fix articles 117857, abrupt climate change
The clathrate gun has been fired (tags)
The U.S. has to put itself on a war footing, recall its entire military forces and set them to work on the massive change over to renewable energy that the country needs to undertake, if it wishes to survive the fast approaching catastrophe. The enemy now is Mother Nature who has infinite power at her disposal and intends to take no prisoners in this very short, absolutely brutal, 30 to 40 year war she has begun. I cannot emphasise more, how serious humanity’s predicament is and what we should try to do to prevent our certain final destruction and extinction in the next 30 to 40 years if we continue down the present path we are following .
Very Interesting Timeline (tags)
Mid 80's - Some scientists warn about CO2 and global warming but they are largely dismissed by other scientists and the public. 1993 - Two separate ice cores drilled into the Greenland Ice Sheet to depths of two miles both confirmed earlier evidence of many 'abrupt climate changes' that have occurred in as little as a decade rather than the thousand year transition that was previously believed.
An Open Letter To All U.S. Military Service Men and Women (tags)
911 was an inside job.
Possibility of Abrupt Climate Change Needs Research and Attention (tags)
author: The National Academies Global climate, like other complex systems, is subject to abrupt changes if stressed. Global warming could cause such an abrupt shift, which could lead to severe problems for humans and other life.
Ice Core Evidence Of Rapid Climate Change--Graph Only (tags)
Graph from one of the endplates from the NAS report "Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises"
Ice Core Evidence Of Rapid Climate Change (tags)
One of the endplates from the NAS report "Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises"
National Academy of Sciences--Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises (tags)
If the planet's climate is being forced to change -- as is currently the case -- it increases the number of possible mechanisms that can trigger abrupt events, according to a new report from the National Academy of Sciences. New evidence shows that periods of gradual change in Earth's past were punctuated by episodes of abrupt change, including temperature changes of about 10 degrees Celsius, or 18 degrees Fahrenheit.