Climate Change: A Matter of Life or Death; Part 1 of 2 // Published on Jan 1, 2017
Sometimes, a field is dominated by a single man or women, who stands head-and-shoulders above everybody else.
In chess, that person in recent decades was Gary Kasparov; prior to him in the 1970s it was Bobby Fischer.
In climate change study that person is James Hansen . From the 1980s to present day. In this video I tell you all about his latest landmark paper from Fall/2016 . His ample CV is here.
Climate Change: A Matter of Life or Death; Part 2 of 2 // Published on Jan 1, 2017
 Climate YODA James Hansen Gold Q&A in Paris, which Paul wrote about here, dk.
 Young People’s Burden
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Your graphs show that even with severe cuts to emissions what’s already in the system is enough to do us. Natures carbon sinks are failing and giving off co2 even the soil. Eric Rignot says stopping emissions won’t stop what’s happening now! VICE – Rignot Excerpt https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plkkfEY9cGs. Dahr Jamail | We Have Released a Monster: Previously Frozen Soil Is “Breathing Out” Greenhouse Gases http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/38885-we-have-released-a-monster-previously-frozen-soil-is-breathing-out-greenhouse-gases
Hence the three legged bar stool!
We’re caught in the monkey trap! 😦