Global Climate Disruption And Ocean Acidification Leading To Record Land And Sea Food Harvests

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16 Responses to Global Climate Disruption And Ocean Acidification Leading To Record Land And Sea Food Harvests

  1. Mohatdebos says:

    Prosperity is the enemy of communism/socialism. That is why the green central planners want to eliminate cheap energy. Their world is not “sustainable” if people are well fed and prosperous.

  2. kbray in california says:

    Records yes, but extreme weather events like floods, droughts, tornadoes, hurricanes, cyclones, hail, tsunamis, ice melt, nuclear calamities, etc. will bring those harvest numbers back to deficit.
    It’s the new normal.

    • Yeah right. Not. Put the bong down and think. Lowest hurricane season in a while.

    • Ernest Bush says:

      You should seriously seek medical help for your depression. All of the above have been the normal conditions of the entire history of man on this planet, except for “nuclear calamities. Nuclear power has resulted in the fewest deaths of any other method of generating electricity while including the “calamities.” There is a growing body of evidence that the increase in CO2 in the atmosphere and slight warming trend have brought prosperity to a growing number of nations due to the resulting “greening” of the earth. But I don’t expect you to spend the time to look up that evidence, or believe it if you did. You obviously belong to the Warmist religion. Either that or you forgot to put /sarc after your comments.

  3. Avery Harden says:

    From the IPCC report:
    “the rate of warming over the past 15
    years (1998–2012; 0.05 [–0.05 to +0.15] °C per decade), which begins with a strong El Niño, is
    smaller than the rate calculated since 1951 (1951–2012; 0.12 [0.08 to 0.14] °C per decade)”

    The key here is the 1998 El Nino which was the all time high temperature. Sure the next few years would not be as hot, but the long term trend is still going up. Same with arctic sea ice, 2012 was the lowest coverage on record. Surely 2013 would not be as low, but it is still as low as the downward longterm trend. Certainly no “recovery”.
    Overall temperatures are up just under a degree since 1900. For the arctic, they are up a degree and half. How do you “recover” with that. I know, you just casually blow off all the science behind this. And smoking does not cause cancer.

    • Arctic ice extent is the highest in nine years

      This has nothing to do with smoking and cancer, and it is astonishing that you would bring such idiocy into the discussion.

      • Justa Joe says:

        Avery Softie is butt hurt because of the fact that there are bumper crops when his alarmists leftie leaders have been lying about global climate related catastrophies since… well forever. Reporting on bumper crops cannot be tolerated you should lie and say X million people are going to starve because of a purported fraction of a degree rise in average global temperatures over a century, or the masses may not be willing to subject them selves to the benificent management of the left.

    • glenncz says:

      Exactly – good point. Steve is wrong on this one. This debate is just like the “smoking does not cancer”. The big GREEN ENVIRONMENTAL NGO’s and Alternative Energy corporation, along with thousands of scientists and news agencies worldwide are all in a big money-sucking, lying cabal to deceive the public regarding climate. They have done a great job in convincing much of the civilized world that changing 1 in 20,000 parts of the atmosphere form something to CO2 has been the controlling thermostat for temperature, climate change and our ecosystems.

    • Latitude says:

      Sure the next few years would not be as hot, but the long term trend is still going up.
      Avery, can you read a NOAA ice core graph?

    • RAVerhoeckx says:

      Is this you Barry ? or should I say Barrach Hussein Obama ?

    • Andy DC says:

      If you look at US weather stations away from the urban heat island effect, there has been virtually no warming since 1940. In fact out of the past 73 years, there has only been one period of significant warming, 1979-1998. The other years, the trend has been neutral or cooling.

      An effect that works only 20 out of the last 73 years (27% of the time) is certainly not settled science or convincing evidence of catastrophic warming.

    • Ernest Bush says:

      The fact that your are quoting from the latest IPCC report tells everybody here that they should ignore your comments, but some people actually like to rise to the bait. If you have drunk from that kool aid there is no hope for you. This has been one of the coolest, wettest, years in Arizona history. I travelled from the northeast corner to the lowest part of the southwest desert earlier this month and I was in awe of how green it all looks. There has been a growing trend for some years toward having grass growing on both the low hills and flat areas in Yuma County during parts of the year. The Navajo desert country was vivid green in some places and the cattle, goats, and horses were obviously enjoying the benefit.

      Unfortunately, as most of us know here, the evidence is less than stellar that this warming trend will continue. The snow pack is already starting to accumulate in a few areas of the country.

    • gator69 says:

      And I guess El Ninos just appear out of nowhere. Remember what your mother and the IPCC told you, don’t look into the Sun. 😆

  4. Justa Joe says:

    All Goddard did was to have the temerity to post some snippets about bumper crops and that was enough to push leftards into completely non-sequitor rants about cancer and smoking. This Avery character is a real piece of work.

  5. omnologos says:

    The IPCC foretold extremes, and we have extremes. THEY HAVE BEEN RIGHT ALL ALONG! 😉

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