Wednesday 27th of January 2021

we'll get our feet wet from below... no shit...

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Australia records fourth-warmest year in 2020, despite La Niña

Climate scientist says another top 10 year is a ‘no shit, Sherlock’ moment, as temperatures across the country were 1.15C above average


Last year was the fourth warmest on record for Australia, continuing a run of record warm years over the past decade, according to provisional data released by the Bureau of Meteorology.

Across the country, temperatures in 2020 were 1.15C higher than average, putting the year behind 2005, 2013 and 2019, which remains the hottest year on record.


https://www.desmogblog.com website See, Its cooling already. Sydney is freezing in the middle of summer. Mind you, the other side of the country/continent is baking in the sun One can argue and postulate that in the next decade the temperature will increase by about 0.5 degrees Celsius, bringing the figure at about 1.9 degrees above average by 2030. By 2050 the trend which is accelerating according to the laws of bad luck, will be 2.5 above average and by 2100 (5 decades beyond this) the average temperature gaining 0.6 degrees per decade will be, wait for it, 5.5 degrees Celsius above average or 4.35 above present temperatures. Happy cycling. At 3 degrees above average, the poles and Greenland melt about 30 times faster than present rate. See level rise: 1.5 metres by 2100. If you live in Bangladesh or in New York, buy some big boots. Some scientists are doing some estimates that arent too bad: By the end of this anthropologic warming, SHOULD WE STOP RELEASING MORE GREENHOUSE GASES (CO2, methane and NOx) today or tomorrow, the problems will be half of what was there in the mid Cretaceous that is to say sea level will be at 28.75 metres above present by 2359. Should we carry on with our emissions, god knows how high this is going to go, as god is not very clued about such things as biblical floods. We know that sea level can rise at least 75 metres with a full blown warming and this is no shit. But we can calculate and we will know by 2032, what full crap were facing..." target="_blank">https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/jan/01/australia-records-fourth-warmest-year-in-2020-despite-la-nina


This is small potatoes would say most denialists. What’s 0.33 degrees Celsius per ten years between friends? And this article in The Guardian comes from  who runs, or is part of, the https://www.desmogblog.com website… So there. 

See! It’s cooling already. Sydney is freezing (22 to 29 degrees Celsius) in the middle of summer. Mind you, the other side of the country/continent is baking in the sun (38-45)… One can argue and postulate that in the next decade the temperature will increase by about 0.5 degrees Celsius, bringing the figure at about 1.9 degrees above average by 2030. By 2050 the trend which is accelerating according to the laws of bad luck, will be 2.5 above average, and by 2100 (5 decades beyond this) the average temperature gaining 0.6 degrees per decade will be, wait for it, 5.5 degrees Celsius above average — or 4.35 above present average temperatures. Happy cycling. At 3 degrees Celsius above average, the poles and Greenland melt about 35 times faster than present rate. Sea level rise: 1.5 metres by 2100. If you live in Bangladesh or in New York, buy some big boots. And please don't mention the weather...

Some scientists are doing some estimates that aren’t too bad: By the end of this anthropologic warming, SHOULD WE STOP RELEASING MORE GREENHOUSE GASES (CO2, methane and NOx) today or tomorrow, the problems will be half of what was there in the mid Cretaceous — that is to say sea level will settle at 28.75 metres above present by 2359. Should we carry on with our emissions, god knows how high this is going to go, as god is not very clued about such things as biblical floods. We know that sea level can rise at least 75 metres with a full blown warming and this is no shit. But WE, humans, can calculate and we will know by 2025 or by 2032, what full crap we’re facing...

thank you, gustave...

illustration (exerpt) at top by Gustave Doré...

 

Note the tiger with cub in muzzle, in full image:

 

full flood

 

Ken Ham is smart... He's built a new Ark... Tickets for sale:

 

Adult tickets to the Ark will rise from $40 to $48 and senior (aged 60 and older) tickets will go from $31 to $38. Children under 4 years old will still get free admission, while prices for children to 5 to 12 years old will decrease from $28 to $15. Prices for teenagers will be $25.

 

 

No mention of reduction for couples and animals... LGBTi unwelcome.


Read more here: https://www.kentucky.com/news/state/article202583949.html#storylink=cpy

warmest europe...

BERLIN — 2020 was the warmest year in Europe since records began, according to data published Friday by the EU climate monitoring service.

Last year topped the previous temperature record in Europe — 2019 — by a whopping 0.4 degrees Celsius (0.72 Fahrenheit), the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service said.

It said 2020 was also tied with 2016 for the warmest year worldwide, confirming the past decade as the hottest on record.

Rising global temperatures are tied to the increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Chief among them is carbon dioxide, which is released by the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas.

The data showed 2020 was 1.25 C (2.2 F) warmer than during the pre-industrial period from 1850-1900.

 

Read more:

https://nypost.com/2021/01/08/data-shows-2020-was-europes-warmest-year-on-record/

 

 

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2020 was hot...

Thinning Arctic ice, more storms in the North Atlantic and record heat across Australia during La Niña during 2020 were some of the trademarks of the world's equal-hottest year on record, experts have warned.

Key points:

  • 2020 and 2016 share the title of being the world's equal-hottest years on record
  • Last year's record temperatures occurred despite La Nina
  • Black Summer conditions were so extreme scientists have not been able to simulate them using computer models

The European Union's Copernicus Climate Change Service said the past six years have been the world's hottest years on record, and last year equalled 2016. 

Copernicus Climate Change Service director Carlo Buontempo called for climate policy action while releasing the service's report last weekend.

"It is no surprise that the last decade was the warmest on record, and is yet another reminder of the urgency of ambitious emissions reductions to prevent adverse climate impacts in the future," he said.

Globally, 2020 was 0.6 degrees Celsius warmer than the standard 1981-2010 reference period and about 1.25C above the 1850-1900 pre-industrial period.

 

 

Read more:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-01-12/2020-equals-worlds-hottest-year-record-as-arctic-ice-disappears/13048780

 

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