Everyone In America Is Going To Become A Survivalist

Looks like we may see a blue ocean event this year (from Arctic News):

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Another graph of interest – U.S. Bee Keepers lost 44 percent of their bees in 2015 – 2016 (from Desdemona Despair):

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Shaping up to be a devastating year. The loss of Arctic sea ice will be a “first” in human history and will set the Arctic on fire (too hot) and the surrounding ocean, warming up the rest of the planet even faster, accelerating methane hydrates and permafrost melt and raising ocean temperatures even more. The Jet Stream will become even more erratic then it already is, dumping huge storms in different places as the hydrological cycle goes absolutely ape-shit. Increasing atmospheric moisture will go even higher.

This daily (or nearly so) writing of the planetary obituary is depressing. Humans are too careless to bother with the death of the biosphere, even the promise of their own extinction doesn’t seem to raise any eyebrows in any of them. It’s always thought of as “something that happens elsewhere and not here” sort of thing.

Every American is going to become a survivalist, they just don’t believe it until it happens to them. Which of course, it will. Every single human on the planet will go into survival mode soon enough.

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11 thoughts on “Everyone In America Is Going To Become A Survivalist

  • May 13, 2016 at 11:39 am
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    It appears that there is nothing at all more addictive and more lethal than “The Power of Pretend”. At this point its hardly worth debating whether its a drug or a disease or both. In any case its fkn deadly, therefore self-correcting (self-extinguishing). Which is fine with me EXCEPT for the fact that they’ll take all other multicellular life forms on Earth with them. The proper thing to do with shit is recycle. The sooner our shit is flushed down drain the sooner the bacteria can process the sludge.
    • May 14, 2016 at 9:45 am
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      Very recently (just last year) Scribble claimed that a blue ocean event wouldn’t occur for decades. He’s also claimed near term extinction not possible and its adherents just plain wrong. He’s censored scientists and commentators and is promoting a false narrative (with prejudice, meaning he’s refusing discussion / facts of anything he considers not “his” idea / promotion by scrubbing commentary). He’s a gifted but self-centered writer (not a scientist) who “sifts” out only supporters, creating the illusion of consensus which he’s very careful to protect. He even endorses Hillary and recently came out with some rather ridiculous religious claims in a very odd bid to cater to superstition and fear.

      See The False Narrative and The False Narrative #2 (including commentary).

      I no longer consider him accurate or a worthy source of information and will not personally reference him any more. He’s had to do a lot of backtracking these days to catch up to the conclusions of others.

  • May 14, 2016 at 3:16 pm
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    Robert Scribbler doesn’t offer any practical advice either. I’ve had my efforts censored too.

    It’s his blog, but it’s frustrating to make the effort to participate and then be deleted. He is probably afraid the conversation will go off into a direction in which he has no experience. I also don’t like his advocacy of renewables as the single solution that he thinks it is, for whatever reason he doesn’t understand that renewables are still fossil-fueled and can’t replace everything or really help solve the climate issues.

    He doesn’t want anyone to know so there might be a financial interest there he isn’t disclosing.

    His endorsement of Hillary Clinton can only mean one thing.

    • May 17, 2016 at 8:36 am
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      Wow! I just read another one of Scribbler’s comment threads just a minute ago and once again, Harquebus posted a brief comment that said “Looks like David Wasdell was right about amplifying Arctic feedbacks” with a link to Wasdell’s website (http://www.apollo-gaia.org/ArcticDynamics.html). That’s all he said. I followed the link just to see what it was, then went back and refreshed Scribbler’s page. Harquebus’s comment was already deleted.

      I can’t believe this asshole Scribbler. He categorically refuses any facts, evidence or opinions other then his own. Most likely he’s going to try and claim ownership of these observations made by Wasdell. What a total prick this guy is. A fraud, through and through.

    • May 14, 2016 at 7:26 pm
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      Why do they think we still have 20 years to bring down C02? I expect most things to be dead by then.

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