CO2 and ocean chemistry

by Dr. Daniele Mazza Oceans cover about 71% of the earth surface, but their influence on climate change is not only due to high heat capacity of water , not only to the ocean’s water circulation, but to a fact which is widely underestimated : the pH (acidity level) of sea-water is substantially alkaline, ranging…

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140 Years to a PETM-Style Doomsday!!! Another PETM/Chicken Little of the Sea Epic Fail

Guest geology lesson by David Middleton PETM = Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum Research ArticleTemporal Scaling of Carbon Emission and Accumulation Rates: Modern Anthropogenic Emissions Compared to Estimates of PETM Onset Accumulation Philip D. GingerichFirst published: 30 January 2019 […] Plain Language Summary The Paleocene‐Eocene thermal maximum (PETM) is a global greenhouse warming event that happened 56…

@Newsweek goes full retard

From the “Surely this is satire. Sadly, no” department comes this wild claim from Newsweek and writer Nayanika Mathur Excerpts: The reasons why big cats turn on humans are complex and can be specific to individuals. But they can no longer be explained outside the context of climate change. Biodiversity depletion, habitat loss, extreme weather…

NASA Testing Method to Grow Bigger Plants in Space

From NASA By Danielle Sempsrott NASA’s Kennedy Space Center In an effort to increase the ability to provide astronauts nutrients on long-duration missions as the agency plans to sustainably return to the Moon and move forward to Mars, the Veg-PONDS-02 experiment is currently underway aboard the International Space Station. The present method of growing plants…