New Video : Climate News November 14, 2019

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6 Responses to New Video : Climate News November 14, 2019

  1. anothermaninthemirror says:

    Tony, brilliant and have sent to friends and contacts. We know you are a visionary but today’s date is Nov 14th and so we have 5 days to fill, till the rest of us peons catch up to this Nov 19th Video.

    Keep up the good work. BTW What did Mann have to say on BBC4 today? It was billed as “I am not a crook” which we have heard some time ago uttered by a President who resigned. I can’t find it anywhere on the web. Thanks once again.

  2. Stephen Richards says:

    1968 also. I was there for my honeymoon beginning of september

  3. Norilsk says:

    Tony, I hope you will address this history denier. It’s unimaginable that in 2019 some scientist is still promoting the Hockey Stick Graph as fact.

  4. Gator says:

    Move over IPCC, there’s a new money making cli-fi scheme afoot…

    Scarier than fiction: climate worry driving ‘cli-fi’ boom

    Paris (AFP) – Imagine a world where storms inundate coastal megacities, entire species become extinct in the blink of an eye, and conflicts are fought over dwindling natural resources.

    Not so difficult in 2019, perhaps.

    After a year of devastating extreme weather and worldwide unrest over the emergency posed by climate change, topics that used to belong to the realm of science fiction are finding their way into mainstream storytelling.

    Back in 2004, Roland Emmerich’s disaster flick “The Day After Tomorrow” depicted a global weather catastrophe, with coastal areas devoured by the sea amid general meteorological mayhem.

    Just 15 years on, scenes from the movie resemble images taken from real-life weather events today.

    And as climate change makes superstorms, flooding, wildfires and droughts more likely, a new genre is gaining fatalistic fans the world over: “Cli-fi”.

    “It’s catching on like wildfire,” said US writer and cli-fi aficionado Dan Bloom.

    I’m more concerned about existential threats, like zombies and cooties.

  5. Gator says:

    Would love to see the data upon which this claim is based…

    While it seems like the entire eastern half of the country was stuck in a week-long ice age in recent days, one area in South Florida has quietly gotten away with living in an alternate, far warmer reality. Wednesday’s high temperature of 81 degrees Fahrenheit marked the 231st consecutive day of temperatures reaching at least 80. And on Thursday, the mercury climbed past 80 again, extending the streak to 232 days.

    The streak of warmth breaks a record dating all the way back to 1872, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The last time Key West residents had to endure the hardship of a sub-80 degree day was on March 27, when the thermometer only reached 78.

    Still wondering what the UHI adjustment is…

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