Global Warming Breaks July Records

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    ..."July 2019 has replaced July 2016 as the hottest month on record, with meteorologists saying that global temperatures marginally exceeded the previous record.

    .....The European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Programme, which analyzes temperature data from around the planet, said that July was around 0.56 °C warmer than the global average temperature between 1981-2010.
    That's slightly hotter than July 2016, when the world was in the throes of one of the strongest El Niño events on record.

    ..El Niño events are characterized by warming of the ocean waters in the Pacific Ocean and have a pronounced warming effect on the Earth's average temperature.

    ...Though there was a weak El Niño in place during the first part of 2019, it is transitioning to a more neutral phase, making the extreme July temperatures even more alarming."....

    Duhh!


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    Even though the 1300's to 1700's was CALLED THE MINI ICE AGE

    Warming up now is normal

    Medieval people talked about the warming up, it's a cycle

    DUHHHH
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    --> @Dr.Franklin
    Normal is as normal does.
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    yep
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    .."Dorian Breaking Records

    That same wind speed — 185 mph — puts Hurricane Dorian second on the list of Atlantic storms with the fastest recorded winds. The only stronger storm was Hurricane Allen in 1980, with sustained winds at 190 mph.".....


    ..."Hurricane Dorian intensified into a Category 5 on Sunday morning, becoming the fifth Atlantic hurricane in the past four years to reach this highest level on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.
    Dorian's intensification into a Category 5 marked the fourth year in a row the Atlantic basin has had at least one hurricane reach that strength. That's the most consecutive years on record with at least one Category 5 in the Atlantic, topping a three-year stretch from 2003 to 2005."...

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    Dorain is a normal hurricane
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    --> @Dr.Franklin
    funny thing about "records" there has to be a high and a low for there to even be a "record" anything, records are meant to be broken as they say, happens in sports all the time.  records breaking fish, # of animals, size etc etc  Now if the record is broken every year in the same direction, that would be something to worry about.
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    No, breaking warming records is normal

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    Except the little ice age was a smaller change that happened over a longer period of time.

    We also know what caused it, solar activity and extra volcanoes... it wasnt some cycle, it wasnt the much slowler 1000s years real ice age. It was specific events. 

    This time its also natural. A specific animal is producing too much of something. Nature has ways to balance those out, lets try to do it ourselves before nature kills us.
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    This time its also natural. A specific animal is producing too much of something. Nature has ways to balance those out, lets try to do it ourselves before nature kills us.
    Your in denial of truth, if not also the facts.

    Humans are a part of nature as any other phenomena. 

    The writing on the wall is more than just children around the world leaving school and marching to the same tune.

    Their reading the writing of their future and they will not be silent or passive about Erractic Climate Change and humans natures part in it.

    Many of us --ex me-- will be long dead when some of what due to hit in 50 to 100 years from now as were only experiencing tip of a relatively and potentially extremme global climate change far faster than the ice age we have been entering for a few years now.

    Get real dude and get your self educated and  place your ego to the side.




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    Yep.

    What you are saying is that everything is real.

    And I assume that everything is real.
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    The writing is on the wall but some sseemingly mature adults have a mental block to literacy. Go figure.  There is a cult going on around here.

    ..."Between July 31 and Aug. 3 alone, more than 58 billion tons melted from the surface. The average for this time of year is less than 18 billion tons. And that doesn’t even count the huge calving events or the warm water eating away at the glaciers from below."...



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    Like the polar bear, man has no natural predators, so the only way nature can balance the population is through starvation.

    Every time I see a video of a starving polar bear, I clap for the balance of nature.
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    You act as if nature has a will. If that was so, we would have been culled long ago. There is no magical check, it was simply coincidence due to species unable to plan for the future and learn the deeper secrets of their world. Eventually something will come to kill them, something they wont see coming. We can see it coming, whether we do something or not is a different question. 
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    Every species on the planet has a set time to go.

    Do you go gracefully?

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    The deniers are in denial of truth and facts  and especially two primary considerations both of which
    directly assoiated with 7.5 billion humans on Earth

    1} regarding well documented, Earths surface temperature is increasing,

    2} the increasing surface temperatures are due to human actions and specifically increase of greenhouse gases { green house effect known
    to me since at least 1979 } Sad :--( )--:


    ..."With a landscape covered in snow for much of the year, these forests of spruce, pine, and larch are moist and cool and surprisingly rich in carbon.

    ...Organic matter tends to accumulate on the taiga floor because the cool conditions suppress decay. In fact, boreal environments store an
    estimated one-fifth to one-third of all terrestrial carbon stocks (between the trees and the soils beneath them).

    ...With all of that fuel on the ground, the forests are prone to large fires in the summer growing season, accounting for about 10 percent of global fire and smoke emissions......
    ......A growing body of evidence suggests that such fires will become more frequent and more destructive as the planet warms and the growing season lengthens.

    ...“These adaptations to surviving in fire-prone environments have resulted in very different fire regimes between the continents,” Rogers said. “Given the scale, this may represent the single greatest influence of individual species on continental patterns of carbon and energy flux, except for humans.”
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    --> @Nemiroff
    This time its also natural. A specific animal is producing too much of something. Nature has ways to balance those out, lets try to do it ourselves before nature kills us.
    Oops I misinterpreted your comments,  your correct about those natural based animals being the cause.

    7,5 billion of those mind accessing creatures on Earth and 50% of them want a Jeep Cherokee , even if they have no driveway to park them in ;--)



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    ....."One year ago, the international scientific community could hardly have expected that Greta Thunberg, a teenager from Sweden, would become one of its greatest allies. Since beginning her weekly “School Strike for the Climate,” the petite 16-year-old has skillfully used her public appearances and powerful social media presence to push for bolder global action to reduce carbon emissions.

    ...“Again and again, the same message,” she tweeted recently. “Listen to the scientists, listen to the scientists. Listen to the scientists!”....

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    ....."There was a natural slowdown in the rate of warming during roughly the decade of the 2000s due to a combination of volcanic influences and internal climate variability, but there was no actual 'hiatus' or 'pause' in warming," Michael Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University and an author of the climate modeling study, said.

    ......A Lack of Arctic Data
    ....The notion of a pause in warming from approximately 1998 to 2012, was fueled in part by incomplete data and erroneous projections that have since been corrected, the studies conclude.

    ......It's long been obvious that if there had been any blip in the trends it was temporary. The years that followed have hit new temperature records.
    And new evidence has made clear why some were fooled.".....

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    Only 12 more years until Global Warming doomsday folks.

    Antarctica is going to be a paradise.

    I'm old enough to remember 3 previous "scares" the nuclear horror of the 50's and the over-population explosion of the 70's, and the aids apocalypse of the 80's.

    Now its Global Warming, aka, climate change. Yawn. Wake me 15 minutes before the world ends.

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    Now its Global Warming, aka, climate change. Yawn. Wake me 15 minutes before the world ends.
    Huh? Your confused between nuclear annihilation via hydrogen bombs on land and at sea and resultants of greenhouse effect.

    Please share again when your  not so confused and have any actual rational, logical. common sense of relevant significance. Thanks.
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    Huh? Your confused between nuclear annihilation via hydrogen bombs on land and at sea and resultants of greenhouse effect.
    No, you are. I said, "I'm old enough to remember 3 previous "scares"...."

    Reading comprehension can be your friend. Really.
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    Now its Global Warming, aka, climate change. Yawn. Wake me 15 minutes before the world ends.
    Above is what you stated. Denial of truth makes you look foolish.


    ..." Your still confused between immediate effects resultantsnuclear annihilation via hydrogen bombs on land and at sea as compared to long term resultants of greenhouse effect. ".......

    Pleasetry again when your  not so confused and have any actual rational, logical. common sense of relevant significance. Thanks.

    Romper room time is over.  We need mature adults to reply meaningful, considerate comments.You have yet to show evidence of any of the above.

    THe year is 2019, not whatever year you think it is. I first read of greenhouse effect i Bucky Fullers book "Critical Path" 1979.

    You appear to asleep at the wheel and you car on autmatic forward with no consideration of all that is going on around.  Awaken to truth and wholistic considerations of the world you live in.

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    Now its Global Warming, aka, climate change. Yawn. Wake me 15 minutes before the world ends.

    Above is what you stated. Denial of truth makes you look foolish.
    I denied nothing in my statement above. But I will defer to the expert on looking foolish.

    Pleasetry again when your  not so confused and have any actual rational, logical. common sense of relevant significance. Thanks.
    Bolding doesn't make you more credible. Logical things are not things you like. The only one here confused is you. I did not compare global warming with nuclear winter, I said I was old enough to remember the world going after both fads.

    We need mature adults to reply meaningful, considerate comments.
    We who? Is the gibberish you post mature and meaningful?

    I first read of greenhouse effect i Bucky Fullers book "Critical Path" 1979.
    Yes, you mention your idol in every other post. B. Fuller was an eccentric loon.

    You appear to asleep at....
    You've used that tired insult too often. So I dismissed you. If you are going to admonish people to reply with reply meaningful, considerate comments, it helps if your own comments aren't inconsiderate and meaningless.

    You aren't the boss, and no one has to do what you like, or meet any standard you've set. And you don't have the right to begin insulting them when your believe they haven't satisfied you.

    Calm down. Write in English, take off the striped shirt, and remember, no one cares about Mr. Fuller.
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    Calm down. Write in English, take off the striped shirt, and remember, no one cares about Mr. Fuller.
    YOu need to take a look in the mirror, and respond with any shred of rational, logical common sense.

    Your still confused and in denial.

    Nuclear annihilation via hydrogen bombs has much better chance of "world ending" is ongoing for many years ergo a slow death, not your "15 minutes".

    PLease respond when you can learn the differrence between slow death of humanity via resultants of greenhouse effect and,

    nuclear animation.   The foolish like are clueless and that is you offer nothing of relevant significance.  Hot air is what you have to offer us. Sad :--(