Ecosystem Collapse Tipping Point May Come Sooner Or Something

Is there any penalty for climate cultists being wrong?

Climate tipping point ecosystem collapses may come faster than thought: Studies

The world’s largest ecosystems may alter drastically faster than previously thought, according to a recent study published in Nature Communications, shedding new light on the behavior of climate tipping points.

Real-life cases reveal a pattern: bigger ecosystems collapse at a faster rate than smaller ones. According to the findings, climate tipping points could happen in a matter of years or decades, not on the ecological timescale of hundreds, or even, thousands of years.

Observing this trend, the authors — stressing high levels of uncertainty — forecast that, after a tipping point is passed, the Amazon rainforest could disappear in under 50 years, while Caribbean coral reefs could vanish in 15 years.

“The Amazon could die before I do,” study co-author Simon Willcock, a senior lecturer at Bangor University, pondered upon seeing the results. “I had never sat down and thought it might be gone in my lifetime. It’s quite sobering.”

Years or decades. Uh huh. This is literally Madame Zelda at the carnival predicting doom, but, the difference is that Madame Zelda is not attempting to change state, national, and international politics and laws.

Leading Amazon experts Carlos Nobre and Thomas Lovejoy, wrote a recent editorial warning that the “Amazon tipping point is here,” based on real-world observations of a drying atmosphere. “We’re on the edge of a cliff,” Nobre told Mongabay. The modeling carried out by Willcock and his colleagues gives us a clearer picture of what a tipping point of this scale may look like.

It’s here, but we won’t know the true result in 50 years or so, hence, there are no repercussions when they are proven wrong, just like with almost ever Warmist prognostication. This is not science.

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3 Responses to “Ecosystem Collapse Tipping Point May Come Sooner Or Something”

  1. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    -stressing high levels of uncertainty-

    Translation: “We don’t have a f#cking clue.”

    Lolgf https://www.thepiratescove.us/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

  2. Kye says:

    If it was science a 16 year old semi-retarded Swedish girl wouldn’t be their darling spokeskid. She is NOT a scientist she just pretends to be one foe $$$$$$$. Like everything else having to do with the left she is a fraud, the cult is a fraud and their arguments are specious.

    It’s easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. Mark Twain

    Mark Twain must have known a 19th century Elwood.

  3. Jl says:

    Really? I thought the first tipping point was “supposed”to have happened around 2000. So the headline should read “later than sooner, but whatever as long as we can scare you….”

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