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BrevCampagnolo wrote:Oooh, that's gonna leave a mark ....
Sea levels are falling
That’s right, according NASA, sea levels are going DOWN! ...

If that article is in truth, that can only equate to excessive water vapor in the atmosphere.. more clouds, more rain.
If that is the condition, then a global COOLING sequence may be in the making.
There also may be a reversing of the so-called "hole" in the atmosphere at the axis of the poles, caused by Freon and other VOCs over the years.
That, along with the nearing end of a solar "warm" cycle, may indicate a return to a mini 'ice age' not too far in the future.
When it happens, then I will accept it.
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"The warnings do not appear to have triggered much concern in the White House, so far. The United States is the only nation in the world that rejects the 2015 Paris climate accord, after the other two nations outside of the agreement, Nicaragua and Syria, signed it.

The chief of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has led recent efforts to question the existing climate change science, reflecting skepticism within the U.S. government about the scale of the challenge. The EPA also rejected claims that devastating hurricanes in recent weeks were worsened by climate change.

President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris accord came last summer as the White House was preparing to rewrite Obama-era rules that were supposed to curb greenhouse gas emissions. U.S. officials feared that being part of the Paris climate agreement and seeking to reverse some of those curbs could have weakened the U.S. government’s position in future lawsuits.


But climate change researchers and U.S. allies abroad fear Trump may ultimately come to regret his decision, as the absence of action’s repercussions are emerging more clearly."
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wor ... 97b67920b3

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate- ... story.html

Rapid Arctic meltdown in Siberia alarms scientists

..."Neither Dallas nor Houston have hit 100 degrees yet this year, but in one of the coldest regions of the world, Siberia’s “Pole of Cold,” the mercury climbed to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit (38 Celsius) on June 20.

If confirmed, the record-breaker in the remote Siberian town of Verkhoyansk, about 3,000 miles east of Moscow, would stand as the highest temperature in the Arctic since record-keeping began in 1885.

The triple-digit record was not a freak event, either, but instead part of a searing heat wave. Verkhoyansk saw 11 straight days with a high temperature of 86 degrees Fahrenheit (30 Celsius) or above, according to Rick Thoman, a climate scientist at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. The average June high at that location is just 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 Celsius).

This week, Ust’-Olenek, Russia, about 450 miles north of the Arctic Circle, recorded a temperature of 93.7 degrees (34.3 Celsius), about 40 degrees above average for the date.On May 22, the Siberian town of Khatanga, located well north of the Arctic Circle, recorded a temperature of 78 degrees Fahrenheit — about 46 degrees above normal."
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