When will the Netherlands disappear below sea level?

It’s difficult to imagine, but currently the Netherlands is on a trajectory to be swept away by sea level rise. Previous measures are no longer sufficient enough in light of more recent knowledge. The question is not if the Netherlands will disappear below sea level, but when https://www.uu.nl/en/news/the-question-is-not-if-the-netherlands-will-disappear-below-sea-level-but-when As sea levels rise, how long until…

Trumps Mentor and Concealed Self Hypnosis

In this episode, Climate State host Chris Machens takes a look into what possibly makes up the inner workings of President Trump’s mind. Pastor Peale was the only person besides Trump’s farther who he called a mentor. https://books.google.de/books?id=x2jUDQAAQBAJ&pg=PA81&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false Norman Vincent Peale https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norman_Vincent_Peale Climate Scientist speaks on the current Climate Situation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9doFs6f6Dhw Donald Trump https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Trump#Religion

The emergence of heat and humidity too severe for human tolerance

Humans’ ability to efficiently shed heat has enabled us to range over every continent, but a wet-bulb temperature (TW) of 35°C marks our upper physiological limit, and much lower values have serious health and productivity impacts. Climate models project the first 35°C TW occurrences by the mid-21st century. However, a comprehensive evaluation of weather station…

Why the Coronavirus Oil Crash is Good

Update 3/11/20 OilPrice: As a result, the immediate victim will be U.S. shale. “[O]il should bottom out when producers begin physically shutting in wells, which is indeed what set the floor four years ago,” the investment bank added. The carbon bubble is a hypothesized bubble in the valuation of companies dependent on fossil-fuel-based energy production, because the true costs of carbon…

Is the Coronavirus Pandemic Good for the Climate?

Following large scale shutdown of cities and industries, the coronavirus pandemic has temporarily reduced China’s CO2 emissions by a quarter. While international government actions to contain and slow the virus spread vary in aggressiveness it appears certain that international travel – tourism will be seriously impacted for the foreseeable future. With air travel as a…