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Humans experimenting with climate’s ‘playing nice’

GarryRogers Nature Conservation

GR: Here’s a cautionary tale that will inspire you to step up your  prepping work. A scientist who studies Earth history recorded in ice cores warns that climate change can be sudden, with major shifts occurring in one year.

“Like “rats inside the experiment,” Neils Bohr Institute glaciology professor Jorgen Peder Steffensen says of us humans when he considers the risks of a sudden reconfiguration of global circulation which could, among other things, cause long-term drying across America’s breadbasket states.

“That’s going to impact the entire world,” Steffensen cautions in recognizing that the 11,000 years of the interglacial period since the last ice age “has been unreasonably stable. And we don’t know why” or how long that stability may persist.

“Steffensen, in exceptionally eloquent and straightforward language, acknowledges that models consistently point to a gradual global increase in temperatures as a result of the continue widespread combustion of fossil fuels…

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October 5, 2017 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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