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Old 03-14-2024, 02:41 PM   #1421 (permalink)
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Sabine H. is ontopic today. We Need to Start Climate Engineering Soon, New Study Says

Injecting Sulphur Dioxide into the stratosphere sounds good because it's cheap?

Don't forget that the Annunaki were here to exfiltrate Earth's Gold to inject into the atmosphere of Niburu. Maybe works better than Sulphur Dioxide?

OTOH we haven't heard much from them since, so maybe that was a fail.

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Old 03-14-2024, 08:47 PM   #1422 (permalink)
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Did that research include the Beaufort Gyre?
Found the first time I mentioned it.
https://ecomodder.com/forum/581116-post3170.html

The URL no longer works. I wonder why?

Found it in the wayback
https://web.archive.org/web/20190819...ry-on-warming/

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There are many likely effects of climate change: positive and negative, economic and ecological, humanitarian and financial. And if you aggregate them all, the overall effect is positive today — and likely to stay positive until around 2080. That was the conclusion of Professor Richard Tol of Sussex University after he reviewed 14 different studies of the effects of future climate trends.

To be precise, Prof Tol calculated that climate change would be beneficial up to 2.2˚C of warming from 2009 (when he wrote his paper). This means approximately 3˚C from pre-industrial levels, since about 0.8˚C of warming has happened in the last 150 years. The latest estimates of climate sensitivity suggest that such temperatures may not be reached till the end of the century — if at all. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, whose reports define the consensis, is sticking to older assumptions, however, which would mean net benefits till about 2080. Either way, it’s a long way off.
When I search for Richard Tol on Youtube, the 1st hit is some rando with 39 subscribers. I have more subscribers. What a despicable platform. Their corrupt algorithm picks a bad singer with 100 views over someone who has had over half a million views.

Looks like some of his work is accessible here;
https://profiles.sussex.ac.uk/p28981...l/publications
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[citation needed]

Earth is homeostatic. The flea on the elephant's back says 'look at all the dust we're raising'.
Here's something which explains what's happening presently, and was predicted to happen, and accelerate, as Earth cannot dissipate Tropospheric heat, as it did before the 'Anthropocene,' the setup for this self-reinforcing feedback loop.
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We're talking about ' glacial terminal moraine-dammed lake outburst flooding'.https://www.researchgate.net/figure/...fig1_338254637
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The Richat Structure in Mauratania was scoured down to the bedrock. it would be like Atlantis all over again. ....or Grand Coulee:

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This mass of water and ice, 2,000 feet (610 m) high near the ice dam before release, flowed across the Columbia Basin, moving at speeds of up to 65 miles per hour (105 km/h). The deluge stripped away soil, cut deep canyons and carved out 50 cubic miles (210 km3) of earth, leaving behind areas of stark scabland.

Over nearly 2500 years the cycle was repeated many times. Most of the displaced soil created new landforms, but some was carried far out into the Pacific Ocean. In Oregon's Willamette Valley, as far south as Eugene, the cataclysmic flood waters deposited fertile soil and icebergs left numerous boulders from as far away as Montana and Canada. At present day Portland, the water measured 400 feet (120 m) deep. A canyon 200 feet (61 m) deep is carved into the far edge of the continental shelf. The web-like formation can be seen from space. Mountains of gravel as tall as 40-story buildings were left behind; boulders the size of small houses and weighing many tons were strewn about the landscape.
Icebergs in Eugene?
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USA glacier 'sea' rupture and scouring

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Icebergs in Eugene?
Seems like years ago, we were watching a computer reconstruction of a historically distant inland 'sea' rupture, responsible for explaining today's observed scoured topography, and the distribution of enormous boulders and formerly ice-rafted rock, carried by the 'biblical' floodwaters; created by some college professor of geology. It was awesome.
If humans had been around at the time, to experience the event, the noise alone would have been sufficient enough to kill them, as some poor Spanish glaciologists nearly experienced on the Antarctic peninsula, when one of the Larsen ice-shelves broke off in the night.
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We're talking about ' glacial terminal moraine-dammed lake outburst flooding'
The Ganges could use a good flushing out anyway.

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Seems like years ago, we were watching a computer reconstruction of a historically distant inland 'sea' rupture..
I remember two good ones, that I can't find now. Did it have a minivan racing for life in the foreground?
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I visited Phys.org for the first time in a while.

phys.org: A catalyst for converting carbon dioxide, the main cause of global warming, into ethylene using vitamin C

phys.org: A high-efficiency photocatalyst for converting carbon dioxide into environmentally friendly energy using sunlight

Just when CO2 levels are reaching an acceptable level, do-gooders want to take us back to plant-starvation levels. Once carbon removal becomes a revenue stream, what's going to turn it off again?

phys.org/news: Study underscores uncertain costs of iron fertilization

phys.org: New electrochemical technology could de-acidify the oceans—and even remove carbon dioxide in the process

Ocean acidification does seem to be a problem.
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Make the Planet Great Again? MPGA.

The ocean can't go acidic, it can only go less basic.
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The ocean can't go acidic, it can only go less basic.
Ah! The technicallities of speach! A great way to ignore the point!

Well, I guess it's getting less cold around here this spring.
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Ah! The technicallities of speach! A great way to ignore the point!
Being precise is hugely important. When people use hyperbole, the majority of the public believes it.

What percent of people believe the oceans are turning to acid and will boil? What percent believes we're going to literally burn, and that's if we don't wake up tomorrow with oceans above our house or flattened by a tornado.

Most of earth's history had an ocean that was less basic than it is today, and that's where life thrived. There's plenty threating populations of creatures humanity cares about in the ocean, and that mostly is the result of the effectiveness of our hunting techniques.

It's like polar bears; if you want more of them, hunt less of them.

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