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« Reply #105 on: Jan 19th, 2017, 6:18pm »


Hal, there is a song. Mods may delete it, I completely understand and honor it if so. But, I MUST post ! wink


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Sadly, it's the way the world is these days.....Should we just "bow down" or "bend over" and take it ? I think not.....

THAT has gone on for too long imho ! Same with Iran, or any other !!!

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« Reply #106 on: Jan 19th, 2017, 8:19pm »

I'm like Hal..wait and see..
While we have the majority of innovators in this country at the current time, that does not mean there are none in other countries. France is working on Fusion. I have no idea what Cern is doing besides holding faux cult ceremonies with Shiva..I would cut their funding too..Chip makers are pulling back on as they seem to have hit the top and consumption is less..everyone will have to go into austerity mode.. but we have a saying..necessity is the mother of invention..and I have no doubt something will pop up in water extraction and air filtration..two important items for survival..the same with earth and ocean replenishment....Nature will also be busy..despite our efforts and I predict some plagues are on their way for which little is available to cope with them. Forced population displacements wreak haoc on natural barriers to disease..
Very great and very terrible things..but always a sliver of hope remains. With Trump..I dont think China will be able to use Nkorea as usual to bluff their way..They are near starvation and cannibalism already..the later popping up in prisons in Venezuela and Brazil and even the ME..The true effects of war have yet to be fully told..albeit the Russians are all too familar with it..
This alignment we see happening had to happen. I don't believe Trump will follow the Kissinger plan of 40 years ago..to make China the bad guy.this was Clintons plan or pivot as well...despite what we see for public consumption..If Putin has done anything is establish loyalty..all three current leaders seem remarkably suited for these times and lead effectivelly.Once Trump establishes he is control and not the MIC things will go even better...thats why its best to wait and see..we did all we can do..and much much too early to declare buyers remorse

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« Reply #107 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 12:09am »


Just In
The Arctic Ocean is warming up, icebergs are growing scarcer and insome
places the seals are finding the water too hot, according to a report to the
Commerce Department yesterday from Consulate at Bergen Norway

Reports from fishermen, seal hunters and explorers all point to a radical
change inclimate conditions and hitherto unheard-of temperatures in the Arctic zone.

Exploration expeditions report that scarcely any ice has been met as far
north as 81 degrees 29 minutes.

Soundings to a depth of 3,100 meters showed the gulf stream still very
warm.

Great masses of ice have been replaced by moraines of earth and stones,
the report continued, while at many points well known glaciers have entirely
disappeared.

Very few seals and no white fish are found in the eastern Arctic, while
vast shoals of herring and smelts which have never before ventured so far
north, are being encountered in the old seal fishing grounds.

Within a few years it is predicted that due to the ice melt the sea will
rise and make most coastal cities uninhabitable.

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I must apologize.

I neglected to mention that this report was from November 2, 1922, as
reported

by the AP and published in The Washington Post - 93 years ago.
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« Reply #108 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 12:54pm »

The New York Times --- Thursday, January 19, 2017

"FOR THIRD YEAR IN ROW THE EARTH HIT RECORD HEAT"

"Threat to Society and Nature Is Rising --- Scale of Shift Startles Scientists"

By JUSTIN GILLIS

"Marking another milestone for a changing planet, scientists reported on Wednesday that the Earth reached its highest temperature on record in 2016, trouncing a record set only a year earlier, which beat one set in 2014. It is the first time in the modern era of global warming data that temperatures have blown past the previous record three years in a row.

The findings come two days before the inauguration of an American president who has called global warming a Chinese plot and vowed to roll back his predecessor's efforts to cut emissions of heat-trapping gasses.

In reality, the Earth is heating up, a point long beyond serious scientific dispute, but one becoming more evident as the records keep falling. Temperatures are heading toward levels that many experts believe will pose a profound threat to both the natural world and to human civilization."

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« Reply #109 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 1:08pm »

"In 2015 and 2016, the planetary warming was intensified by the weather pattern known as El Nino, in which the Pacific Ocean released a huge burst of energy and water vapor into the atmosphere. But the bigger factor in setting the records was the long-term trend of rising temperature, which scientists say is being driven by increasing levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses.

'A single warm year is something of a curiosity,' said Deke Arndt, chief of global climate monitoring for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 'It's really a trend, and the fact that we're punching at the ceiling every year now, that is the real indicator that we're undergoing big changes.'"


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« Reply #110 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 1:37pm »

Trump vows to withdraw any money for study of climate change.

Trump vows to limit the EPA.

Trump vows to end coal and fracking restrictions.

Trump wants to build oil pipe lines.

The "Donald" says the earth does its thing, and we have no control.



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« Reply #111 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 1:42pm »

"The heat extremes were especially pervasive in the Arctic, with temperatures in the fall running 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit above normal across large stretches of the Arctic Ocean. Sea ice in that region has been in precipitous decline for years, and Arctic communities are already wrestling with enormous problems, such as rapid coastal erosion, caused by the changing climate.

'What's going on in the Arctic is really that impressive; this year was ridiculously off the chart,' said Gavin A. Schmidt, head of the Goddard Institute for Space Studies in Manhattan, a unit of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration that tracks global temperatures.

But Arctic people were hardly alone in felling the heat. Drought and starvation affected Africa. On May 19, the people in the town of Phalodi lived through the hottest day in the recorded history of India, 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit.


El Nino has now ended, and climate scientists almost universally expect 2017 to be cooler than the year before. But the scale of the heat burst has been startling to many of the experts, and some of them fear an accelerated era of global warming could be at hand over the next few years.

Even at current temperatures, billions of tons of land ice are melting or sliding into the ocean. The sea is also absorbing most of the heat trapped by human emissions. Those factors are causing the ocean to rise at what appears to be an accelerating pace, and coastal communities in the United States are beginning to spend billions to fight increased tidal flooding. Their pleas for help from Congress have largely been ignored."

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« Reply #112 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 1:50pm »

on Jan 21st, 2017, 1:42pm, Erno86 wrote:
"The heat extremes were especially pervasive in the Arctic, with temperatures in the fall running 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit above normal across large stretches of the Arctic Ocean. Sea ice in that region has been in precipitous decline for years, and Arctic communities are already wrestling with enormous problems, such as rapid coastal erosion, caused by the changing climate.

'What's going on in the Arctic is really that impressive; this year was ridiculously off the chart,' said Gavin A. Schmidt, head of the Goddard Institute for Space Studies in Manhattan, a unit of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration that tracks global temperatures.

But Arctic people were hardly alone in felling the heat. Drought and starvation affected Africa. On May 19, the people in the town of Phalodi lived through the hottest day in the recorded history of India, 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit.


El Nino has now ended, and climate scientists almost universally expect 2017 to be cooler than the year before. But the scale of the heat burst has been startling to many of the experts, and some of them fear an accelerated era of global warming could be at hand over the next few years.

Even at current temperatures, billions of tons of land ice are melting or sliding into the ocean. The sea is also absorbing most of the heat trapped by human emissions. Those factors are causing the ocean to rise at what appears to be an accelerating pace, and coastal communities in the United States are beginning to spend billions to fight increased tidal flooding. Their pleas for help from Congress have largely been ignored."

to be cont'd


So, if this can be fixed, do you,
or any one else, think politics or captains of industry can fix it ?
cuz, I suspect we have not been given, any of their fixes,
but we might be asked to pay for them.

As they do what, we do not know, what they will do.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biXnwOMznkg

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« Reply #113 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 2:06pm »

"The finding that a record had been set for a third year in a row was released on Wednesday by three government agencies, two of them American and one British, that track measurements made by ships, buoys and land-based weather stations. The analyze the figures to correct for known problems, producing an annual average temperature for the surface of the Earth. The national meteorological agency of Japan confirmed the findings in a preliminary analysis.


In the British data set, 2016 set a record by only a small amount; the margin was larger in the NOAA data set and larger in NASA's. NASA does more work than the other groups to take full account of Arctic temperatures, and several scientists said they believed the NASA record to be most accurate. for 2016 for that reason.


NASA's calculations suggested that the planet had warmed by well over by a half-degree Fahrenheit from 2013 to 2016. That is a huge change for the surface of an entire planet to undergo in just three years, and it appears to be the largest temperature increase over a three-year period in the NASA record, which begins in 1880."

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« Reply #114 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 2:23pm »

on Jan 21st, 2017, 1:50pm, MOKSHA wrote:
So, if this can be fixed, do you,
or any one else, think politics or captains of industry can fix it ?
cuz, I suspect we have not been given, any of their fixes,
but we might be asked to pay for them.

As they do what, we do not know, what they will do.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biXnwOMznkg

A


This climate disaster can be easily fixed, if the star travelers who occasionally visit our planet gave us their secrets about magnetically controlled fusion power production. {I've seen a perfect example of this...when I night witnessed a foo fighter back in 1976, approx. 40 miles west of Washington D.C.} --- Even if they don't give us their fusion power secrets --- I still know that their style of fusion power production does exist and is feasible; if we only strive to achieve that type of scientific technology ourselves.

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« Reply #115 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 2:43pm »

"The findings about a record-warm year were also confirmed by the Berkeley Earth surface temperature project, a nonprofit California group set up to provide a temperature analysis independent of governments. That group, however, did not find that three records had been set in a row; in its analysis, 2010 was slightly warmer than 2014.

In addition to the surface measurements, satellites are used to measure the temperature of the atmosphere within a few miles of the surface. Two groups that analyze these figures showed a record-warm 2016 in data going back to 1978, though in one data set it was a record by only a small margin.

Since 1980, NOAA's records were set three years in a row: in 1939, 1940 and 1941. The Earth has warmed so much in recent decades, however, that 1941 now ranks as only the 37-warmest year on record."

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« Reply #116 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 4:37pm »

OK,3 years of high temperatures from how long a time period?? 3 years out of how damned many years has mankind or their former human types have been here?? How long has there been a records kept??

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« Reply #117 on: Jan 21st, 2017, 5:30pm »

on Jan 21st, 2017, 1:37pm, Nyx wrote:
Trump vows to withdraw any money for study of climate change.

Trump vows to limit the EPA.

Trump vows to end coal and fracking restrictions.

Trump wants to build oil pipe lines.

The "Donald" says the earth does its thing, and we have no control.






Not much to ask..but
I draw the line at whales Elephants and Animal protection..He better leave those protections in place
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« Reply #118 on: Jan 24th, 2017, 4:42pm »

BREAKING: Washington --- The Trump Administration has instituted what it described as a temporary media blackout at the Environmental Protection Agency and barred staff from awarding any new contacts or grants.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-admin-orders-epa-contract-freeze-and-media-blackout/ar-AAmbKXU?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp
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« Reply #119 on: Jan 24th, 2017, 5:28pm »

Am I correct in saying that the guy who is to tun the EPA was in favour of shutting it down ?

As for the rejuvenated coal industry.

A number of years ago Sweden was suffering badly from deforestation due to acid rain. The acid rain was caused by UK coal fired power stations emitting Sulphur into the atmosphere.

The cost of fitting 'scrubbers' into the exhaust stack is horrendous.

As the wind isn't too choosy where it blows the pollution (Canada ?) I wonder if this has been taken into consideration.

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