"Global Warming" Anomalies.

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  1. JulieW

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    Good news - Greta did it! Swedes rejoice! :cool:

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    Of course, some climate deniers are not happy:
    "The sudden snowfall – brilliantly known as a 'snow cannon'in Swedish – created huge problems for many commuters on Wednesday. Many buses across the capital and beyond were cancelled, and drivers were forced to abandon their cars on the motorway. Several reported being stuck in their cars for ten hours. --
    At 3am on Thursday traffic authorities were still at work salvaging vehicles that had got stuck in the snow, and warned commuters not to bring their car to work. Public transport operator SL also said that delays were expected on Thursday, especially for buses, and the local authority urged Stockholmers to work from home if possible."
     
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    Why There Needs To Be A Public Inquiry Into The BOM

     
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    The depopulation would probably be focused on America since we are about the only armed populace and they'd probably want to get rid of those types of people. It would be the only meaningful resistance.
    They can starve out some places by the millions with little or no problem and others would be more difficult.
    The endless debts we are acquiring now and failing policies thanks to Chump and his sell out predecessors and a rush of migrants in the future (along with economic destruction) will usher in the next phase of the takeover. These things take time and new normals need to be ingrained slowly so the sheep dont get spooked. If they panic and run off the cliff to soon they wont have a chance to fleece them first.
    Until then dont dig too deep, there are plenty of distractions to keep your mind busy! Have you heard about the baby that was born pregnant?
     
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    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/11/181129122500.htm

    • 157m more vulnerable people were subjected to a heatwave in 2017 than in 2000, and 18m more than in 2016.
    • 153bn hours of work were lost in 2017 due to extreme heat as a result of climate change. China alone lost 21bn hours, the equivalent of a year's work for 1.4% of their working population. India lost 75bn hours, equivalent to 7% of their total working population.
    • Heat greatly exacerbates urban air pollution, with 97% of cities in low- and middle- income countries not meeting WHO air quality guidelines.
    • Heat stress, an early and severe effect of climate change, is commonplace and we, and the health systems we rely on, are ill equipped to cope.
    • Rising temperatures and unseasonable warmth is responsible for cholera and dengue fever spreading, with vectorial capacity for their transmission increasing across many endemic areas.
    • The mean global temperature change to which humans are exposed is more than double the global average change, with temperatures rising 0.8°C versus 0.3°C.
     
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    The world adds 80 million new people per year -- the population equivalent of the five largest cities in the world. That's like a new Shanghai, a new Beijing, a new New Delhi, a new Lagos, and a new Tianjin being added every year.

    if you take the median projection of population growth by the UN Population Division from now to 2050 -- an additional 2.5 billion people -- and multiply that times the admittedly low per capita carbon emissions of a citizen in the developing world, it's the climate equivalent of adding two United States to the planet.
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    Means that at least 50% of that scary sounding "157m more vulnerable people" are due to population growth in high fertility countries e.g. in Africa. Oh, and then there's this (it's getting colder on Northern Hemisphere):
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    It's not the Western civilisations that are adding to world population, most Western countries and Japan are in birthrate decline and they are also the most pollution sensitive and have the strictest rules regarding pollution of all kinds. So I agree, it's a problem caused by non- Western nations. I wish the useless pathetic activists would stop picking on the countries that are not causing these issues and go after India, Africa, China and the other breeders. But of course they won't because they are cowards and only go for soft targets.
     
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    https://www.scientificamerican.com/...rce=twitter&utm_campaign=SciAm_&sf208405832=1

    A warming ocean loses oxygen for two reasons: First, the warmer a liquid becomes, the less gas it can hold. That is why carbonated beverages go flat faster when left in the sun, Oschlies says. Second, as polar sea ice melts, it forms a layer of buoyant water at the sea surface above colder, more saline waters. This process creates a sort of lid that can keep currents from mixing surface water down to deeper depths. And because all oxygen enters this habitat at the surface—either directly from the atmosphere or from surface-dwelling phytoplankton producing it during photosynthesis—less mixing means less of it at depth.
     
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    [QUOTE="jultorsk, post: 1110557, member: 29078"Oh, and then there's this (it's getting colder on Northern Hemisphere):
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    Could you please point to me the scientific source that shows it’s getting colder in the Northern Hemisphere. Thanks.
     
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    Weren't we supposed to be in an ice age now? 20 years ago that was their guesses.
     
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    More heat means more rains and longer growing seasons. Not to be concerned.
    Its called a cycle and it's normal. Nothing stays the same and theres nothing that governments can do to stop it. Even if it were real.
     
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    Governments are incapable of fixing basic problems, even less of a chance fixing problems that they cause. Theres no chance in hell they can even remotely come close to fixing the climate hahaha. Why would any sane person ever think different. They are complete and utter failures at every turn.
    It's a unicorn fairytale.
    With every prediction wrong for the last 50 years there is little to debate about this.
     
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    When I see a 95% uncertainty, it sounds to me like they've got a 5% chance of being correct? Is there anyone good with numbers who can clarify this?
     
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    http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/

    Monthly sea ice extent reached a record low in October as assessed over the period of satellite observations. The linear rate of sea ice decline for October is 81,400 square kilometers (31,400 square miles) per year, or 9.8 percent per decade relative to the 1981 to 2010 average.
     

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