Sorry, it’s been a really tough Holiday season and I have not much to tell you that will warm the cockles of your heart. This missive arrived in my FB feed this AM:
While institutional science will take years, if not decades, to confirm a correlation between human-forced climate change and strong North Atlantic storms, Scribbler believes that Wednesday’s insane warmth at the pole resembles the southern incursions of the “polar vortex” that have been seen in recent winters. These changes are related to human-forced climate change, he writes: a sign that something in the atmosphere has gone “dreadfully wrong.”
I don’t know if this is confirmation of my earlier Sam Carana post about events locking themselves into runaway warming after October third of this year. But if the ice is disappearing RIGHT NOW at the moment when the Arctic should be coldest (el Nino or not), what happens when summer 2016 kicks in?
I have a couple articles in the hopper. Come back in about 24-48 hours.
Enjoy your Champagne tomorrow. Even Pope Francis told his Christmas audience that this year’s holiday may be the last for humanity.