An Nasty Surprise in the Greenhouse

Remember that movie, The Day After Tomorrow? Check out this (not too new but still very current) video by Greenman3610, with Stefan Rahmstorf">Stefan Rahmstorf, Jason Box, and Michael Mann, looking at the real life version of that phenomenon.

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Nice choice of closing line. It should be on signs outside of every Republican politiician's office: "You didn't want to hear about the science when it could have made a difference."

By Kevin O'Neill (not verified) on 21 Mar 2016 #permalink

Yes, that is a good video too. It is hardly a problem, though, that Peter's video was made a year ago. Still totally current.

What to do about this:

Make sure everyone you know is registered to vote and gets to their polling place. Volunteer to work on voter registration drives: the effort will be far less than dealing with the results if you don't.

Take nothing for granted. Every single vote counts.

A very nasty surprise in the Greenhouse:

“ 'I think almost everybody who’s really familiar with both paleo and modern is now very concerned that we are approaching, if we have not passed, the points at which we have locked in really big changes for young people and future generations,' Hansen said in an interview.”
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/03/22/we…

“Even scientists wary of the conclusions of the new paper point out that Dr. Hansen has a long history of being ahead of the curve in climate science. As Dr. Mann put it, 'I think we ignore James Hansen at our peril.' ”
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/03/22/we…

http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/16/3761/2016/acp-16-3761-2016.pdf

By cosmicomics (not verified) on 22 Mar 2016 #permalink

This video isn't quite new. It was uploaded on YouTube exactly one year ago.

By Pierre-Normand Houle (not verified) on 22 Mar 2016 #permalink

omg.

Beginning at about 1:00, there's an excerpt from TDAT that is probably the worst example of "exposition" in dialogue, ever. It's that shit about "critical desalinization point."

This is the curse of screenplay writers. It reminds me of the line from Bogart, who said: "If I ever have exposition to say, I pray to God that in the back of the shot they've got two camels fucking."

If only the twisters were limited to Los Angeles !

Climate scientists have bee saving the Earth in Roland Emmerich climate disaster flics ever since extinction loomed from oil fires in The Noah's Ark Principle five decades ago.

By Russell Seitz (not verified) on 22 Mar 2016 #permalink

The video became topical again with the announcement of Hansen et al's ACP paper passing review. Peter Sinclair is linking back to it himself. You were just a day or two ahead of the game :)

By Kevin O'Neill (not verified) on 22 Mar 2016 #permalink