Global Warming: Recent Data

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Kim OHara » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:29 am

robertk wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:17 am
chownah wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:12 am
[quote=robertk post_id=46
It is not clear which venerable scientists you are refering to.....and it is not clear who wrote the secret report.....it is not clear what all was included in the report...it is not clear if the obviously off the mark predictions were best guess scenarios or if they were the worst case scenarios.

Not much is clear about this.....could you clarify your understanding about this?
chownah
p.s. Notice that the report was suppressed by the pentagon....maybe they thought the predictions were off the mark.....but it was obtained by the Observer who of course made what they could of it.
chownah
there are three highly credentialed scientists cited in the article;
"Among those scientists present at the White House talks were Professor John Schellnhuber, former chief environmental adviser to the German government and head of the UK's leading group of climate scientists at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. He said that the Pentagon's internal fears should prove the 'tipping point' in persuading Bush to accept climatic change.

Sir John Houghton, former chief executive of the Meteorological Office - and the first senior figure to liken the threat of climate change to that of terrorism - said: 'If the Pentagon is sending out that sort of message, then this is an important document indeed.'

Bob Watson, chief scientist for the World Bank and former chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, added that the Pentagon's dire warnings could no longer be ignored"
Those three comments (italics) are all political rather than scientific but stand the test of time ... although I think Trump needs more persuasion than mere words can provide. :rolleye:
As for the 2004 predictions ... by the time they've been through the "secret report" and The Observer there's no knowing how they were originally framed. Chownah's questions about them are relevant but unanswerable, IMO.

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Virgo » Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:27 pm

robertk wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:00 am
Hi Kim and virgo
what is your read on this from the Guardian.
Hi Rob,

As Kim rightfully pointed out we have 14 more years of data and science now. This has allowed climatologists (who are legitimate scientists) to tweak their predictions.

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by robertk » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:30 pm

Virgo wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:27 pm
robertk wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:00 am
Hi Kim and virgo
what is your read on this from the Guardian.
Hi Rob,

As Kim rightfully pointed out we have 14 more years of data and science now. This has allowed climatologists (who are legitimate scientists) to tweak their predictions.

Kevin
dear kevin (and kim)
nice to hear of your long roadtrip - hope it was in a V8!

You and Kim are saying, if I am paraphrasing right, that 14 years ago scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke.
But we can trust them now, so don't worry?

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Virgo » Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:43 pm

robertk wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:30 pm
Virgo wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:27 pm
Hi Rob,

As Kim rightfully pointed out we have 14 more years of data and science now. This has allowed climatologists (who are legitimate scientists) to tweak their predictions.

Kevin
dear kevin (and kim)
nice to hear of your long roadtrip - hope it was in a V8!

You and Kim are saying, if I am paraphrasing right, that 14 years ago scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke.
But we can trust them now, so don't worry?
Hi Rob, it was not in a V8 vehicle. The most important factor in reducing Global Climate Change is policy, particularly dealing with energy. Energy production far outweighs personal lifestyle choices in its impacts, meat production is also a big one but again that needs to be dealt with by policy as we go into the future. Just as many Climate Change believers 14 yrs ago thought riding bicycles was going to have a great impact, but they were wrong, scientists predictions about the effects of Climate Change were off. The current predictions are that by 2100 (82 years from now of course) the minimum sea level rise with be 2 feet and the maximum 8 feet. Science has advanced quite a bit in the past 14 years on earth.

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by chownah » Wed Mar 07, 2018 3:13 am

robertk wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:30 pm
Virgo wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:27 pm
robertk wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:00 am
Hi Kim and virgo
what is your read on this from the Guardian.
Hi Rob,

As Kim rightfully pointed out we have 14 more years of data and science now. This has allowed climatologists (who are legitimate scientists) to tweak their predictions.

Kevin
dear kevin (and kim)
nice to hear of your long roadtrip - hope it was in a V8!

You and Kim are saying, if I am paraphrasing right, that 14 years ago scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke.
But we can trust them now, so don't worry?
Please note that the three venerable scientists you refer to did not write the secret report....the tone of your posting seems to imply that they did. We don't know who made those predictions. You are taking predictions made by an unknown source and using it to besmirtch the entirety of global warming science!!!! :jawdrop: If you think that doing this makes sense then perhaps you should stop making sense (just a suggestion).

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Kim OHara » Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:36 am

robertk wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:30 pm
... You and Kim are saying, if I am paraphrasing right, that 14 years ago scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke.
But we can trust them now, so don't worry?
No, that's not fair at all - either to us or to the climate scientists of fourteen years ago.
In 2004 all the basics were very well known and core predictions haven't changed much since then: CO2 and other greenhouse gases are raising the average temperature of the atmosphere, which will lead (has already led) to more extreme weather, to loss of agricultural production, and to sea level rise. The last 14 years have reduced uncertainties in the plausible extremes, while what has happened in the last 14 years has also changed our likely futures.
You produced a newspaper article containing a few poorly sourced and fairly extreme claims - even by 2004 knowledge - and the names of a few climate scientists, and want to say that shows "scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke" and use that, in turn to discredit current climate science.
Is either part of that process reasonable? Let alone fair?
No.
Try this instead: https://skepticalscience.com/climate-mo ... ediate.htm
Or this: https://www.skepticalscience.com/Hansen ... iction.htm
Or, of course, both.

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by robertk » Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:50 am

Kim OHara wrote:
Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:36 am

You produced a newspaper article containing a few poorly sourced and fairly extreme claims - even by 2004 knowledge - and the names of a few climate scientists, and want to say that shows "scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke" and use that, in turn to discredit current climate science.
Last month when I gave a mention about the Australian newspaper you suggested " trusting it was dumb" and advised using the Guardian (which is where this article came from
https://amp.theguardian.com/environment ... heobserver ).
"Kim OHara" :The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/au is the best of the "newspapers" IMO
. viewtopic.php?f=54&t=29492&p=454646&hil ... an#p454646
Has your opinion of its accuracy dropped since then?

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Kim OHara » Wed Mar 07, 2018 5:12 am

robertk wrote:
Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:50 am
Kim OHara wrote:
Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:36 am

You produced a newspaper article containing a few poorly sourced and fairly extreme claims - even by 2004 knowledge - and the names of a few climate scientists, and want to say that shows "scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke" and use that, in turn to discredit current climate science.
Last month when I gave a mention about the Australian newspaper you suggested " trusting it was dumb" and advised using the Guardian (which is where this article came from
https://amp.theguardian.com/environment ... heobserver ).
"Kim OHara" :The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/au is the best of the "newspapers" IMO
. viewtopic.php?f=54&t=29492&p=454646&hil ... an#p454646
Has your opinion of its accuracy dropped since then?
No. I still think the Guardian is better (more accurate, more often) than any of Murdoch's rags - especially on climate science and policy. :toilet:
But I didn't and wouldn't say you should trust any newspaper all the time, or that any newspaper is the best source of information on climate science. Going to the source or to specialist publications will usually be better. Try NASA, NOAA, Australia's BOM http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/change/, Climate Progress (especially good on policy), Desmog Blog https://www.desmogblog.com ... there are more but those are all well informed without getting too technical.
Staying up to date is usually better, too. Again, that's especially true for climate science, but this time because the field is still changing pretty fast. (Not as fast as renewable energy, though, where anything more than a year old is out of date.)

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by chownah » Wed Mar 07, 2018 5:18 am

robertk wrote:
Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:50 am
Kim OHara wrote:
Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:36 am

You produced a newspaper article containing a few poorly sourced and fairly extreme claims - even by 2004 knowledge - and the names of a few climate scientists, and want to say that shows "scientific predictions about global warming were an embarrassing joke" and use that, in turn to discredit current climate science.
Last month when I gave a mention about the Australian newspaper you suggested " trusting it was dumb" and advised using the Guardian (which is where this article came from
https://amp.theguardian.com/environment ... heobserver ).
Has your opinion of its accuracy dropped since then?
It seems that the guardian was reporting events. I didn't read the entire article carefully because I kept looking for where the guardian was misrepreseting something or making factual errors.....I didn't find either after quite a bit of looking so I got bored with looking for them without reading every single paragraph carefully. Can you bring exactly the thing which you think the guardian has misrepresented?
It seems that you disagree with the things that people are reported as saying which should reflect on those people saying them and not on the guardians reporting of their having been said......maybe I am missing something and I hope that if I am you will point me to the offending paragraph(s).

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by robertk » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:39 am

Can you bring exactly the thing which you think the guardian has misrepresented
where did I suggest the Guardian misrepresented?

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by chownah » Wed Mar 07, 2018 9:22 am

robertk wrote:
Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:39 am
Can you bring exactly the thing which you think the guardian has misrepresented
where did I suggest the Guardian misrepresented?
Sorry if I misrepresented your position inre the guardian.
Why should kim ohara's opinion of its accuracy have dropped? The guardian seems to be just reporting what happened. It seems from the article that there was a secret report generate for the pentagon (and the authors of that report are unknown to us).....the article said that there was a presentation made containing at least some of the things from that report (but exactly how much of the report was presented is unknown to us). Some excerpts containing some predictions were allegged to be in that special report (but whether those predictions were included in the presentation is unknown to us). Three venerable scientists who attended the presentation (if I remember correctly) made general comments about the contents of the presentation (but just what information they acquired at that presentation is unknown to us). Exactly what their reported quips were in reference to is unknown to us.

With so little known and so much unknown I think the question should not be whether kim ohara's opinion of its accuracy has dropped but whether our opinion of your ability to read an article and draw a reasonable conclusion has dropped.
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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Kim OHara » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:19 am

Brilliant animation from NASA -




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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Leeuwenhoek2 » Sat Mar 10, 2018 1:49 am

manas wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:44 pm
A question for those who believe in 'Global Warming' is, why the extremely cold Winters, when one of our own esteemed Aussie scientists predicted 'cold Winters will become a thing of the past?" Boy has he been proven wrong in the last few years. Right now across Europe, people are digging their homes out of all the snow and ice.

I simply don't trust computer modelling, over actual, on the ground observations. ACTUAL conditions mean much more, that predictions based on a computer program. The Earth is a complex, living system, infinitely more complex than a computer model alone can describe.
The cold winters are a demonstration of the complex patterns of weather that lead to climate. It is a mistake IMO to rely too much on climate predictions especially regional climate predictions. There is broad agreement that regional climate predictions leave a lot to be desired. It's a also big mistake to speak of predictions and estimates as if they were facts.

Local temperature is often influenced by wind patterns which carry warmer or cooler air. Wind patterns in turn are driven by differences in temperature. So among the several influences on weather and regional climate it's possible that the cold winter weather events are partly (or largely) driven by larger scale warming.

SNOW. Snow can form when it's below freezing. So a warming of say 1 degree C, from -10 C to -9 C, still supports the formation of snow and it's persistence on the ground.

Scientists are human beings and we like to think that we have something important and interesting to say. That is a constant source of temptation to speak a bit recklessly especially when speaking to the public.

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Leeuwenhoek2 » Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:38 am

Capsule Summary
While United States landfalling hurricane frequency or intensity shows no significant trend since 1900, growth in coastal population and wealth have led to increasing hurricane-related damage along the United States coastline.
That is the capsule summary of a paper recently accepted for publication in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (AMS).

Although that finding is not without some controversy it reflects mainstream climate science.

Continental United States Hurricane Landfall Frequency and Associated Damage: Observations and Future Risks
Philip J. Klotzbach et. al. 2018
https://t.co/6P7VBFkqaW


Growth in coastal population and regional wealth are the overwhelming drivers of observed increases in hurricane-related damage. As the population and wealth of the US has increased in coastal locations, it has invariably led to the growth in exposure and vulnerability of coastal property along the US Gulf and East Coasts. Unfortunately, the risks associated with more people and vulnerable exposure came to fruition in Texas and Florida during the 2017 season following the landfalls of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Total economic damage from those two storms exceeded $125 billion.

Growth in coastal population and exposure is likely to continue in the future, and when hurricane landfalls do occur, this will likely lead to greater damage costs than previously seen. Such a statement is made recognizing that the vast scope of damage from hurricanes often highlight the effectiveness (or lack thereof) of building codes, flood maps, infrastructure, and insurance in at-risk communities.

Final Thought:
" ... this will likely lead to greater damage costs than previously seen" -- that is true of the climate we already have. No climate change required.
There is much that we could do to respond to the climate that we have lived in for the last 100 years. Responses to possible future climate change might productively start with responding better to the climate we already have. Everyone who speaks of "inconvenient truths" about climate should add that to their list.

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Leeuwenhoek2 » Sat Mar 10, 2018 3:12 am

Ontario Canada - 95 percent non-greenhouse gas emitting thanks to Nuclear and Hydro Electric
This information from the not-for-profit corporate entity under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Minister of Energy confirms what I have been writing about regarding CO2 reduction.
Preliminary generation data showed over 95 percent of electricity generated in Ontario Canada came from non-greenhouse gas emitting* resources (nuclear, hydro, wind and solar). Nuclear power continued to be a significant form of generation for the province, making up 35 percent of installed capacity on the transmission system and representing 63 percent of the energy produced in 2017.
... gas generation use went down in 2017 to four percent. Even though its use was down overall, gas continued to provide important operating flexibility to the system.
http://www.ieso.ca/en/corporate-ieso/me ... r-end-data
Note the drastic difference between installed capacity and energy actually produced. For nuclear, electricity produced is much greater than the rated "nameplate" or installed capacity. For wind and solar the relationship works in the other direction.

Most countries that are over %90 of the way towards zero greenhouse gas emissions for electricity, such as Norway, have a similar profile. A generous amount of hydro electric with most of the rest coming from nuclear.


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Political comment: It's seems to many of us that you can't really be too concerned about a climate crisis if you stand in the way of nuclear electric.

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Kim OHara » Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:11 am

Leeuwenhoek2 wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 3:12 am
Ontario Canada - 95 percent non-greenhouse gas emitting thanks to Nuclear and Hydro Electric
This information from the not-for-profit corporate entity under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Minister of Energy confirms what I have been writing about regarding CO2 reduction.
Preliminary generation data showed over 95 percent of electricity generated in Ontario Canada came from non-greenhouse gas emitting* resources (nuclear, hydro, wind and solar). Nuclear power continued to be a significant form of generation for the province, making up 35 percent of installed capacity on the transmission system and representing 63 percent of the energy produced in 2017.
... gas generation use went down in 2017 to four percent. Even though its use was down overall, gas continued to provide important operating flexibility to the system.
http://www.ieso.ca/en/corporate-ieso/me ... r-end-data
Note the drastic difference between installed capacity and energy actually produced. For nuclear, electricity produced is much greater than the rated "nameplate" or installed capacity. For wind and solar the relationship works in the other direction.
:twothumbsup:
Kudos to Ontario for going so far in decarbonising - however they did it.
Most countries that are over %90 of the way towards zero greenhouse gas emissions for electricity, such as Norway, have a similar profile. A generous amount of hydro electric with most of the rest coming from nuclear.
I would have to see the stats on that claim before I trust it.
Political comment: It's seems to many of us that you can't really be too concerned about a climate crisis if you stand in the way of nuclear electric.
I'm with the Drawdown folks - http://www.drawdown.org/solutions/elect ... on/nuclear - on nuclear:
Currently, 29 countries have operative nuclear plants; they produce about 11 percent of the world’s electricity. Nuclear is expensive, and the highly regulated industry is often over-budget and slow. While the cost of virtually every other form of energy has gone down over time, nuclear is four to eight times higher than it was four decades ago.
With nuclear power, there is a climate dilemma: Is an increase in the number of nuclear power plants, with all their flaws and inherent risks, worth the gamble? Or, as some proponents insist, will there be a total meltdown of climate by limiting their use?
At Project Drawdown, we consider nuclear a regrets solution. It has potential to avoid emissions, but there are many reasons for concern: deadly meltdowns, tritium releases, abandoned uranium mines, mine-tailings pollution, radioactive waste, illicit plutonium trafficking, and thefts of missile material, among them.
It's worth noting that Drawdown ranks nuclear as number 20 on its list of all solutions - http://www.drawdown.org/solutions-summary-by-rank - and as number 5 in the energy sector. It just ain't that important, and when when its downsides are so intractable then ... :thinking:

And, as I have said before, sheer economics will result in almost no new nukes in the foreseeable future, because renewables are now way cheaper. Fusion power is the only likely game-changer, but it has been a few decades off for at least forty years so I'm not expecting to see it ready for use in the timeframe we need, which is the next ten or twenty years.

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P.S. A random FB item reinforces the point - https://www.smh.com.au/environment/clim ... 4z2ud.html
Solar :twothumbsup: so nukes :toilet: without any political interference or pressure at all.
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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by chownah » Sat Mar 10, 2018 5:52 am

Leeuwenhoek2 wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 3:12 am
Political comment: It's seems to many of us that you can't really be too concerned about a climate crisis if you stand in the way of nuclear electric.
Is someone standing in the way of nuclear?
The data about which method is generating what percentage today and previously is a function of existing generating capacity. What needs to be considered is how should people invest in any new capacity.....where will their investment yield the best returns. Maybe a comparison between the costs of nuclear and wind in ontario would be in order if you are thinking of boosting nuclear.....and don't forget the cost of handling spent fuel and decommissioning facilities when their useful life ends.....and the cost of security to keep nuclear materials out of the hands of terrorists.
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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Kim OHara » Sat Mar 10, 2018 11:41 am

Leeuwenhoek2 wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 2:38 am
Capsule Summary
While United States landfalling hurricane frequency or intensity shows no significant trend since 1900, growth in coastal population and wealth have led to increasing hurricane-related damage along the United States coastline.
That is the capsule summary of a paper recently accepted for publication in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (AMS).

Although that finding is not without some controversy it reflects mainstream climate science.

Continental United States Hurricane Landfall Frequency and Associated Damage: Observations and Future Risks
Philip J. Klotzbach et. al. 2018
https://t.co/6P7VBFkqaW
My feeling is that the paper's conclusions are essentially correct but tend to downplay legitimate concerns. There seems to be some cherry-picking of dates and data, and that would be entirely consistent with the known history of primary author Klotzbach http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/ar ... iterature/ and secondary author Pielke Jr. https://www.desmogblog.com/roger-pielke-jr.
Final Thought:
" ... this will likely lead to greater damage costs than previously seen" -- that is true of the climate we already have. No climate change required.
There is much that we could do to respond to the climate that we have lived in for the last 100 years. Responses to possible future climate change might productively start with responding better to the climate we already have. Everyone who speaks of "inconvenient truths" about climate should add that to their list.
:rolleye: and a whole row of :strawman: :strawman: :strawman: :strawman: :strawman: :strawman:
Yes, if equal cyclones hit empty and populated coastlines they will not do equal $$ damage - or lead to equal death tolls.
Yes, we could be far more sensible about appropriate development along our coastlines.
BUT "the climate we already have" is NOT the climate baby-boomers grew up with, and the climate we are going to have to deal with in the next twenty years - HOWEVER hard we try to reduce CO2 emissions - is even less like the climate they grew up with. We need to plan NOW to deal with the increasingly weird weather that's coming our way.
e.g. 1
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/re ... b379f55994
Still not convinced the Earth is rapidly warming? Consider this: The last time the global monthly temperature was below average was February 1985.

That means if you are 30 years old or younger, there has not been a single month in your entire life that was colder than average.

“It’s a completely different world we’re already living in,” Mark Eakin, coordinator of NOAA’s Coral Reef Watch, told scientists gathered this week for the International Coral Reef Symposium in Honolulu. ...
e.g. 2 (two of many results for searching "weather records broken")
https://www.sbs.com.au/news/200-weather ... te-council 7 March 2017
A report from the Climate Council highlights the impacts of climate change that are already being felt in the extreme weather of the recent summer.

More than 200 weather records were broken during the intense, "angry summer" just finished, putting stress on Australians and the ageing energy system.

A report from the Climate Council, released on Wednesday, says the summer was characterised by intense heatwaves, hot days and bushfires in central and eastern Australia but heavy rainfall and flooding in the country's west.

Climate scientist Will Steffen said the effects of climate change could be seen in the 200 records broken in 90 days.
And if Australia doesn't matter to you, try https://weather.com/forecast/national/n ... ember-2015

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Virgo » Sat Mar 10, 2018 11:34 pm

We have a thread for this specific topic. :anjali:

viewtopic.php?f=54&t=7689

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Re: Global Warming: Recent Data

Post by Kim OHara » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:56 am

Virgo wrote:
Sat Mar 10, 2018 11:34 pm
We have a thread for this specific topic. :anjali:

viewtopic.php?f=54&t=7689

Kevin
Hi, Kevin,
That link goes to the "Nuclear Power and Safety" thread. Is that what you intended?
Nuclear Power and Safety is indeed relevant to a couple of posts here (mostly our friend Leeuwenhoek saying that nukes will solve the climate crisis and a couple of us disagreeing) but not to the most recent ones.

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