early March, toward the end of summer in the Southern Hemisphere.

“Antarctic sea ice extent is astonishingly low this year, not just near the Ross Ice Shelf, but around most of the continent,” Cecilia Bitz, a polar scientist at the University of Washington, told Grist magazine on Thursday.

Specifically, the area of sea ice around Antarctica on Jan. 1 was 11,600 square miles below the previous record low for that date, set in 2017. It was 726,000 square miles below average – an area roughly twice the size of the state of Texas.

With six to eight weeks remaining in the melt season, the ice center said it remains to be seen whether the Antarctic sea ice will set its all-time record-low minimum.

More: Ancient Antarctic ice sheet collapse could happen again, triggering a new global flood

More: Greenland's ice sheet melt has 'gone into overdrive' and is now 'off the charts'

Sea ice loss – especially in the Arctic and less so in the Antarctic – is one of the clearest signals of global warming, the National Climate Assessment reported last year.

In addition to human-caused warming of the Earth's atmosphere and oceans, multiple factors – including the geography of Antarctica, the region's winds, as well as air and ocean temperatures – affect the ice around Antarctica.

"Although it is too soon for us to isolate what caused the rapid December decline and recent record low extents, it is likely that unusual atmospheric conditions and high sea surface temperatures – important factors in the 2016-2017 record lows – are playing a role," according to a statement from the National Snow and Ice Data Center.

The center added that even though sea ice occurs primarily in the polar regions, it influences our global climate and weather patterns around the world.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2019/01/04/antarctic-sea-ice-melts-record-low-january-scientists/2481706002/

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Katharine Hayhoe 👍👍👍 Talks About Why Climate Change Is Real & Why She Still Has Hope

January 7th, 2019 by Steve Hanley

Katharine Hayhoe is an enigma to some. She is an evangelical Christian who is also an atmospheric scientist. Since 2005, Hayhoe has been a professor of political science at Texas Tech University. She has served as a reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and a lead author for the US National Climate Assessments.

Hayhoe may be best known for her book A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith-Based Decisions. Her primary mission is bridging the divide between atmospheric scientists, conservative politicians, and the evangelical community. On her blog, she says, “I write about the things I’m interested in: the fascinating nuances of climate science, why a changing climate matters to real people, how we’re going to solve it, and what faith has to do with fixing this global challenge.”


A Thermometer Is Not Liberal Or Conservative

Recently she sat down with Guardian contributor Jonathan Watts to talk about climate science, politics, and why she continues to be hopeful for the future of civilization. The following is excerpted from that article. Asked about the importance of the IPCC 6 climate report and the US government climate assessment, both of which were published in late 2018, Hayhoe said, “Assessments like these provide us with a vision of the future if we continue on our current pathway, and by doing so they address the most widespread and dangerous myth that the largest number of us have bought into: not that the science isn’t real, but rather that climate change doesn’t matter to me personally.”

The role of the media got her attention next. “Climate change shouldn’t be fodder for commentators who represent the interests of the fossil fuel industry by muddying the science. As a human and a scientist, this focus on controversy is frustrating. A thermometer is not liberal or conservative.”


Three Keys To Climate Action

Hayhoe says she can see a difference between attitudes toward climate change ten years ago and today. “Today, most people can point to a specific way climate affects their daily lives. This is important because the three key steps to action are accepting that climate change is real, recognizing it affects us, and being motivated to do something to fix it. Opinion polls in the US show 70% of people agree the climate is changing, but a majority still say it won’t affect them.”

The Trump Effect

After the latest climate assessment from the US government was published, the alleged president of the United States brushed it off. “I don’t believe it,” he said dismissively. Hayhoe commented on the politics behind that statement.

“It’s a vicious cycle. The more doom-filled reports the scientists release, the stronger the push back from politicians whose power, ideology and funding depends on maintaining the status quo, and who are supported by those who fear the solutions to climate change more than they fear its impacts.

“Opposition to climate change is a symptom of a society that is politically polarized between those who cling to the past and those who recognize the need for a better future. Fossil fuels have brought us many benefits — and I’m grateful for their contribution to my life — but the solution to our current crisis is to stop using them. That change can be scary, especially for those with most to lose financially from this shift. If you feel threatened, the instinctive reaction is to push back.”


An “Oh, Moment
Tom Toles "What's a tipping point?" cartoon (The Madhouse Effect)

Will average global temperatures rise 1.5º C, 2.5º C, or more? Hayhoe says she isn’t sure, but believes they will rise until the people of the world come to a common consensus that climate change is clear and present danger to humanity.

“I’d put my money on a gradual bend away from a higher scenario, which is where we are now, until accumulating and worsening climate disasters eventually lead to a collective “oh !” moment, when people finally realize climate impacts do pose a far greater threat than the solutions.

“At that point, I would hope the world would suddenly ramp up its carbon reduction to the scale of a Manhattan Project or a moon race and we would finally be able to make serious progress. The multitrillion-dollar question is simply when that tipping point in opinion will come, and whether it will be too late for civilizsation as we know it. I hope with all my heart that we stay under 1.5C, but my cynical brain says 3C. Perhaps the reality will be somewhere between my head and my heart at 2C.”

We should pause for a moment here to point out that a 2 degree rise in average global temperatures will bring with it cataclysmic changes that will threaten the existence of millions of species currently living on the Earth — including humans. It will bring rising sea levels, powerful storms, and catastrophic droughts. Hundreds of millions if not billions of people will migrate in search of food and water. If you think how paranoid people are by a few thousand refugees at America’s southern border, image the fear and loathing when their numbers rise a thousand fold or more!


Finding Reasons For Hope

Against the backdrop of impending climate havoc, are there any reasons to have hope for the Earth? Hayhoe believes there are, but shrugs off the likelihood that massive geoengineering projects will be the solution. “I believe it is important to discuss and study these technologies very thoroughly, because implementing some of them, like solar radiation management is extremely risky. It would be like giving an experimental drug to every human on the planet before it had been tested.”

“I’m more hopeful about smaller scale, less risky geoengineering projects that suck carbon dioxide out of the air, such as those being trialed by Climeworks to turn carbon into stone or fuel or even massive tree-planting efforts, as in Bhutan.”

The divestment movement is also becoming a powerful force for change. “When money talks the world listens,” she says. The rapid advances in solar and wind energy also provide a basis for hope. “There’s the encouraging news such as solar being the fastest growing power source around the world, clean energy jobs growing from India to the US, and new technology being developed every year that drops the price and increases the accessibility of fossil fuel alternatives,” she says, then buttresses her argument by referring to changes happening even in deeply conservative states as demonstrated by the “take-up of renewables even in conservative states like Texas, which now gets 20% of its energy from wind and solar power.”


Eyes On The Prize

“Scientists are not just disembodied brains floating in a glass jar,” Hayhoe says.

“We are humans who want the same thing every other human wants — a safe place to live on this planet we call home. So while our work must continue to be unbiased and objective, increasingly we are raising our voices, adding to the clear message that climate change is real and humans are responsible, the impacts are serious and we must act now, if we want to avoid the worst of them.”

“The most important thing is to accelerate the realization that we have to act. This means connecting the dots to show that the impacts are not distant any more. They are here and they affect our lives. It means weaning ourselves off fossil fuels, which is challenged by the fact that the majority of the world’s richest companies have made their money from the fossil fuel economy, so the majority of the wealth and power remains in their hands.”

Climate Change Is Relentless

Summing up, Hayhoe says, “Climate change is a long term trend superimposed over natural variability. There will be good and bad years, just like there are for a patient with a long term illness, but it isn’t going away. To stabilize climate change, we have to eliminate our carbon emissions. And we’re still a long way away from that.”

The bottom line? Stop burning fossil fuels. Right now, this very minute. Is that realistic? Of course not, but it is the only way humanity is going to survive the coming climate emergency. If we adjust our thinking to make the elimination of fossil fuels as soon as possible our primary goal, the time when such a thing is possible gets nearer. The best way to accomplish that goal is to put a price on fossil fuels that accurately reflects their social costs. Sure such an idea is unpalatable, but so is extinction.

https://cleantechnica.com/2019/01/07/katharine-hayhoe-talks-about-why-climate-change-is-real-why-she-still-has-hope/


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💐 Thank you Scientist Katherine Hayhoe. You are one of the great truth tellers of our time.
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« Reply #1618 on: January 09, 2019, 09:43:07 pm »
Agelbert NOTE: Yes, this belongs here. The REAL emergency is compared with the contrived one.

January 9, 2019

Trump’s 🦀 State of Emergency? – with Paul Jay & Gerald Horne

If Donald Trump follows through on his threat to declare a state of emergency, it puts the American state further into deep crisis – with historian Dr. Gerald Horn and host Paul Jay


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« Reply #1619 on: January 11, 2019, 01:16:39 pm »
Flat Earth Cruise Proves Why Humans Will Absolutely, Positively Destroy The Earth

January 10th, 2019 by Steve Hanley

Excellent article with video and great comments, also with video and graphics:

https://cleantechnica.com/2019/01/10/flat-earth-cruise-proves-why-humans-will-absolutely-positively-destroy-the-earth/

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