First of all the arguments of global warming etc which i dont think should be part of this, but it is part of it so its hard not to talk of it.
Firstly global warming is a theory and not a fact.
Consider why that is. What happens if it is fact. If its a fact then that means certain groups countries and actions are more responsible than
others for floods, damage etc. Anyone want to start a law suit?
Ridiculous and how could that be?
When they finally turned tobacco into a fact. Fact - Smoking causes cancer- who got sued? ........
Okay the melting issue now
The worrying element is a quote from here :-
Its news article relating to the same story -
Several years ago he would have predicted a complete melt of Arctic sea ice in summer would occur by the year 2070 to 2100, Serreze said. But at
the rates now occurring, a complete melt could happen by 2030, he said Friday.
So if x amount more of ice is lost - x amount more of water is heated - x amount less of sun is reflected = x amount more of water - x amount more
evaporation - x amount more precipitation - x amount of variable change in current
Its that domino effect really. Which means all of this means again x amount more ice to recover in winter - but if winter lasts x amount shorter -
and spring and heat negins x amount earlier - means next year - x amount more melting to begin from a previous year of x amount less ice
meaning - x amount more ice loss - than the last before the last year
anyone still with me
Which means this 2030 figure of complete melt could each year begin to rapidly reduce to 2020 - 2015 ?
Some will still think nope rubbish its only theory - perhaps if they still think that with water round the ankles then maybe they have to question
the stubborness of rhetoric :p
What i also consider is considering weather patterns and events 2005/2006 - then if we have had a further drop in ice meaning a further increase in
water into the mix - what knock on effect will that engage into the 2007/2008 weather cycle
Will the UK once again see further flooding? One interesting thing that was mentioned by the BBC during the floods was that if this was indication
of climate shift consider what would happen should the UK be faced with the same amount of precipitation in a winter cycle - ie snow
That would result in snowfalls in the UK comparable with Canada and the Russian districts. The UK generally is not quite ready for such heavy
As each year goes on carbon emission increases due to population and resource consumption, and each year it accelerates. The 20th century is like
flooring the gas pedal when the light goes green.
The planet is itself a natural system that will rectify itself no matter what we do. But as each year passes it looks like one day coming more
sooner each day, we will have to witness how the planet does this. Its ocean currents will shift, and it will again in time refrigerate itself to
combat the bombardment of solar warming.