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While world leaders spoke at a 'global warming' conference in Dubai, located in the heart of the Arabian Desert, discussing the usual: banning gas stoves, cow farts, and petrol-powered vehicles, a powerful snowstorm grounded all flights at Munich Airport in Germany. 

"Private jets in Munich on the way to Dubai global warming conference are literally frozen on the runway, which has turned into a glacier," said Ryan Maue, a meteorologist and former NOAA chief scientist. 
https://www.zerohedge.com/weather/private-jets-headed-global-warming-conference-literally-frozen-runway

 

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AWKWARD :lol:

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“Global warming” isn’t the topic, hasn’t been since the 20th century. 
It’s the wild changes in climate, you know… like freak freezes affecting airports. 

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It's freezing in Dorset UK atm. If only there was some way we could raise global temperature a few degrees, we'd be more comfortable and save a fortune on heating (Just Stop Oil would be pleased). We need some sort of international meeting to discuss strategies.

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2 hours ago, pellinore said:

It's freezing in Dorset UK atm. If only there was some way we could raise global temperature a few degrees, we'd be more comfortable and save a fortune on heating (Just Stop Oil would be pleased). We need some sort of international meeting to discuss strategies.

Speaking of Just Stop Oil. :innocent:

 

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Climate change means warmers summers and colder winters. More hurricanes. Just more extreme weather patterns in general.

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10 hours ago, WVK said:

While world leaders spoke at a 'global warming' conference in Dubai, located in the heart of the Arabian Desert, discussing the usual: banning gas stoves, cow farts, and petrol-powered vehicles, a powerful snowstorm grounded all flights at Munich Airport in Germany. 

"Private jets in Munich on the way to Dubai global warming conference are literally frozen on the runway, which has turned into a glacier," said Ryan Maue, a meteorologist and former NOAA chief scientist. 
https://www.zerohedge.com/weather/private-jets-headed-global-warming-conference-literally-frozen-runway

This is why we now call the phenomenon "Climate Change", not Global Warming.  The fact is, worldwide temperatures are rising, but that rise in temperature is normally experienced at night, and with fewer frozen puddles and grass in the morning in many part of the world.  The fact is, extreme weather events become more frequent because of there being too much energy stored in the Planet's atmosphere from industry pumping pollution out.  This is why we see 100 year flood levels exceeded every decade now.  This is why every hurricane season gets more lethal.  Thankfully there is an easy and cheap answer to Climate Change called Oceanic Iron Fertilization

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12 hours ago, WVK said:

While world leaders spoke at a 'global warming' conference in Dubai, located in the heart of the Arabian Desert, discussing the usual: banning gas stoves, cow farts, and petrol-powered vehicles, a powerful snowstorm grounded all flights at Munich Airport in Germany. 

"Private jets in Munich on the way to Dubai global warming conference are literally frozen on the runway, which has turned into a glacier," said Ryan Maue, a meteorologist and former NOAA chief scientist. 
https://www.zerohedge.com/weather/private-jets-headed-global-warming-conference-literally-frozen-runway

 

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11 hours ago, pellinore said:

It's freezing in Dorset UK atm. If only there was some way we could raise global temperature a few degrees, we'd be more comfortable and save a fortune on heating (Just Stop Oil would be pleased). We need some sort of international meeting to discuss strategies.

My cousins on your island say Brits spontaneously combust over 29c. 

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1 hour ago, Piney said:

My cousins on your island say Brits spontaneously combust over 29c. 

Can confirm.  Mainly happens to gingers with freckles.

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3 hours ago, Alchopwn said:

This is why we now call the phenomenon "Climate Change", not Global Warming.  The fact is, worldwide temperatures are rising, but that rise in temperature is normally experienced at night, and with fewer frozen puddles and grass in the morning in many part of the world.  The fact is, extreme weather events become more frequent because of there being too much energy stored in the Planet's atmosphere from industry pumping pollution out.  This is why we see 100 year flood levels exceeded every decade now.  This is why every hurricane season gets more lethal.  Thankfully there is an easy and cheap answer to Climate Change called Oceanic Iron Fertilization

The windmill lobby isn’t going to approve that solution,

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1 hour ago, WVK said:

The windmill lobby isn’t going to approve that solution,

Who's the "Windmill Lobby"? 

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9 minutes ago, WVK said:

Well, let me let you into something. The American Clean Power Association which succeeded this group would never be against oceanic iron fertilization and it doesn't affect wind farm owners. 

 

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1 minute ago, Piney said:

Well, let me let you into something. The American Clean Power Association which succeeded this group would never be against oceanic iron fertilization and it doesn't affect wind farm owners. 

 

I was joking.

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On 12/3/2023 at 11:25 PM, WVK said:

The windmill lobby isn’t going to approve that solution,

Actually they shouldn't have any problem with it.  Just because we have an answer for the pollution doesn't mean we need to suddenly stop producing clean energy.  The fact is, we are nearly out of fossil fuels.  We each may live to see plastic becoming a scarce commodity because there is nothing left to make it from.

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On 12/3/2023 at 3:57 AM, Alchopwn said:

This is why we now call the phenomenon "Climate Change", not Global Warming.  The fact is, worldwide temperatures are rising, but that rise in temperature is normally experienced at night, and with fewer frozen puddles and grass in the morning in many part of the world.  The fact is, extreme weather events become more frequent because of there being too much energy stored in the Planet's atmosphere from industry pumping pollution out.  This is why we see 100 year flood levels exceeded every decade now.  This is why every hurricane season gets more lethal.  Thankfully there is an easy and cheap answer to Climate Change called Oceanic Iron Fertilization

i'm interested in your choice of words where you wrote "too much energy stored" in the atmosphere. are you meaning that the problem of climate change is essentially an imbalance in the allocation of energy on earth? if so, could you explain just a bit more? or are you just pointing out that we expend energy which pollutes the atmosphere?

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11 minutes ago, DayoOlabisi said:

i'm interested in your choice of words where you wrote "too much energy stored" in the atmosphere. are you meaning that the problem of climate change is essentially an imbalance in the allocation of energy on earth? if so, could you explain just a bit more? or are you just pointing out that we expend energy which pollutes the atmosphere?

Sure.  The energy I am speaking of is largely waste heat, and of course the CO2 that traps the heat.  The oil and coal that used to be underground has been dug up and burned as fuel.  The burning for that fuel has released a lot of energy.  So what does that heat energy then do?  It causes knock-on effects of extreme weather events, as well as heating the oceans such that coral reefs begin to die.  The heat also causes the ice shelfs and glaciers of the world to melt, potentially causing major floods from rising sea levels in the future.  The pollution we think of is mainly car fumes and industrial smoke, and that makes life very unpleasant, but the CO2 trapping the heat in the atmosphere is what is driving Climate Change afaik.

This is why Oceanic Iron Fertilization is a great way to solve the problem.  Phytoplankton are the lungs of the world and dispose of CO2, but we don't have enough of them to fix our problems.  By fertilizing the oceans with iron, the phytoplankton needs that iron to reproduce, and when fed it, the phytoplankton blooms, and all the fish have plenty to eat, so the fish stocks recover too.  Normally, phytoplankton relies on red (iron rich) dust blowing into the Atlantic from the Sahara for its iron.  It is cheap for humans to provide that dust in a form the phytoplankton can readily absorb and replenish the lungs of the world to cope with our "smoking problem".

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2 hours ago, Alchopwn said:

Sure.  The energy I am speaking of is largely waste heat, and of course the CO2 that traps the heat.  The oil and coal that used to be underground has been dug up and burned as fuel.  The burning for that fuel has released a lot of energy.  So what does that heat energy then do?  It causes knock-on effects of extreme weather events, as well as heating the oceans such that coral reefs begin to die.  The heat also causes the ice shelfs and glaciers of the world to melt, potentially causing major floods from rising sea levels in the future.  The pollution we think of is mainly car fumes and industrial smoke, and that makes life very unpleasant, but the CO2 trapping the heat in the atmosphere is what is driving Climate Change afaik.

This is why Oceanic Iron Fertilization is a great way to solve the problem.  Phytoplankton are the lungs of the world and dispose of CO2, but we don't have enough of them to fix our problems.  By fertilizing the oceans with iron, the phytoplankton needs that iron to reproduce, and when fed it, the phytoplankton blooms, and all the fish have plenty to eat, so the fish stocks recover too.  Normally, phytoplankton relies on red (iron rich) dust blowing into the Atlantic from the Sahara for its iron.  It is cheap for humans to provide that dust in a form the phytoplankton can readily absorb and replenish the lungs of the world to cope with our "smoking problem".

ahhh i see, you're referring to the heat that is trapped. i thought you might by talking about some type of energy that was causing the heat to be trapped. i hadn't heard anything like this before, so i was curious if there was a theory about energy allocation across the planet.

this is the first i've heard of oceanic iron fertilization. has something caused less natural iron to blow into the oceans? or do we just need more of it to counteract that amount of CO2? if it's the latter, it sounds like we could potentially create an ecological boom that will result from the utilization of all the extra CO2. more phytoplankton=more for the rest of the upper food chain. potentially increases biodiversity (probably still net negative given other environmental factors though). i'm sure there are some unintended and unanticipated consequences though.

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On 12/3/2023 at 10:30 AM, Piney said:

My cousins on your island say Brits spontaneously combust over 29c. 

I think it is because we are never prepared for anything. Two inches of snow and the country comes to a standstill as we haven't gritted the roads and railway signals freeze up. 30 degrees in Summer and we set ourselves on fire as no one thinks that BBQs in dry heathland may be a bad idea. We are even caught out by Autumn- leaves on the line ( Slippery rail - Wikipedia) . The only season we can safely be left to ourselves is Spring.

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11 minutes ago, pellinore said:

I think it is because we are never prepared for anything. Two inches of snow and the country comes to a standstill as we haven't gritted the roads and railway signals freeze up. 30 degrees in Summer and we set ourselves on fire as no one thinks that BBQs in dry heathland may be a bad idea. We are even caught out by Autumn- leaves on the line ( Slippery rail - Wikipedia) . The only season we can safely be left to ourselves is Spring.

That's because your ****ing all bloody Hobbits. Except Northerners, Yammys and Scousers. They are orcs, goblins and goblins with sharp things. 

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On 12/2/2023 at 1:56 PM, WVK said:

While world leaders spoke at a 'global warming' conference in Dubai, located in the heart of the Arabian Desert, discussing the usual: banning gas stoves, cow farts, and petrol-powered vehicles, a powerful snowstorm grounded all flights at Munich Airport in Germany. 

"Private jets in Munich on the way to Dubai global warming conference are literally frozen on the runway, which has turned into a glacier," said Ryan Maue, a meteorologist and former NOAA chief scientist. 

What a scam.  It it were not so nefarious, it would be a joke.  Globalist get their way again with another delay.  A climate conference, what a hoot!

Was it held on a Pacific Island  disappearing below a rising sea level?  No.

Was it held in a struggling  African nation that needs energy for development but has no petroleum resources? No.

Was it held in a country like Scotland making gains in harnessing wind energy? No,

Was it held in Norway whose North Sea Petroleum Fund will pay for public works in Norway for the next 200 years?  No.

Was it held in a European country with good projects and progress to show others? No.

Was it accessible by train or car ?  No. World leaders took the bait and were subject to criticism and ridicule for flying in on their jets. 

It was held in the richest oil producing region in the world by its leader  who just happens to be an oil executive as well.  No conflict of interest there.  Before the conference the leader said that there was no science to say we needed to phase out oil.  News leaked out that it had been planned as a gathering to make large petroleum deals behind the scenes.

All that was missing was a famous entertainer doing an impression of windmills killing whales and the noise of spinning blades causing cancer and a famous imitation of ta trans weight lifter.  That always brings the house down.

 

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On 12/5/2023 at 5:58 AM, DayoOlabisi said:

this is the first i've heard of oceanic iron fertilization. has something caused less natural iron to blow into the oceans? or do we just need more of it to counteract that amount of CO2? if it's the latter, it sounds like we could potentially create an ecological boom that will result from the utilization of all the extra CO2. more phytoplankton=more for the rest of the upper food chain. potentially increases biodiversity (probably still net negative given other environmental factors though). i'm sure there are some unintended and unanticipated consequences though.

You got it !  Definitely the second option.  Good work.  :tu:

In terms of the so-called unanticipated consequences, there are a couple of b!tch!ngs going on.  The first is that it won't sequester carbon properly because it will all be consumed by the fish.  This can be dismissed by proper utilization of directing blooms into oceanic deserts where there are no fish (of course using the iron to replenish fish stocks is also a great idea).  The other alleged problem is that it will cause a plague of jellyfish somehow.  However that also won't happen in an oceanic desert. 

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What would the world look like without oil?

Perpetually stuck in a steam driven dirty world filled with coal dust… we probably would have progressed up to an equivalent of the 1920’s or 1930’s by the 1980’s and then coal gasification and liquefaction would have taken off… we would be going through our 1950’s equivalent now… technology would move at a crawl compared to the liberation oil gave us.

Global warming would have started 50 years ago. Pollution and smog would rule. There would be 3 billion less people. Neither world wars would have happened in scale. The nuclear revolution is yet to come because the lack of processing technology and extraction capabilities. A large portion of the country still lives on farms. Computers and the internet don't exist.

The lack of innovation opportunities due to chemical, material and energy constraints would dramatically slow growth both economically and technologically

The big energy revolution could come from the discovery of methane hydrates (as I exclude natural gas here as it is synonymous with oil).

Nuclear wouldnt be happening because the infrastructure of oil made nuclear possible. Additionally, when nuclear does come online, it doesn't have enough total energy from known reserves of uranium to fill the gap made in the absence of oil. Our current energy usage of oil would require 2 million pounds of uranium per day and that isn't sustainable.

Bio-fuels rely on fertilizer which comes from oil so you can nix that.

Solar relies on the semiconductor wafer fabrication which is heavily dependant on oil … nix that.

Wind, geothermal, Hydro, Tidal, Coal, Coal gasification, coal liquefaction, charcoal and methane hydrates would be it. None of these would be as energy dense and cheap as oil on the scale of mass we use them today.

There is no replacement for oil … anyone who thinks there is is delusional … it is used in everything …Life would be unrecognizable. We extract 26 billion pounds of oil from the earth each day. Nearly 4 lbs for every man woman and child every day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

https://www.quora.com/What-would-the-world-look-like-without-oil

 

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