Good News, There’s Only Eight Years Left

Say, what happens in 8 years if Doom doesn’t arrive? Who gets held responsible for the scaremongering prognostications?

“Eight years left to turn the ship”: Scientists share how climate change could change daily life

Earlier this month, more than 300 people in South Africa were killed as record rainfall washed away buildings and infrastructure in the Kwa-Zulu Natal province. A day earlier, dozens were killed in the Philippines after tropical storm Megi spurred landslides and floods.

The world is rapidly shifting — and the impact of human-caused climate change is increasingly evident.

“We’re in a very different place now from where we were even just a couple decades ago,” atmospheric physicist Alex Hall, director of the UCLA Center of Climate Science, told CBS News.

Just wondering, how does this compare to the previous Holocene warm periods? It’s rather important information to know for comparison. Further, there’s always going to be some sort of record rainfall, and putting buildings in areas means the water has nowhere to go, creating landslides.

This is why experts say carbon emissions must be addressed immediately. Carbon dioxide is the most abundant of the greenhouse gases — a set of gases that in large quantities create a sort of heavy blanket in the atmosphere that traps heat on Earth. In 2020, carbon dioxide accounted for roughly 79% of all greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Failure to limit this gas over the next eight years, the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has warned, will bring about so much warming that the 2030s will bring “extreme events unprecedented in the observational record.”

And it’s a grim future in store if we don’t take action swiftly.

Grim! It’s so grim that almost no climate scientists have given up their fossil fueled travel, moved into tiny homes, etc and so on. And, what will they say when Doom doesn’t arrive in 2030?

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3 Responses to “Good News, There’s Only Eight Years Left”

  1. Dana says:

    So, come January 1, 2031, the warmunists will just throw up their hands and say, “Well, OK, there’s nothing we can do now, so might as well just enjoy the ride,” and leave the rest of us the f(ornicate) alone?

    2000-0-0, party’s over, oops, out of time
    So tonight we’re party like it’s 1999!

  2. david7134 says:

    I thought we only had 3 years left, and before that one year. Now it is 8 years. The end is near. But if CO2 hangs around for 20 years, isn’t it too late now. Then the COVID is going to get us no matter what.

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