Tracking Eco-Destruction, 2018: Developing An Annual Temperature Profile


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 04 January 2018

 

Tracking Eco-Destruction
2018
Developing An Annual Temperature Profile

Tracking Destruction

Researchers use 'global thermometer' to track temperature extremes, droughts,
Oregon State University, January 3, 2018.

Introducing a new way of measuring and tracking consequences of rising global temps.

8-day maximum land surface temperatures readings reveal correlations between rising global warming to heat waves, droughts, and the pace of Greenland melting.

These advances, when associated with our improved modeling, are going to give us the “best seat in the house” for watching us finish-off destroying the traditional weather and ecology of Planet Earth.

 

2017 Hottest in Ca History, still increasing, RECENT TEMP RECORDS

 

Improved Climate Modeling

 

About the models
Are the Worse Models the best fits for our Observable Reality?
(Hint: Yes.)

 

 

Future on Fire

Two degrees of warming already baked in,
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT BOULDER, July 31, 2017

 

 

2018 ECO-CRASH NEWS

 

 

 

January 2018 News of Man & Nature

 

 

 

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