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Re: The latest figures from global warming

Unread Messageby Christophe » 01/09/18, 23:51

And to say that some doubt or still deny the warming ...



Pffff ... it's not won!
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Re: The latest figures from global warming

Unread Messageby Remundo » 02/09/18, 15:23

another very explicit video from NASA measurements

More info: Sycomoreen 01 / 02 / 2018
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Re: The latest figures from global warming

Unread Messageby Christophe » 03/09/18, 23:28

Yes Remundo, this video is already a few years old and is "completed" every year ...

She had been posted here in 2007: https://www.econologie.com/animation-te ... -par-nasa/ (I update the video)

Warning, like that of Greenpeace above, they are delta compared to normal... Siberia is not (yet!) As hot as the Sahara, so it's a bit deceiving I think but ...

If not numbers but a petition of 200 personalities to fight against the warming: http://www.lepoint.fr/environnement/une ... 9_1927.php

Funny I wonder what is the share of EnR in housing and Nieme secondary residence of each of these personalities ... : Cheesy: : Cheesy:
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 04/09/18, 01:03

Another satellite photo from NASA
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NASA has released satellite images showing aerosols, micro-particles suspended in the atmosphere, on Thursday's August 23 day. We discover three types of particles. In red, the carbon found in forest fire smoke or the emissions produced by cars and factories. This aerosol can be found in North America, affected by several fires in recent weeks, and in Africa, where land is cleared by fire to fertilize the soil, says the NASA Earth Observatory.
In purple, we discover dust and sand raised by the wind over deserts like that of the Sahara. Finally, the blue color reveals the presence of sea salt. It shows typhoons Soulik and Cimaron, near Korea and Japan, and cyclone Lane, which caused flooding in Hawaii. https://www.francetvinfo.fr/meteo/clima ... 15041.html
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Christophe wrote:Warning, like that of Greenpeace above, they are delta compared to normal... Siberia is not (yet!) As hot as the Sahara, so it's a bit deceiving I think but ...
The consequences are all the more serious. 25000 ha of forest went up in smoke this summer and https://www.bfmtv.com/animaux/en-suede- ... 10173.html
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Re: The latest figures from global warming

Unread Messageby Christophe » 04/09/18, 23:49

I did not say it did not matter ...

Crazy aerosol analysis ... I wonder what kind of sensors they can do that! : Shock:

For the sand, I confirm, I think to have seen Sedan at a friend on the windowsill at 2ieme floor ... : Cheesy:
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 05/09/18, 00:58

Christophe wrote:Crazy aerosol analysis ... I wonder what kind of sensors they can do that! : Shock:
The lidar? https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidar#Lid ... C3%A9rique although not by satellite?
If not, third-generation, better-performing weather satellites should be launched in 2018? https://hal-mines-paristech.archives-ou ... 1/document
I did not say it did not matter ...
yes I know but it made me think of that ... more serious will be the melting of permafrost and it is especially methane released that will cause the dreaded oven. There is nothing to fear from the sahara, except those who live there.
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Unread Messageby Leo Maximus » 05/09/18, 10:59

The hottest summer since 1946 in eastern Japan: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/ ... ency-says/ (in English).

The coastal areas of the Sea of ​​Japan in the region of Tohoku and Hokkaido saw their rainfall increase, respectively, by 165%, and those of the west, against the Pacific, by 133%.

Pictures of the typhoon that struck the Kansai region of Japan yesterday, on ANN News LIVE (in Japanese):
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 10/09/18, 01:40

Kerosene, the most polluting fuel ... and not taxed
"There is too much aviation: it will not be popular, but it has to be done, and even if the government decides it, it will take a lot of fuel. "Monday morning on France Inter, Daniel Cohn-Bendit denounced the fact that kerosene is still not taxed in France.

Indeed, this fuel used in aviation is not subject to any tax on French territory. However, it is one of the most polluting: the carbon footprint of an aircraft is greater than that of a car, and 40 times greater than that of a TGV. This absence of taxes is actually the result of a convention adopted ... in 1944.
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Re: The latest figures from global warming

Unread Messageby Christophe » 15/09/18, 11:17

izentrop wrote:The lidar? https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidar#Lid ... C3%A9rique although not by satellite?


Ok I did not know!

izentrop wrote:even more serious will be the melting of the permafrost and it is especially the released methane that will provoke the dreaded oven.


Yes it is the sword of damocles of humanity ...

We've been talking about it for a while: https://www.econologie.com/hydrates-methane/ ou https://www.econologie.com/rechauffemen ... decompose/

More recently: energies-fossil-nuclear / Bilibino-the-next-accident-nuclear-t15212.html

Good friends bin, it's fucked! 2 fucking years ... as Jacques said! : Cheesy:

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