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  • November 7, 2021 at 1:21 pm

    Honest government? Joke of the century!

    They do seem to have managed to stop an ‘October surprise’ from melting down the financial system.

    So now that a financial meltdown has been averted (for the moment) we can feel more confident about squandering energy and resources and accelerating the environmental  collapse which is underway.

    I see Lake Mead is still dropping.  1066.1, a new record low.

  • November 9, 2021 at 11:38 am

    Cop26: world on track for disastrous heating of more than 2.4C, says key report | Cop26 | The Guardian

    The only aspect we might dispute is the speed at which the Earth gets rendered uninhabitable for most extant life forms.

    Bearing in mind that few ‘official’ analyses (if any) factor in the effects of positive feedbacks, I still hold the opinion that the end of habitability comes a lot earlier than ‘the end of the century’: more likely the period 2035 to 2045.

    Even if the Earth doesn’t get rendered uninhabitable for most extant life forms rather quickly, we are destabilising geochemical systems [via emissions] and killing enough of nature [via ‘development’] to ensure utter catastrophe on an almost unimaginable scale within 5 years.

    The report on Northern China is indicative of how bad it can get very quickly:

    ‘It’s alarming’: intense rainfall and extreme weather become the norm in northern China | China | The Guardian

    ‘The unusual rains began to fall in Shanxi on 3 October, and the torrential downpours lasted for three days.

    According to Chinese media, the 59 observatories across Shanxi province all recorded historic levels of rain. According to the local weather bureau, the average rain in the province reached 120mm (4.7 in) between 2 and 7 October. The average rainfall across the US over a whole month is 71mm.

    But when the rain finally stopped more news began to emerge about the damage it had caused. A week later, the Communist party newspaper Shanxi Evening News reported that an estimated 190,000 hectares (470,000 acres) of crops had been inundated and destroyed……’

    I see Lake Mead has dropped to below 1066.

    Interesting times get more interesting by the day.

    Pity the children.

    • November 9, 2021 at 11:56 am

      “Research from world’s top climate analysis coalition contrasts sharply with last week’s optimism”

      What a joke. The ONLY reason for ANY “optimism” is because you live in a non-fact, fantasy world and embrace rabid lies. Virtually EVERYTHING that I’ve come to know, understand and study proves that we are severe peril.

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