LibertyBell Posted January 15 Share Posted January 15 16 hours ago, bdgwx said: Most of us here are on the side of peer reviewed literature. I have not seen "Children in North America and Europe won't know what snow is by the year 2015" or "There will be no ice on the polar caps in the summer" or "Seafront property will be underwater" (assuming the context is all seafront property here) appearing in the academic literature. BTW...SH sea ice is at record low levels for this date. That is actually unexpected. The IPCC predicted that sea ice in the SH would increase up to at least 2030 and possibly even 2060 before beginning the decline under most emission pathways. You might find it more beneficial to read the peer reviewed literature. I always recommend the IPCC as an entry point. AR6 WGI is only 2400 pages and relatively easy to read. You can then dive into the details by cross referencing the 10,000 or so first order citations and the hundreds of thousands or millions of second, third, etc. order citations as you feel the need. We're also seeing widespread east coast sunny day coastal flooding so the sea level flooding thing is real and already happening. That's why we're spending trillions of dollars on sea walls (even in red states), like Florida and South Carolina. They know what's going to happen. We're doing that here in NY too. And they have already started to move people away from islands off of the Louisiana coast and relocate them. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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