Near Future Events

Here’s some entertainment:

Don’t fall for the modeling claims (they’re wrong) about time frames, sea level rise, etc. This is all happening far sooner then the computers (and the programmers) are estimating.

Example: Thwaites could disintegrate within five years, which would make the claims in the first video highly inaccurate.

And there is it – We can’t replace the missing ice (anywhere), which is already a HUGE problem.

The reason I’m even sharing these videos is to point out that these events are already happening – it does not even matter “when”, they’re already underway, and are completely unstoppable.


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4 thoughts on “Near Future Events

  • December 23, 2021 at 3:09 pm

    ‘Negative emissions’ = yet more bullshit.

    And images of ‘windmills’ that make matters worse.

    But The Economist is a business-as-usual publication, so one must expect bullshit.

    The problem most people currently face is how to get through the next FIVE years.

  • December 28, 2021 at 1:05 pm

    ‘Climate change warrior Greta Thunberg must be speechless or at least ignoring the “science” as the University of California, Berkeley’s Sierra Snow Laboratory reported the snowiest December on record.’

    It is Tyler Durden who is ignoring the science, of course, with his false narrative that snow indicates lack  of warming.

    The fact is, superheated oceans (overheated by excess atmospheric CO2) evaporate more, and when the saturated air cools, the water vapour comes down as rain or snow.

    Far from indicating lack of warming, snow usually indicates warming.

    But if you have a political or economic agenda, distorting science or miss-using it becomes the norm.

    Record Snowfall Blankets West Coast | ZeroHedge

    (ZH does publish some useful stuff as well as crap narratives, i.e. the record snowfall is significant.)



    • December 28, 2021 at 4:43 pm

      I’ve never cared for anything “Durden” writes (or ZeroHedge) which is why I never link to their disinformation. I read up on that snowfall, yep, lots of snow, but not enough (yet) to break the drought. And this doesn’t change the overall scheme of anything warming wise. Deadly climate change is definitely here. I’m sure Durden didn’t mention the tornadoes that scraped the Earth clean for 200 miles, or the disaster in the Philippines, or anywhere else on the planet that is suffering from deadly climate change.

  • December 28, 2021 at 1:12 pm

    ‘In a saner world, perhaps, our best academic minds – and let’s face it, that excludes most of us – would be working on discovering and developing new high energy-density sources of power on the off chance that we might maintain the best and eradicate the worse of what we have achieved in three centuries of industrial civilisation.  In the meantime, the rest of us would be best employed creating more resilient and localised – albeit far less material – economies, as we adjust to what is possible in a world without fossil fuels.  Sadly though – as the old saying goes – those who the Gods seek to destroy they first drive mad…’

    This economy is going down (

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