Trace Gas To Cause Colder Winters And Hotter Summers In Ireland

In other words, they’re attempting to explain away why winters, which they had proclaimed would get warmer, aren’t

Ireland could face ‘far colder winters and much warmer summers’

Ireland and Britain could experience a sudden switch to “extreme seasonality” – in the form of far colder winters and much warmer summers – as a result of global warming, scientists from NUI Galway and the University of Maine say.

Such weather changes occurred in the North Atlantic region at the end of previous ice ages, and confirmed the Earth is capable of high-magnitude changes in temperature and rainfall, which can occur within a human’s lifespan.

The prediction follows their evaluation of what happened in Scotland when it was last covered by an ice cap, and challenges previous perceptions of such events.

The scientists evaluated the most recent abrupt climate event know as the “Younger Dryas stadial” which occurred between 12,900 and 11,600 years ago prior to the onset of our current warm Holocene climate 11,000 years ago.

Stadials are periods when the climate is colder than normal and the Younger Dryas stadial is frequently cited as an example of what might happen as a result of global warming caused by human activity.

Everything else is about saying “hey, this has all happened before, and it was natural. But, this time it’s all because other people drive fossil fueled vehicles.

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