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« Reply #180 on: Sep 9th, 2017, 1:00pm »

These two vids are for Rush Limbaugh:

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« Reply #181 on: Sep 11th, 2017, 3:19pm »

"Tinfoil hats are what conservatives wear." - Paul Krugman

"Conspiracies, Corruption and Climate"
- Paul Krugman - NYT's - Monday, May 11, 2017

Excerpt quote from Krugman's OP-ED column: "The bottom line is that we are now ruled by people who are completely alienated not just from the scientific community, but from the scientific idea. The notion that objective assessment of evidence is the way to understand the world. And this willful ignorance is deeply frightening. Indeed, it might end up destroying civilization."

http://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/11/opinion/columnists/climate-rush-limbaugh-hurricanes.html?smid=tw-share
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« Reply #183 on: Sep 23rd, 2017, 1:19pm »

"By 2100, Oceans May Hold Enough Carbon to Launch Sixth Mass Extinction of Species, Mathematics Predicts"

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« Reply #184 on: Sep 30th, 2017, 12:28pm »

"Morning of infamy"

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« Reply #185 on: Nov 6th, 2017, 3:57pm »

US government report says that climate change is real — and humans are to blame

Conclusions of climate-change science analysis are at odds with US President Donald Trump’s policies.

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03 November 2017

From warmer temperatures to more extreme weather, melting glaciers and rising sea levels, humanity is fundamentally changing the planet by pumping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, US government scientists said on 3 November in their latest assessment of climate science.

The average global temperature has increased by 1 °C since the pre-industrial era, the 477-page report says — adding that the past 115 years comprise the warmest period “in the history of modern civilization”. The analysis warns that temperatures could increase by another 4 °C by the end of the century, with dramatic consequences for humans and natural ecosystems.

The findings are at odds with the policies of US President Donald Trump, who has questioned well-established tenets of climate science and vowed to protect and promote the US fossil-fuel industry. Trump’s stances led many scientists to worry that his administration would try to block or tamper with the climate-change assessment, but several scientists who helped to write the document reported no problems.

“We weren’t interfered with, and we ended up producing something that I think is of tremendous value,” says David Fahey, an atmospheric scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder, Colorado, and a coordinating lead author of the analysis.

The climate-science report is the first volume of the fourth National Climate Assessment, a legally mandated analysis of the causes and impacts of global warming that is due in 2018. The second volume focuses on how climate change is affecting life in the United States, from crop yields to property damage from extreme weather. That document was released in draft form, along with a report on the carbon cycle. The US National Academy of Sciences is set to review the latter two documents.

“The science speaks for itself,” says Don Wuebbles, a climate scientist at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a coordinating lead author of the climate-science report. “It’s hard to counteract the basic observations and the truth of the science with any kind of political playing around.”

The trio of documents paints a dramatic picture of how global warming is affecting people and communities across the United States. Tidal flooding is accelerating in more than 25 cities along the coasts of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Large forest fires have become more frequent in the western part of the country, and warmer spring temperatures combined with shrinking mountain snowpack are reducing the amount of water available to the region’s cities and farms. As a result, the draft climate-impacts report warns, “chronic, long-duration hydrological drought is increasingly possible before the end of the century”.

The climate-science report was released just days before the latest United Nations climate talks kick off in Bonn, Germany. The summit will be the first major meeting of its kind since Trump vowed to pull the United States out of the 2015 Paris climate pact.

Few observers expect the US government’s latest set of climate-change analyses to affect how the Trump administration approaches energy and environmental issues. In August, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration disbanded an advisory committee that was intended to help the nation prepare for a warmer climate by translating the findings of the coming climate assessment into guidance for cities, states and industry.

Nor is it clear whether senior Trump administration officials will accept the reports’ core scientific conclusions. As recently as March, US Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt said he did not believe that carbon dioxide is a major driver of global warming.

Nonetheless, many scientists and environmentalists lauded the new reports for bolstering the case for more-aggressive action against climate change.

“The full assessment, when it gets published, is going to show that there are palpable impacts that are going to hit every part of the country,” says Andrew Light, a senior fellow at the World Resources Institute, an environmental think-tank based in Washington DC. “It’s the responsibility of leaders to take note of that and act accordingly.”

https://www.nature.com/news/us-government-report-says-that-climate-change-is-real-and-humans-are-to-blame-1.22958?WT.ec_id=NEWSDAILY-20171106&utm_source=briefing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20171106
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« Reply #186 on: Nov 6th, 2017, 6:59pm »

Technologies to suck carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere have to start scaling up massively, until we’re artificially pulling 5 gigatons of CO2 per year out of the atmosphere by 2050 — nearly double what all the world’s trees and soils already do.

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Have they heard about trees we cut down or purned, they suck up lots of co2 stop razing the rainforests to make room for bio tech plants and and may something will happen. Same in Africa..people starving they took lands that grew food and replaced with grains for bio fuel..fixed one problem and started two..Dumping waste and chems in the ocean hasn't helped either..killing off natural plankton that also absorb co2..and disrupt cycles..imposing a universal tax..is crazy..
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« Reply #187 on: Nov 7th, 2017, 07:18am »

This planet is the only one we have and we may never survive ourselves long enough to invent star ships to become a multi-planetary civilization. Evidence of the human footprint is everywhere ie trash dead zones in the oceans, nano-particles of plastic in the fish we eat, a blanket of industrial soot covering the arctic ice pack, sky no longer blue near the horizon, agricultural and tropical insect migration north, ground water contamination with industrial and biochemical waste. I like most things Trump hopes to accomplish but am very troubled by his disdain for planet wide pollution and global temperature rise.
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« Reply #188 on: Nov 7th, 2017, 09:51am »

"I like most things Trump hopes to accomplish but am very troubled by his disdain for planet wide pollution and global temperature rise."


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« Reply #189 on: Nov 7th, 2017, 11:07am »

I was being facetious with the penguin..but am serious about our other activities..there is plenty for everyone to do...take the one you can best do do..in your own locality..and work from there.. The EPA took the fines and did not restore anything..just passed to left wing groups that saw it was a good raacket..
I believe also there has been some second thoughts by him..on this matter....so that may change..
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« Reply #191 on: Nov 8th, 2017, 08:23am »

Breaking:Hot News from the Antarctic Underground!

Study Bolsters Theory of Heat Source Under West Antarctica

A new NASA study adds evidence that a geothermal heat source called a mantle plume lies deep below Antarctica's Marie Byrd Land, explaining some of the melting that creates lakes and rivers under the ice sheet. Although the heat source isn’t a new or increasing threat to the West Antarctic ice sheet, it may help explain why the ice sheet collapsed rapidly in an earlier era of rapid climate change, and why it is so unstable today.

The stability of an ice sheet is closely related to how much water lubricates it from below, allowing glaciers to slide more easily. Understanding the sources and future of the meltwater under West Antarctica is important for estimating the rate at which ice may be lost to the ocean in the future.

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« Reply #192 on: Nov 14th, 2017, 02:17am »

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