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#ClimateChange: #Greenland lost 2 billion (!) tons of ice this week, which is very unusual

Over 40% of Greenland experienced melting Thursday, with total #ice loss estimated to be more than 2 gigatons (equal to 2 billion tons) on just that day alone.
While Greenland is a big island filled with lots of ice, it is highly unusual for that much ice to be lost in the middle of June. The average "melt season" for Greenland runs from June to August.

https://edition-m.cnn.com/2019/06/14/us/greenland-sudden-ice-melt-wxc/index.html

#ClimateBreakdown
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Poranna patelnia


Znaczy tego... #porannylublin

Przyznam, że ostatnio jeżdżąc do pracy w te upały zaczynam obserwować poziom rzek, które mijam (Bystrzyca, Czerniejówka i Czechówka) i patrząc przez pryzmat ostatnich wydarzeń w Skierniewicach zaczynam się zastanawiać za ile lat Lublin też będzie w czarnej, pardon my french, dupie. Niby mamy w pobliżu Zalew Zemborzycki, na Bystrzycy powstała mała elektrownia spiętrzająca wodę, niemniej jednak perspektywy chyba nie są za dobre...

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#photography #photo #climatechange #heat

 
ALARM - Bullshit NEWS - ! !!
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/wjv4nw/could-another-chernobyl-happen-today

Yeah , ... der Bullshit geht von vorne los.
AKWs funktionieren überhaupt nicht, wenn es zu warm wird.
Und im Winter, wenn Flüsse dann ausgetrocknet sind oder zugefroren, auch nicht.

Lasst euch kein Scheiss erzählen.
AKWs sind keine vernünftige OPTION und emittieren Treibhausgase. Wie zB Wasserdampf und CO2.
Hä? Wasserdampf? - JA Wasserdampf ist ein Treibhausgas ... LOLLO ... isso

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treibhausgas
Yeah, the bullshit starts all over again.
NPPs don't work at all when it gets too hot.
And in winter, when rivers dry up or freeze over, they don't work either.

Don't believe any of this shit.
NPPs are not a reasonable OPTION and they emit greenhouse gases, too. Like water vapor and CO2.
Huh? Water vapour? - YES Water vapour is a greenhouse gas ... LOLLO ... isso
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenhouse_gas

#Atomkraft nein danke #Klimawandel #Energiewende #Climatechange
#NiewiederCDU

 
ALARM - Bullshit NEWS - ! !!
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/wjv4nw/could-another-chernobyl-happen-today

Yeah , ... der Bullshit geht von vorne los.
AKWs funktionieren überhaupt nicht, wenn es zu warm wird.
Und im Winter, wenn Flüsse dann ausgetrocknet sind oder zugefroren, auch nicht.

Lasst euch kein Scheiss erzählen.
AKWs sind keine vernünftige OPTION und emittieren Treibhausgase. Wie zB Wasserdampf und CO2.
Hä? Wasserdampf? - JA Wasserdampf ist ein Treibhausgas ... LOLLO ... isso

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treibhausgas
Yeah, the bullshit starts all over again.
NPPs don't work at all when it gets too hot.
And in winter, when rivers dry up or freeze over, they don't work either.

Don't believe any of this shit.
NPPs are not a reasonable OPTION and they emit greenhouse gases, too. Like water vapor and CO2.
Huh? Water vapour? - YES Water vapour is a greenhouse gas ... LOLLO ... isso
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenhouse_gas

#Atomkraft nein danke #Klimawandel #Energiewende #Climatechange
#NiewiederCDU

 


#Churu in the western part of the desert state of #Rajasthan was the hottest place in the country at 50.8 degrees Celsius, nine notches above normal, according to the MeT department office in Jaipur
#HeatWave #India #ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #Drought #Storms

 


#Churu in the western part of the desert state of #Rajasthan was the hottest place in the country at 50.8 degrees Celsius, nine notches above normal, according to the MeT department office in Jaipur
#HeatWave #India #ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #Drought #Storms

 
Bild/Fotoivan zlax wrote the following post Sun, 02 Jun 2019 12:30:11 +0300
Uzbekistan has unique archaeological sites. However, information about them practically does not reach the general public. And if it reachs, it does not get the resonance that it deserves.
The count of ruins on the territory of Uzbekistan, perhaps, are more than in any other country in the world.
All this is not just saying, but shouting that a climatic catastrophe took place there. Local or global climatic catastrophe.

Узбекистан обладает уникальными археологическими памятниками. Однако информация о них практически не доходит до широкой публики. А если доходит, то совсем не получает того резонанса, который заслуживает.
Развалин на территории Узбекистана осталось, пожалуй, больше, чем в любой другой стране мира.
Все это не просто говорит, а кричит, что там имела место климатическая катастрофа. Локальная - или общемировая.
The remains of the fortress Dzhanpyk Kala / Остатки крепости Джанпык кала
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The remains of a huge fortress Chilpyk Kala / Остатки огромной крепости Чильпык кала
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Toprak kala / Топрак кала
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Ayaz Kala / Аяз кала
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Kyzyl Kala / Кызыл кала
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Kyrk Kyz Kala / Кырк Кыз кала
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Janbas Kala / Джанбас Кала
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Guildursun / Гильдурсун
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Pikend / Пайкенд
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Varakhsha with its unique preserved frescoes / Варахша с ее уникальными сохранившимися фресками
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It is the autonomous Republic of Karakalpakia and the Khorezm region / Это - автономная Республика Каракалпакия и Хорезмская область.
Sarmysh Sai gorge with neolithic paintings / Ущелье Сармыш Сай с неолитическими картинами
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Kafir kala / Кафир кала
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Kampyr Tepa / Кампыр тепа
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Kyrk Kyz fortress near Termez / Крепость Кырк Кыз около Термеза
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There is also a stone forest, Dzharakuduk in Uzbekistan / Есть еще каменный лес, Джаракудук на территории Узбекистана
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Photos of the ruins - a century ago / Фотографии развалин - столетней давности
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A large number of debris without systematization / Большое число развалин без систематизации
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Uzbekistan is the northern part of the Pamirs / Ty'sh Shan - and the desert steppes are north of them. One and a half thousand absolutely flat steppes to the north - and the Urals and Siberia begin.
In the paradigm that official science is broadcasting to us - there is no place for these monuments. Indeed, in world history there are no climatic disasters. During the USSR, the existence of these monuments was not denied, but their descriptions and conclusions are something marginal.

Узбекистан - это северная часть Памира/ Тяшь Шаня - и степи пустыни за ними на север. Полторы тысячи абсолютно ровной степи на север - и начинается Урал и Сибирь.
В той парадигме, которую транслируют на нас официальная наука - этим памятникам нет места. Ведь в мировой истории - нет климатических катастроф. Во времена СССР существование этих памятников не отрицалось, но их описания и выводы - что-то маргинальное.
Source/источник:https://radmirkilmatov.livejournal.com/181784.html

#asia #climatecatastrophe #climatechange #memory #metaprogramming #past #photo #property #revision #timespace #stan #uzbekistan #weather

 
Uzbekistan has unique archaeological sites. However, information about them practically does not reach the general public. And if it reachs, it does not get the resonance that it deserves.
The count of ruins on the territory of Uzbekistan, perhaps, are more than in any other country in the world.
All this is not just saying, but shouting that a climatic catastrophe took place there. Local or global climatic catastrophe.

Узбекистан обладает уникальными археологическими памятниками. Однако информация о них практически не доходит до широкой публики. А если доходит, то совсем не получает того резонанса, который заслуживает.
Развалин на территории Узбекистана осталось, пожалуй, больше, чем в любой другой стране мира.
Все это не просто говорит, а кричит, что там имела место климатическая катастрофа. Локальная - или общемировая.
The remains of the fortress Dzhanpyk Kala / Остатки крепости Джанпык кала
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The remains of a huge fortress Chilpyk Kala / Остатки огромной крепости Чильпык кала
Bild/Foto
Toprak kala / Топрак кала
Bild/Foto
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Ayaz Kala / Аяз кала
Bild/Foto
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Kyzyl Kala / Кызыл кала
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Kyrk Kyz Kala / Кырк Кыз кала
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Janbas Kala / Джанбас Кала
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Guildursun / Гильдурсун
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Pikend / Пайкенд
Bild/Foto
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Varakhsha with its unique preserved frescoes / Варахша с ее уникальными сохранившимися фресками
Bild/Foto
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It is the autonomous Republic of Karakalpakia and the Khorezm region / Это - автономная Республика Каракалпакия и Хорезмская область.
Sarmysh Sai gorge with neolithic paintings / Ущелье Сармыш Сай с неолитическими картинами
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Kafir kala / Кафир кала
Bild/Foto
Kampyr Tepa / Кампыр тепа
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Kyrk Kyz fortress near Termez / Крепость Кырк Кыз около Термеза
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There is also a stone forest, Dzharakuduk in Uzbekistan / Есть еще каменный лес, Джаракудук на территории Узбекистана
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Photos of the ruins - a century ago / Фотографии развалин - столетней давности
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A large number of debris without systematization / Большое число развалин без систематизации
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Uzbekistan is the northern part of the Pamirs / Ty'sh Shan - and the desert steppes are north of them. One and a half thousand absolutely flat steppes to the north - and the Urals and Siberia begin.
In the paradigm that official science is broadcasting to us - there is no place for these monuments. Indeed, in world history there are no climatic disasters. During the USSR, the existence of these monuments was not denied, but their descriptions and conclusions are something marginal.

Узбекистан - это северная часть Памира/ Тяшь Шаня - и степи пустыни за ними на север. Полторы тысячи абсолютно ровной степи на север - и начинается Урал и Сибирь.
В той парадигме, которую транслируют на нас официальная наука - этим памятникам нет места. Ведь в мировой истории - нет климатических катастроф. Во времена СССР существование этих памятников не отрицалось, но их описания и выводы - что-то маргинальное.
Source/источник:https://radmirkilmatov.livejournal.com/181784.html

#asia #climatecatastrophe #climatechange #memory #metaprogramming #past #photo #property #revision #timespace #stan #uzbekistan #weather

 


This data visualization depicts the last 25 years of Antarctic land ice elevation change. Areas in red indicate land ice loss. Areas in blue are regions that saw land ice elevation gains.
#ClimateChange #Antarctica #LandIce #NASA #Data

 


This data visualization depicts the last 25 years of Antarctic land ice elevation change. Areas in red indicate land ice loss. Areas in blue are regions that saw land ice elevation gains.
#ClimateChange #Antarctica #LandIce #NASA #Data

 
#uklake #climatechange #floods

"A new study of UK lake sediment records stretching back over several centuries has found that the floods that hit Northern England in 2009 and 2015 ('Storm Desmond'),were the largest in 600 years, pointing to the impact of climate changes on the frequency and magnitude of these extreme events.

In a paper published in the journal `Earth Surface Processes and Landforms', a team of researchers led by the Universities of Liverpool and Southampton, analysed the lake sediment records from the extreme floods of 2009 and 2015, and compared them with a 558 year record from the bottom of Bassenthwaite Lake, Cumbria.

A distinct layer of coarser sediment is left in the lake sediment record as material washes in from the surrounding hills and streams providing researchers with a means of recording each flooding event. Sediment layers with the largest grain sizes reflect flooding that was higher energy and more extreme in magnitude.

This is the first time a long term insight into the changing frequency and size of flood events has been produced using lake sediment records for the UK, and it shows how these archives can extend river flows used in conventional flood estimation, which only span relatively short period of 30-50 years.

Richard Chiverrell, Professor of Physical Geography with the University of Liverpool's School of Environmental Sciences and lead author of the study, said: "This research study places recent the extreme flooding events of the last 20 years in a far longer context, providing new insights into the frequency and magnitude of the really large flood events."

(The unprecedented nature of the recent phase of extreme floods accords with statements from the Environment Agency that climate changes and associated impacts on the frequency and magnitude of extreme events are one of the greatest challenges facing our society)."

Lake sediment records reveal recent floods in NW England (UK) unprecedented | EurekAlert! Science News #ViaDiasporaNativeWebApp

 
#uklake #climatechange #floods

"A new study of UK lake sediment records stretching back over several centuries has found that the floods that hit Northern England in 2009 and 2015 ('Storm Desmond'),were the largest in 600 years, pointing to the impact of climate changes on the frequency and magnitude of these extreme events.

In a paper published in the journal `Earth Surface Processes and Landforms', a team of researchers led by the Universities of Liverpool and Southampton, analysed the lake sediment records from the extreme floods of 2009 and 2015, and compared them with a 558 year record from the bottom of Bassenthwaite Lake, Cumbria.

A distinct layer of coarser sediment is left in the lake sediment record as material washes in from the surrounding hills and streams providing researchers with a means of recording each flooding event. Sediment layers with the largest grain sizes reflect flooding that was higher energy and more extreme in magnitude.

This is the first time a long term insight into the changing frequency and size of flood events has been produced using lake sediment records for the UK, and it shows how these archives can extend river flows used in conventional flood estimation, which only span relatively short period of 30-50 years.

Richard Chiverrell, Professor of Physical Geography with the University of Liverpool's School of Environmental Sciences and lead author of the study, said: "This research study places recent the extreme flooding events of the last 20 years in a far longer context, providing new insights into the frequency and magnitude of the really large flood events."

(The unprecedented nature of the recent phase of extreme floods accords with statements from the Environment Agency that climate changes and associated impacts on the frequency and magnitude of extreme events are one of the greatest challenges facing our society)."

Lake sediment records reveal recent floods in NW England (UK) unprecedented | EurekAlert! Science News #ViaDiasporaNativeWebApp

 
Holy crap.

The U.S. put nuclear waste under a dome on a Pacific island. Now it’s cracking open.

"Enewetak Atoll was subjected to repeated blasts during the testing, and inhabitants were forced to relocate before the explosions began. Beginning in 1977, 4,000 U.S. service members began collecting an estimated 73,000 cubic meters (2.58 million cubic feet) of tainted surface soil across the islands, according to the Marshall Islands’ government."

"The material was then transported to Runit Island, where a 328-foot crater remained from a May 1958 test explosion. For three years, the American military dumped the material into the crater. Six men reportedly died during the work. Locals took to calling it 'The Tomb', the Guardian reported."

"In 1980, a massive concrete dome — 18 inches thick and shaped like a flying saucer — was placed over the fallout debris, sealing off the material on Runit. But the $218 million project was only supposed to be temporary until a more permanent site was developed, according to the Guardian. However, no further plans were ever hatched."

"In 1983, the Marshall Islands signed a compact of free association with the United States, granting the island nation the right to govern itself. But the deal also settled 'all claims, past, present and future' tied to the nuclear testing and left the dome in the care of the island government."

#NuclearWaste #ClimateChange #contamination #environment

 
Holy crap.

The U.S. put nuclear waste under a dome on a Pacific island. Now it’s cracking open.

"Enewetak Atoll was subjected to repeated blasts during the testing, and inhabitants were forced to relocate before the explosions began. Beginning in 1977, 4,000 U.S. service members began collecting an estimated 73,000 cubic meters (2.58 million cubic feet) of tainted surface soil across the islands, according to the Marshall Islands’ government."

"The material was then transported to Runit Island, where a 328-foot crater remained from a May 1958 test explosion. For three years, the American military dumped the material into the crater. Six men reportedly died during the work. Locals took to calling it 'The Tomb', the Guardian reported."

"In 1980, a massive concrete dome — 18 inches thick and shaped like a flying saucer — was placed over the fallout debris, sealing off the material on Runit. But the $218 million project was only supposed to be temporary until a more permanent site was developed, according to the Guardian. However, no further plans were ever hatched."

"In 1983, the Marshall Islands signed a compact of free association with the United States, granting the island nation the right to govern itself. But the deal also settled 'all claims, past, present and future' tied to the nuclear testing and left the dome in the care of the island government."

#NuclearWaste #ClimateChange #contamination #environment

 
#carbonfarming #CO2 #emissions #climatechange

"Soil health improvement, a technique known as carbon farming, could cut the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere by more than one-sixth, a US business group says.
It says a concerted effort by the world’s farmers to restore and protect soil health could reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide by as much as 65 parts per million (ppm) from its current level of more than 415 ppm.
It made the announcement at a webinar on carbon farming which it hosted here in April. A full report of the webinar appears on the website of the The Energy Mix.
The group, the US-based Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2), describes itself as “a national, nonpartisan group of business leaders, investors, and professionals from every sector of the economy who advocate … smart policies that are good for the economy and good for the environment”
World leaders … said that regenerative agriculture to naturally conserve and protect topsoil and support its fertility and resilience were “a huge carbon capture opportunity”
The total saving of 65 ppm represents the estimated amount of carbon that human activity has removed from the soil since the dawn of industrial agriculture.
But, E2 says, even if its eventual contribution to climate stabilisation falls well short of this figure, drawing attention to soil carbon sequestration could still concentrate minds on a climate solution often neglected in comparison with more complex and often riskier options for emission cuts.
E2 says a critical step in advancing climate-friendly soil health in the US is the ground-breaking Soil Health Demonstration Trial, a carbon farming pilot project that a coalition of farmers, agricultural technology entrepreneurs and environmentalists managed to persuade a deeply divided US Congress to accept in the December 2018 farm bill, the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018.
The idea for the carbon farming pilot emerged in the wake of the UN’s 2016 annual climate conference, known as COP23, held in the German city of Bonn. World leaders there said that regenerative agriculture to naturally conserve and protect topsoil and support its fertility and resilience were (a huge carbon capture opportunity)”.

Carbon farming can slash CO2 emissions | Climate News Network #ViaDiasporaNativeWebApp
Carbon farming can slash CO2 emissions

 
#carbonfarming #CO2 #emissions #climatechange

"Soil health improvement, a technique known as carbon farming, could cut the amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere by more than one-sixth, a US business group says.
It says a concerted effort by the world’s farmers to restore and protect soil health could reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide by as much as 65 parts per million (ppm) from its current level of more than 415 ppm.
It made the announcement at a webinar on carbon farming which it hosted here in April. A full report of the webinar appears on the website of the The Energy Mix.
The group, the US-based Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2), describes itself as “a national, nonpartisan group of business leaders, investors, and professionals from every sector of the economy who advocate … smart policies that are good for the economy and good for the environment”
World leaders … said that regenerative agriculture to naturally conserve and protect topsoil and support its fertility and resilience were “a huge carbon capture opportunity”
The total saving of 65 ppm represents the estimated amount of carbon that human activity has removed from the soil since the dawn of industrial agriculture.
But, E2 says, even if its eventual contribution to climate stabilisation falls well short of this figure, drawing attention to soil carbon sequestration could still concentrate minds on a climate solution often neglected in comparison with more complex and often riskier options for emission cuts.
E2 says a critical step in advancing climate-friendly soil health in the US is the ground-breaking Soil Health Demonstration Trial, a carbon farming pilot project that a coalition of farmers, agricultural technology entrepreneurs and environmentalists managed to persuade a deeply divided US Congress to accept in the December 2018 farm bill, the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018.
The idea for the carbon farming pilot emerged in the wake of the UN’s 2016 annual climate conference, known as COP23, held in the German city of Bonn. World leaders there said that regenerative agriculture to naturally conserve and protect topsoil and support its fertility and resilience were (a huge carbon capture opportunity)”.

Carbon farming can slash CO2 emissions | Climate News Network #ViaDiasporaNativeWebApp
Carbon farming can slash CO2 emissions

 
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Stop using single use plastics!
Shoppers worldwide are using approximately 500 billion plastic bags a year. That's a 150 bags a year for every person on earth. Over 100,000 marine creatures and over 1 million sea birds die because of plastic yearly. If you conscioulsy use plastic without trying to switch to eco-friendly resources you are responsible for marine life deaths.
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yes people ! can we do this with every beach ! we can heal ! we need to take action NOW

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yes people ! can we do this with every beach ! we can heal ! we need to take action NOW

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Die grüne Kurve ist die Greta-Kurve. Sie steht für ökologisches Siehmalachneguckmalda-Bewusstsein in Deutschland in den letzten drei Jahren. Bis diesen Winter wurde nur über Flüchtlinge geredet. Bei 4°C Global Warming kommen davon übrigens schnell noch zehn mal mehr ...