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GLOBAL WARNING GLOBAL WARMING 2019

Post by Redbeck » 20 Sep 2019 17:03

Adults and school children are marching globally in a Day of Action to impress on governments that what has been done in terms of addressing and making the necessary changes to arrest radical climate change by controlling greenhouse gas emissions that are killing much of the planet Earth, which we have the privilege to walk upon and forcing us humankind and other sentient beings ever closer to extinction at an alarming rate. We must save the collective futures of the generations to come, governments should not be allowed to ignore a horrifically accurate message!!!


Some extracts of what we reported exactly a year ago below and nothing’s changed it’s getting worse. The truth is we are simply running out or may have already run out of time to execute the necessary correction in industrial CO2 emissions before it’s too late.

12 months ago in August/September 2019, [NOTE 2050 may have already become 2040…..the clock is so far against us, look at the devastation of parts of the Bahamas underwater with more severe storms coming]

"Despite the denial claims of capitalist sceptics loath to acknowledge the prospect of dwindling seaside development profits, as the globe warms there is going to be significant sea-level rise by 2050 and it will be worse by 2100.

So let us look at that prime vacation sunshine state, home of Walt Disney World [most appropriate to those deluding themselves that climate change is not happening] and citrus & orange groves in profusion supplying the world, Florida as an example.

Florida will see more than average sea level-rise, well above the median of the average sea-level rise across the entire ocean surface area. The bald facts are, that in exactly the same way as a global average temperature increase is felt unequally across different locations of the world, so any rise in sea-level rise is felt in unequal proportions. Effectively, the closer a place is to the equator, then the higher the sea-level rise.

Why is that? Partly due to thermal expansion of water as a result of increased warmth, but also due to what’s referred to in physics as centripetal force. However, there is an additional force at work which is the gravitational attraction of the polar ice caps. Essentially as ice caps melt, they relinquish the grip they had on nearby water and it too flows further toward the equator. Not least, there are also the effects of elements such as ocean currents and prevailing winds etc. Collectively they have accounted for a significantly greater rise in sea level around Florida over the past several years, closer to an inch a year or 20 mm than the 3.2 mm government agencies prefer to talk about.

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Then of course there is the not so small matter of a subsiding Floridian landmass. Actually, a slow motion reaction to the disappearance of continental glaciers some 20,000 years ago which pressed down on the centre of the North American continent causing the edges swell up. Latterly they are subsiding, but more so given the softer sedimentary rock structures of the east coast than the rockier volcanic origin west coast. Thus put simply, Florida is sinking at the same time as the seas are rising.

Finally we have the toll of hurricane season. Using 2017’s season as a herald of excessive force to come, we find the hurricanes were more intense. Which is perfectly logical fundamental science, given that a hurricane’s intensity is fed by warmth which maximises power as it travels over increasingly warmer water. Damage caused by hurricanes is predominantly from a combination of wind speed and rain, warmer water of course inevitably results in more water vapour which in turn drops from the sky.

Hurricane Harvey unloaded an utterly abnormal thirty-three [33] trillion gallons of rain on US soil, sadly humankind is so consumed and therefore diverted by the capitalist dream that is utterly unprepared in its ability to harvest, conserve and distribute rainfall water of such proportion [Enough to fill a 3.1- mile-sided cube!]. Multiple Category 5 hurricanes in the Atlantic during 2017 were also absolutely abnormal. And with sinister implications Florida is the focal point for hurricane landings both from the Gulf and from the Atlantic.

For instance, Asia has already witnessed a significant increase in the number and severity of typhoons hitting land as a direct effect of global warming, and this pattern is highly likely to be repeated for Florida, but causing even greater damage due to higher sea levels.

A further complication beleaguering Florida is that it has a limestone problem that on a sliding scale makes holding back the sea difficult to impossible and is therefore likely to expunge fresh water.

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Limestone is useful stuff, as it’s fundamentally a rock sponge. Water travels through it quite nicely. It’s permeable and water travels through it remarkably well. The Biscayne Aquifer, southern Florida’s source of fresh water, is basically fresh water sustained in a limestone sponge. As sea levels rise, greater levels salt water soak into the same sponge and degrades the fresh water. Biscayne will become increasingly brackish with the almost certain outcome within a few decades of substantially diminished fresh water availability in southern Florida and much higher prices because of it.


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The current climate & natural resources scientific opinion is that, Florida is going to run short of fresh water, be subject to sea water flowing over its sea side infrastructure which when compounded by direct hit hurricanes, will make the area uninhabitable.

Hardly an uplifting story I’m sorry to say, and of course a politically unpalatable tale. Listen up, humankind need stop voting for politicians whose manifesto exhibits a complete refusal to deal with the causes of global warming, this is subject needs to make it to top priority on everybody’s agenda. Beware tropical storm Gordon is already lashing Florida as I write. Avoidance is no longer an option, only putting a seriously workable protective adaptation contingency plan in place wherever the story is similar."

"Global warming is on track to disrupt the Mediterranean region spawning more droughts or heatwaves than in the past 10,000 years, turning parts of southern Europe into desert before the end of the century, scientists say.
At the current rate of change this could be well before the end of the 21st century. Average temperatures in the Southern Mediterranean region had already risen by 1.3 degrees Celsius (2.3 Fahrenheit) since the late 19th century, well above the world average of 0.85C (1.5F), according to a study led by France’s Aix-Marseille University published in 2016. In 2018 summer temperatures have already exceeded 47 degrees Celsius (116.6 Fahrenheit) in Spain and Portugal with inland farming areas hotter than the coast. Alarmingly similar to temperatures in the Rub' al Khali desert, also known as "the Empty Quarter", that encompasses most of the southern third of the Arabian Peninsula.

Man-made climate change “will likely alter ecosystems in the Mediterranean in a way that is without precedent” during the last 10,000 years unless governments accelerate existing greenhouse gas emission reduction programmes dramatically, the researchers wrote in the journal Science. Water supplies, vegetation including the carbon devouring tree populations such as umbrella pines, olives, almonds, wild fig and holm oaks will simply disappear and therefore food production will plunge catastrophically.

If global warming remains unchecked, deserts would expand in southern Spain and Portugal, northern parts of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia and other regions including Sicily, southern Turkey and parts of Syria, the study showed. Therefore, currently the only politicians of value to society would seem to be those with an ultra-green tagged with total nuclear disarmament [the alternative desertification method] brief/manifesto. The rest of them and any residual causes are essentially redundant, for if we don’t get this omnipotent mission right vast swathes of formerly populated Earth below the 45th parallel in the northern hemisphere will be barren.

The Mediterranean is deemed hypersensitive to global warming partly because of the fact that Atlantic storms are destined to shift steadily northwards, meaning more sun and less rain.

According to the research paper, only achieving a global goal of keeping average world surface temperatures to ‘well below’ 2C above pre-industrial times, ideally 1.5C, will ensure that Mediterranean ecosystems remain within the existential margins of the past 10,000 years."

Below the state of the Spanish River Tagus, the longest river in Spain and a vital water source.


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Re: GLOBAL WARNING GLOBAL WARMING 2019

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Re: GLOBAL WARNING GLOBAL WARMING 2019

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Re: GLOBAL WARNING GLOBAL WARMING 2019

Post by Redbeck » 03 Dec 2019 18:32

Good evening fellow Oraclers:

Read this twice and mark it well, it is little short of horrifying. Time has run out and even at grass roots level we have not heeded the warnings and done near enough in the time we were given years earlier.

Extreme weather events are rife across the planet: floods, wildfires, massive storms as typhoons/hurricanes however you call them, rising temperatures, endless drought, melting ice caps, enormous leaps in the use of electric and gas power sadly still frequently fossil fuel fired, rainforest decimation by logging and burning off, rapidly rising sea levels. Endless exotic goods transported zigzaggig the world on diesel guzzling supertankers and enormous freighters, the skies full of aviation fuel sucking flights, only a tiny percentage of electric and hydrogen powered cars in uses, and a tiny number of refuelling infrastructure. Never mind the order, call it a Kerouacian stream of conciousness, they are all manifestations of or contributors to extreme climate change that are badly denting humankind's chances of survival.

Regards Redbeck

However the Secretary-General at the UN Climate Change Conference COP25, says it far more eloquently than I.

Secretary-General's remarks at opening ceremony of UN Climate Change Conference COP25 opening 2nd December 2019

"We stand at a critical juncture in our collective efforts to limit dangerous global heating.

By the end of the coming decade we will be on one of two paths.

One is the path of surrender, where we have sleepwalked past the point of no return, jeopardizing the health and safety of everyone on this planet.

Do we really want to be remembered as the generation that buried its head in the sand, that fiddled while the planet burned?

The other option is the path of hope.

A path of resolve, of sustainable solutions.

A path where more fossil fuels remain where they should be – in the ground – and where we are on the way to carbon neutrality by 2050.

That is the only way to limit global temperature rise to the necessary 1.5 degrees by the end of this century.

The best available science, through the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change tells us today that going beyond that would lead us to catastrophic disaster.

Millions throughout the world – especially young people – are calling on leaders from all sectors to do more, much more, to address the climate emergency we face.

They know we need to get on the right path today, not tomorrow.

That means important decisions must be made now. COP25 is our opportunity."


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"Before I focus on what we need to do at this session, let me step back to give a sense of perspective to our deliberations.

The latest, just-released data from the World Meteorological Organization show that levels of heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached another new record high.

Global average levels of carbon dioxide reached 407.8 parts per million in 2018.

And I remember, not long ago, 400 parts per million was seen as an unthinkable tipping point. We are well over it.

The last time there was a comparable concentration of CO2 was between 3 and 5 million years ago, when the temperature was between 2 and 3 degrees Celsius warmer than now and sea levels were 10 to 20 metres higher than today.

The signs are unmissable.

The last five years have been the hottest ever recorded.

The consequences are already making themselves felt in the form of more extreme weather events and associated disasters, from hurricanes to drought to floods to wildfires.

Ice caps are melting. In Greenland alone, 179 billion tonnes of ice melted in July.

Permafrost in the Arctic is thawing 70 years ahead of projections.

Antarctica is melting three times as fast as a decade ago.

Ocean levels are rising quicker than expected, putting some of our biggest and most economically important cities at risk.

More than two-thirds of the world’s megacities are located by the sea.

And while the oceans are rising, they are also being poisoned.

Oceans absorb more than a quarter of all CO2 in the atmosphere and generate more than half our oxygen.

Absorbing more and more carbon dioxide acidifies the oceans and threatens all life within them.

Three major reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – on land, on the oceans and cryosphere, and on the 1.5 degree Celsius climate goal – each confirm that we are knowingly destroying the very support systems keeping us alive.

And indeed, we are.

In several regions of the world, coal power plants continue to be planned and built in large numbers.

Either we stop this addiction to coal or all our efforts to tackle climate change will be doomed.

And, as the UN Environment Programme has just revealed, countries are planning to produce fossil fuels over the next decade at over double the level that is consistent with keeping temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

And the fossil fuel industry is not alone.

From agriculture to transportation, from urban planning and construction to cement, steel and other carbon-intensive industries, we are far from a sustainable path.

We see some incremental steps towards sustainable business models, but nowhere near the scope and scale required.

What we need is not an incremental approach, but a transformational one.

We need a rapid and deep change in the way we do business, how we generate power, how we build cities, how we move, and how we feed the world.

If we don’t urgently change our way of life, we jeopardize life itself.

For the past year, I have been saying we need to make progress on carbon pricing, shift taxation from income to carbon, ensure no new coal plants are built after 2020, and end the allocation of taxpayers’ money for perverse fossil fuel subsidies.

We must also ensure that the transition to a green economy is a just transition – one that recognizes the need to care for the future of negatively impacted workers, in terms of new jobs, lifelong education, and social safety nets.

If we want change, we must be that change.

Choosing the path of hope is not the job of one person, one industry or one government alone.

We are all in this together."


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"The road map established by the scientific community is clear.

To limit global temperature rise to the necessary 1.5 degrees by the end of this century, we must reduce emissions by 45 per cent from 2010 levels by 2030, and we must achieve climate neutrality by 2050.

Ten years ago, if countries had acted on the science available, they would have needed to reduce emissions by 3.3 per cent each year. We didn’t.

Today, we need to reduce emissions by 7.6 per cent each year to reach our goals.

So, it is imperative that governments not only honour their national contributions under the Paris Agreement, they need to substantially increase their ambitions.

And even if the Paris commitments are fully met, it would not be enough. But unfortunately, many countries are not even doing that. And the results are there to be seen.

According to the latest Emissions Gap Report from the UN Environment Programme, greenhouse gas emissions have risen 1.5 per cent a year over the last decade.

At current trends, we are looking at global heating of between 3.4 and 3.9 degrees Celsius by the end of the century.

The impact on all life on the planet – including ours – will be catastrophic.

The only solution is rapid, ambitious, transformative action by all – governments, regions, cities, businesses and civil society, all working together towards a common goal."

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Re: GLOBAL WARNING GLOBAL WARMING 2019

Post by theone » 03 Dec 2019 19:41

Redbeck, my old friend,

Please allow me to perhaps soothe your mind, even though as you have pointed out the situation is quite dire.

China has a population of over 1.4 billion people. India has the same population and is growing faster than China. These two nations, which comprise of half of our world’s inhabitants, have very different governments: India’s government is disorganized and fails to account for millions and millions of people living in enormous slums. China’s government is famously extremely authoritarian, communist, and nationalistic.

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The threat towards our future is indeed enormous. But I must respectfully disagree with you in one area: compliance and simultaneously working as one world toward a goal of eradicating climate change does not seem feasible. There is no simple way to tell the world to stop littering and using extremely inefficient resources that many of them are finally getting access to.

I put my faith in human ingenuity and technology.

“Any sufficient advanced technology is indistinguishable from God”

There must be a way to harvest energy from an-as-close-to-Newtonianly-impossible “free” source. We have already proved as a species we can kill hundreds of thousands of our own kind from a single atom. Surely, there must be a way to use the same small-to-large energy conversion for our own good. And while a nuclear energy has been proven to be much cleaner than other sources, it comes with its own risks of contamination, is incredibly expensive, and is only utilized by the smallest fraction of the world...

So, we must find something better. A source of energy that is as close to impossible as the great Isaac Newton, a man who was much more proud of his treatises on The Bible than his scientific work, knew there was.

I am quite sure I know this is illegal to say, but I think the numbers are hidden in this site. The numbers, obviously, for a device that would enable (as close to physically impossible as possible) perpetual motion. Unlimited clean energy that could truly enable our travel amongst the stars.

This will advance will either usher in a new millennium of humanity, while the failure to complete this project will ensure our demise by 2028, so be hasty readers.

In my next post I will reveal the most important numbers I have found during years on the site, all of which ADD TO NINE.

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Post by theone » 03 Dec 2019 19:42

Redbeck, my old friend,

Please allow me to perhaps soothe your mind, even though as you have pointed out the situation is quite dire.

China has a population of over 1.4 billion people. India has the same population and is growing faster than China. These two nations, which comprise of half of our world’s inhabitants, have very different governments: India’s government is disorganized and fails to account for millions and millions of people living in enormous slums. China’s government is famously extremely authoritarian, communist, and nationalistic.

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The threat towards our future is indeed enormous. But I must respectfully disagree with you in one area: compliance and simultaneously working as one world toward a goal of eradicating climate change does not seem feasible. There is no simple way to tell the world to stop littering and using extremely inefficient resources that many of them are finally getting access to.

I put my faith in human ingenuity and technology.

“Any sufficient advanced technology is indistinguishable from God”

There must be a way to harvest energy from an-as-close-to-Newtonianly-impossible “free” source. We have already proven as a species we can kill hundreds of thousands of our own kind from a single atom. Surely, there must be a way to use the same small-to-large energy conversion for our own good. And while a nuclear energy has been proven to be much cleaner than other sources, it comes with its own risks of contamination, is incredibly expensive, and is only utilized by the smallest fraction of the world...

So, we must find something better. A source of energy that is as close to impossible as the great Isaac Newton, a man who was much more proud of his treatises on The Bible than his scientific work, knew there was.

I am quite sure I know this is illegal to say, but I think the numbers are hidden in this site. The numbers, obviously, for a device that would enable (as close to physically impossible as possible) perpetual motion. Unlimited clean energy that could truly enable our travel amongst the stars.

This advance will usher in a new millennium of humanity, while the failure to complete this project will ensure our demise by 2028, so be hasty readers.

In my next post I will reveal the most important numbers I have found during years on the site, all of which ADD TO NINE.

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Post by BeN1 » 04 Dec 2019 16:10

Captain Greta is sailing the shit outta global warming.

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Post by Redbeck » 04 Dec 2019 22:52

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The British winter of 1962/1963 was the coldest for more than 200 years. That winter, the snow started on Boxing Day 1962 and the big freeze lasted until March 1963.

Blizzards caused snowdrifts up to six metres deep, telephone lines were brought down. Temperatures were so cold the sea froze in places, bringing blizzards, snow drifts, blocks of ice, and temperatures lower than -20 °C, it was colder than the winter of 1947, and the coldest since 1740.

And we still had to go to school in short trousers.... Every day for months.... Purgatory! But I look back with pride... well hard! Now that's what I'd call a winter election campaign if we'd have had one, all candidates to wear shorts to prove their fitness to govern and the fact that they never had a nanny.

Anyway, the upshot is because undoubtedly the fact that this globe we inhabit has been getting warmer year on year, we have never experienced a winter of that raw severity since the early 1960s.

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Post by Redbeck » 09 Dec 2019 14:21

Dear theone thank you for your post another exploration and directional signal from David Denison. Redbeck

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Post by Redbeck » 13 Dec 2019 20:04

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View from Ossett Grammar School playing fields circa 1960 looking out over the town of Ossett, West Yorkshire. Note the level of CO2 emissions pollution in the atmosphere, basically belching from mill chimneys powered by fossil fuels.


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Picture above: Ossett taken from the fields at Runtlings in the 1920s. Park House or Ossett Grammar School can be seen to the left of the tree, but also visible are a couple of large mill chimneys, which still dominated Ossett's skyline at that time. Picture courtesy of Neville Ashby.

The vast quantities of sulphurous smoke generated by burning tons of locally produced coal had to be dissipated sinto the atmosphere somehow, which was the role of the mill chimneys.

From the second half of the 19th Century to 20th Century 1960s there were 41 textile, mungo and shoddy mills in production in Ossett, a good number of them changing ownership and names several times and each with a chimney.

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