Apr 132015
 

I suppose that using the word “monster” again might be viewed as overkill or hyperbole. But considering what is happening on the climate front, probably not.

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Onrush of Second Monster Kelvin Wave Raises Specter of 2015 Super El Nino

Ocean temperatures are going off the charts, which might explain the massive kills taking place on beaches. Either the animals are starving to death or trying to escape the ocean heat (or it’s anoxia).

In other news, I just read this tidbit:

“the average temperature of permafrost in Alaska, Russia and other Arctic regions was nearly 18 degrees Fahrenheit. Now the average is just over 28 degrees Fahrenheit.”

Gee – only 4 degrees now from total liquefaction… Continue reading »

 Posted by at 4:13 pm