1947 : Ten Degrees Arctic Warming – Coastal Cities To Drown – Send Money

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TimesMachine: May 30, 1947 – NYTimes.com

Seventy years later – the exact same story. That is why Gavin had to make the warm 1940’s disappear


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7 Responses to 1947 : Ten Degrees Arctic Warming – Coastal Cities To Drown – Send Money

  1. omanuel says:

    As Steve Jobs said:

    “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.”
    ― Steve Jobs

    The story from 1947 shows how rapidly Western “science” was corrupted after Stalin emerged victorious from WWII.

    It may be the first “science” stories written by Stalin and published in the New York Times after WWII.

    The previous year, in 1946, Hoyle reported that astronomers and astrophysicists all unanimously agreed to change the interior of the Sun and other ordinary stars from:

    1. Mostly iron (Fe) in 1945 to
    2. Mostly hydrogen (H) in 1946

    That was perhaps the first step in isolating humanity from reality (God), but that decision was not made public until Fred Hoyle published it on pages 153-154 of his 1994 autobiography.

    Stalin’s conclusion about the Sun – the creator and sustainer of every atom, life and world in the Solar System – emerged anonymously in the literature as THE STANDARD SOLAR MODEL. The title informed interested scientists the exact conclusion they would be required to find evidence for if they expected to receive research funds from the government.

  2. smamarver says:

    I’ve just read an new article saying that “Global flood toll to triple by 2030”. And that leed me back to one thought, that it is shocking to see that there are parts of the worls where water is in excess and provoques floods and there are parts in the world where is a shortage of water and people are suffering from both situations. This is another fact that should draw the attention to the oceans and people shoult start discussing the fact that oceans are main factors that generate climate change and they are the ones that we must pay attention to.

  3. Gail Combs says:

    Monsoons – solar climate
    Papers of possible interest:

    Solar forcing of the Indian summer monsoon variability during the Ållerød period September 2013

    Rapid climatic shifts across the last glacial to Holocene transition are pervasive feature of the North Atlantic as well as low latitude proxy archives. Our decadal to centennial scale record of summer monsoon proxy Globigerina bulloides from rapidly accumulating sediments from Hole 723A, Arabian Sea shows two distinct intervals of weak summer monsoon wind coinciding with cold periods within Ållerød inerstadial of the North Atlantic named here as IACP-A1 and IACP-A2 and dated (within dating uncertainties) at 13.5 and 13.3 calibrated kilo years before the present (cal kyr BP), respectively. Spectral analysis of the Globigerina bulloides time series for the segment 13.6–13.1 kyr (Ållerød period) reveals a strong solar 208-year cycle also known as de Vries or Suess cycle, suggesting that the centennial scale variability in Indian summer monsoon winds during the Ållerød inerstadial was driven by changes in the solar irradiance through stratospheric-tropospheric interactions.

    Similar paper from 2001: Evidence for solar forcing on the Indian monsoon during the last millennium

    And a try at modeling:
    Simulation of the Indian monsoon and its variability during the last millennium

    The general circulation model ECHAM5 has been used to simulate the Indian monsoon and its variability during the Medieval Warm Period (MWP; 900–1100 AD), the Little Ice Age (LIA; 1515–1715 AD) and for recent climate (REC; 1800–2000 AD). The focus is on the analysis of external drivers and internal feedbacks leading to extreme rainfall events over India from interannual to multidecadal time scale. An evaluation of spatiotemporal monsoon patterns with present-day observation data is in agreement with other state-of-the-art monsoon modeling studies. The simulated monsoon intensity on multidecadal time scale is weakened (enhanced) in summer (winter) due to colder (warmer) SSTs in the Indian Ocean. Variations in solar insolation are the main drivers for these SST anomalies, verified by very strong temporal anticorrelations between Total Solar Irradiance and All-India-Monsoon-Rainfall in summer monsoon months. The external solar forcing is coupled and overlain by internal climate modes of the ocean (ENSO and IOD) with asynchronous intensities and lengths of periods.…..

  4. DD More says:

    Well obviously they got the money, but it ran out 30 years later. What else could have stopped the warming and lead to the high in Arctic Sea Ice levels in 1978.

    Gail – Indian Ocean Dipole is what I have seen as the name for the monsoon cycles.

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