Monthly Archives: November 2020

Can we keep our Earth habitable? Abrupt Climate System Change

Given Abrupt Climate System Change, can we keep our Earth habitable? Part 1 of 2 // Nov 26, 2020 We risk an uninhabitable Earth if we allow abrupt climate change to continue unchecked, at its ever accelerating (even exponential) pace. … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord of Abrupt Climate Change Happenings

A Mishmash of Abrupt Climate Change Topics: Part 3 of 3 // Nov 6, 2020 My main focus is on the lack of Arctic sea ice regrowth in the Eastern Siberian Arctic Shelf region and the Laptev Sea region. These … Continue reading

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‘‘Twas the Night before US Elections when all through the Lands, Many People were Stirring…

‘‘Twas the Night before US Elections when all through the Lands, Many People were Stirring… // Nov 2, 2020 Twas the night before US elections, when all through the lands, Many people were stirring, some with shaking hands; The ballots … Continue reading

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