Exploring Hydrocarbon Depletion
Oklahoma just endured a spell of exceptionally hot weather. Mangum, Oklahoma saw temperatures close to 100º F, setting a state record. The average February high in Mangum is 56º F.
M_B_S wrote:Can Australia's wicked heat wave convince climate change deniers?
Sydney's sweltering recent record high of 47 degrees Celsius has brought the reality of climate change into sharp focus for many Australians. Skepticism in the country is waning - quickly enough?
Thousands of bats fell dead out of the trees as Sydney's parched suburbs reached their hottest temperature on record earlier this month: 47 degrees Celsius (117 degrees Fahrenheit) saw parts of the city receiving the dubious honor of being the hottest place on the planet that day.
That would be considered an unusually hot day, even in the Sahara Desert.
The city's human residents fled to beaches, shops sold out of fans and power cuts hit more than 40,000 homes in southern Australia after the electricity grid struggled to cope with air conditioning demand. A total of 87 fires raged across the state of New South Wales at the heat wave's peak in February.....
http://www.dw.com/en/can-australias-wic ... a-37668523
The MAD MAX SCENARIO is reality in 2017
World is still full speed on it!
M_B_S wrote:MARCH 5 2017
Extreme heatwave days already hitting poorer nations more than rich
http://www.smh.com.au/environment/clima ... uq7jl.html
https://scroll.in/article/830811/a-repe ... likely-now
Newfie wrote:I know what will happen then!
Large sections of the Great Barrier Reef are already dead, and scientists warn that the rest of the coral organisms that make up the sprawling reef ecosystem will die if global warming continues unabated.
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