The fable of anthropogenic warming, the return

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The fable of anthropogenic warming, the return




by Exnihiloest » 05/09/21, 20:01

 
We were predicted of climatic refugees, submerged coasts, islands that would sink into the ocean, and what do you think happened?

It was the area of ​​the atolls that increased.
Great is the science of climate, praised as the Nostradamus of the IPCC. : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:

Since the year 2000 the surface of the 221 atolls examined has increased by 61,74 km². 153 atolls gained surface and 68 lost.

Source: global change in the area of ​​atolls during the 21st century:
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ancene.2021.100282
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by ABC2019 » 05/09/21, 20:03

Exnihiloest wrote: 
We were predicted of climatic refugees, submerged coasts, islands that would sink into the ocean, and what do you think happened?

It was the area of ​​the atolls that increased.
Great is the science of climate, praised as the Nostradamus of the IPCC. : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:

Since the year 2000 the surface of the 221 atolls examined has increased by 61,74 km². 153 atolls gained surface and 68 lost.

Source: global change in the area of ​​atolls during the 21st century:
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ancene.2021.100282


Since the sea has risen 100 m since the last ice age, it is quite obvious that the atolls were not perched in the air before, so that they are able to rise with the rise of the oceans (and not this was no slower than now).
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 05/09/21, 20:05

SHIT TOPIC, DUPLICATE, PROVOCATION
I'm going to spoil it for you, me, your disgusting ... but I think Totophe is going to lock it.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 05/09/21, 20:14

IMPOSTURE by Blédina (It is written in the article):
Land reclamation was primarily responsible for increasing the area of ​​atolls.

And it refers to:
Land reclamation for development activities (infrastructure, industry, recreation and tourism) often has a negative impact on mudflats, mangroves and fish stocks in the WCPM. Reclamation of land off Prai in Penang and Kuala Juru for industrial use has threatened cockle farming due to high levels of heavy metals and sedimentation. The mercury level in the water was found to be 2,30 ppm in these areas, which is 460 times higher than the level allowed in the United States. Based on the latest reports, 76 coastal rehabilitation projects covering 97 ha along the west coast of Malaysia, especially large-scale ones in Penang, Kedah, Perak and Selangor, mean there is an urgent need assess the impact of land reclamation on the coastline. and the marine environment (Yusoff et al.,

Disassembled with its own sources in 2 minutes ... You can go to hell!
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by Exnihiloest » 05/09/21, 21:38

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:SHIT TOPIC, DUPLICATE, PROVOCATION
I'm going to spoil it for you, me, your disgusting ... but I think Totophe is going to lock it.


We know this fascist method. The information provided is disturbing. Facts and science have always bothered the far right. Then the fascist arrives in the thread, insults, insults, slanders.
Then we see a "moderator" arrive, in fact a censor who shares the same obsession with scientific facts when they do not go in his direction. Too many insults in this thread, he then tells us without looking for who is at the origin. And he locks the thread. It's sewn with white threads but that's the power: whether you're a macron, or a little potentate of forum, we exercise it arbitrarily. Freedom of expression scares them.
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by Exnihiloest » 05/09/21, 22:04

ABC2019 wrote:...
Since the sea has risen 100 m since the last ice age, it is quite obvious that the atolls were not perched in the air before, so that they are able to rise with the rise of the oceans (and not this was no slower than now).


Obviously, and see what state it puts the bigot of global warming. He starts cursing and barking, talking about heavy metals when the subject is the increase in the area of ​​atolls, and human actions on the coast, of which no one obviously denies the possible effects on this increase, without any need for CO2 savings.

Coastal reclamation projects are certainly more effective for this purpose, and cost considerably less than anti-CO2 measures. The warming bigot doesn't even realize he's promoting the unbeliever method of his warming religion - just adapt. This is what men have always done, and we can see it, it works.
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by phil59 » 05/09/21, 22:42

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:SHIT TOPIC, DUPLICATE, PROVOCATION
I'm going to spoil it for you, me, your disgusting ... but I think Totophe is going to lock it.


How does that change you?

You only do that in all posts, if that's not your idea ....
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 05/09/21, 23:01

IMPOSTURE by Blédina (It is written in the article):

Land reclamation was primarily responsible for increasing the area of ​​atolls.



And it refers to:
Land reclamation for development activities (infrastructure, industry, recreation and tourism) often has a negative impact on mudflats, mangroves and fish stocks in the WCPM. Reclamation of land off Prai in Penang and Kuala Juru for industrial use has threatened cockle farming due to high levels of heavy metals and sedimentation. The mercury level in the water was found to be 2,30 ppm in these areas, which is 460 times higher than the level allowed in the United States. Based on the latest reports, 76 coastal rehabilitation projects covering 97 ha along the west coast of Malaysia, especially large-scale ones in Penang, Kedah, Perak and Selangor, mean there is an urgent need assess the impact of land reclamation on the coastline. and the marine environment (Yusoff et al.,



Disassembled with its own sources in 2 minutes ... You can go to hell!
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by Exnihiloest » 06/09/21, 21:29

GuyGadeboisLeRetour wrote:IMPOSTURE by Blédina (It is written in the article):

... Land reclamation was primarily responsible for increasing the area of ​​atolls.

Disassembled with its own sources in 2 minutes ... You can go to hell!


No one denies it. Funny how morons always want to kick open doors.

It doesn't matter how and whether it is partly natural or man-made. The reality is that the area of ​​atolls is increasing as we were predicted that the islands would be submerged, and that the point of no return had been reached..
We see that this is not the case, that climastrologists still screwed up, that men did not wait for them to manage their coasts and that in this case they did so for reasons other than the warming, and easily. No anti-CO2 measure would have had this effectiveness.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 06/09/21, 21:38

You are really "the absolute nut", you ... rising waters = less land ... But the guy tells you that there is more land because men work "the thing", and he is very proud to announce that ... except that it is artificial, like your anus my cunt, that it is catastrophic (according to what you posted) and that it has nothing to do with a phenomenon natural, which is amplified! But it's good, you emptied your shit bag. : roll:
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