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Profound Implications of a Completely Salt-Free Arctic Ocean as Recently as 60,000 Years Ago

Profound Implications of a Completely Salt-Free Arctic Ocean as recently as 60,000 Years Ago // Feb 28, 2021 A ground-breaking new finding in climate recently just occurred, and it seems blindingly obvious, in retrospect. In fact I became very close … Continue reading

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2020 Arctic Report Card Fail: End of Road for Cold Arctic, Highs, Lows

The End of the Road for a Cold Arctic: Arctic Report Card 2020 Highlights & Lowlights: Part 1 of 3 // Dec 12, 2020 Arctic Report Card 2020 (ARC2020):  Result: FAIL Summary: Out with the Cold; in with the Hot … Continue reading

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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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Coronavirus Transmission, Indoor Ventilation, Niagara Falls “Ghost Town” Chat

Coronavirus Transmission; Indoor Ventilation Chat from a Scenic Niagara Falls “Ghost Town” Vista // Oct 18, 2020 I visited Niagara Falls for a few days this past week, and got a first-hand look at how the virus has completely devastated … Continue reading

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Earth Energy Imbalance: How HEAT Impacts Ocean, Land, Cryosphere, Atmosphere

Earth Energy Imbalance – EEI: How HEAT Impacts Ocean, Land, Cryosphere, and Atmosphere: Part 1 of 2 // Sep 25, 2020 Human-induced atmospheric composition changes cause a radiative imbalance at the top of the atmosphere driving global warming. The Earth … Continue reading

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Salty Ocean Parts Getting Saltier; Fresher Parts Getting Fresher: From Amplified Hydrological Cycle

    Salty Ocean Parts Getting Saltier; Fresher Parts Getting Fresher: From Amplified Hydrological Cycle // Sep 25, 2020 We know that as climate change accelerates wet regions of the planet are getting wetter and dry regions of the planet … Continue reading

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How Tropical Cyclones, Hurricanes, Typhoons Change the Strength and Waviness of Jet Streams

How Tropical Cyclones, Hurricanes, Typhoons Change the Strength and Waviness of Jet Streams: 1 of 3 // Sep 17, 2020 My main intention in this 3 part video series is to show you how large cyclones (hurricanes, tropical cyclones, typhoons, … Continue reading

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Find Out Soon, How Low Will the Big Arctic Ocean Slushy Go

Paul Beckwith: Post-doom with Michael Dowd // Sep 6, 2020 This conversation with climate systems scientist and abrupt climate change expert, Paul Beckwith, was recorded August 31, 2020. ——— ———– Most damaging atmospheric rivers 1978–2017 How Low Will the Big … Continue reading

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Going, Going. Arctic Sea Ice Soon to be Gone

Arctic Sea Ice Status: Going. Going. Soon to be Gone // Sep 3, 2020 In this first of a new series of videos I chat about Arctic Sea Ice. We are approaching the yearly minimum, and it is a toss … Continue reading

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