10 Incredible Things Hotcoldwetdry Will Do To Create Doom Or Something

Scaremongering via the use of a crystal ball at its best

10 incredible things climate change will do
Climate change will bring some surprising effects: Bumpy plane rides, greater mood swings and more volcanic eruptions are just a few of the things we can expect over the decades to come. And yes, even more lightning.

We’re already familiar with some of the more evident effects of global warming such as melting glaciers and more extreme weather events. But few people are aware of some of the other, less obvious – and completely surprising – impacts of our changing climate, which could have a serious impact on the way we live.

Did you catch it in the subhead? Let’s see that list

  1. Airplane turbulence will get worse (they’ve been pimping this for years, and it still hasn’t happened)
  2. Icebergs will clog up shipping lanes (wait, I thought they were all going to melt? No?)
  3. Lightning will strike more frequently (so far, that hasn’t happened either, but, this is about The Future!!!!)
  4. Volcanic activity could increase
  5. We’ll become angrier (is it possible for liberals to become angrier? They’re already pretty miserable, angry people now)

…..wait, go back to #4.

You would be forgiven for thinking that climate change and volcanic activity are completely unrelated phenomena. But the workings of our planet are interconnected in suprising ways.

In places like Iceland, volcanoes and glaciers have coexisted for thousands of years. However, as glaciers melt due to rising temperatures, the pressure on the Earth’s mantel decreases, which in turn increases magma amounts while reducing stress on a volcano’s magma chambers. This leads to higher volcanic activity, along with the travel chaos that often follows.

There is a historic precedent to this prediction: 12,000 years ago, Iceland was covered by a glacier as thick as 2 kilometers. When that glacier abruptly melted due to a warming trend, a huge surge in volcanic activity followed.

The problem here is that they’re linking the melting ice, which happened before the invention of fossil fueled vehicles, with volcanic activity in Iceland, when the two are not related all that much (there is some relationship, but, not to the extent Warmists claim). Iceland was created because it sits on spot between the North American and European plates, and volcanic activity built it up. This occurred around 16-18 million years ago, during the Miocene period, where it was warm (darned early humans driving fossil fueled vehicles), but cooling. But, what’s the point in explaining Science, because Warmists aren’t interested.

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6 Responses to “10 Incredible Things Hotcoldwetdry Will Do To Create Doom Or Something”

  1. Stosh says:

    “The problem here is that they’re linking the melting ice, which happened before the invention of fossil fueled vehicles, with volcanic activity in Iceland, when the two are not related all that much…”

    I’m not so sure, if a volcano wants to erupt (due to movement of the earth’s crust) they usually have enough heat involved to melt any ice around. It’s one of the major causes of lahars…

  2. Jl says:

    “We’re already familiar with some of the more evident effects of gw such as glaciers melting and more extreme weather events.” Both false. Glaciers were melting long before higher CO2 levels and there’s no evidence of more extreme weather events, whatever an extreme weather event is. Other than than, spot on….

  3. Jeffery says:

    One of several Native American communities in Alaska requesting relocation because of global warming.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/01/10/509176361/alaskan-village-citing-climate-change-seeks-disaster-relief-in-order-to-relocate

  4. Jl says:

    If it was only in Alaska then obviously it wasn’t “global”. As in global warming

  5. Jeffery says:

    j,

    Why do you care? You deny that the Earth is warming at all, unless you’ve recently changed your schtick.

    Also Washington and Louisiana. And that’s just in the US.

  6. Monday morning links

    Photo is the famous Magnolia Bakery, where we bought cupcakes for the whole hiking crew yesterday afternoon  The energy generators inside our cells reach a sizzling 50°C (120 degrees F)   Another Arctic ice panic over as world temperatur

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