Tag Archives: arctic ice

Did we just dodge the extinction bullet?

I’ve been talking about the increasing likelihood of losing Arctic Ice this year. Scientist after scientist has come forward over the past two years to say this year could be it–that the once-dismissed projections of Guy McPherson were now supported by the projections of the Naval Postgraduate College, Harvard scientist James Anderson, and Ocean physicist […]

So long and thanks for nuthin’

Wow–my last post was UBER depressing, huh? Sorry about that (it also had a record number of hits over 48 hour period). The data has been building up for awhile and I haven’t done a long-form piece on the predicaments. If you’re new to the blog, I don’t write often enough for these to sink […]

Latest from Guy and other things

I was really moved by Dr. Guy McPherson’s latest video. Yes, he’s still talking about near term human extinction. No, it ain’t fixed. No, it probably can’t be fixed. But he’s no longer the methodical, analytic individual I first encountered when watching his videos from 2012. I think he’s playing to an audience of his […]

“I feel a great disturbance in the Force”–2017 so far

I’ve never tried to predict things on the eve of a new year. This is not some bit of humility on my part. It’s because I’ve been perennially depressed by the whole Xmas season and I have no ambition by the time New Years’ rolls into sight. This year is no exception. Plans to get away […]

My article makes Huffpo

Thanks to my FB pal Angie Cordeiro (whose work I championed here a few weeks ago), the better part of my post ‘We Interrupt this Election…‘ has made the Huffington Post. Thanks to Angie for her work to make me seem smarter. It’s an unforgiving task.  Now, if you want to help support this effort […]

October 11 methane plume and dire predictions

Regarding the Malcolm Light prediction I reported about October 3 (if you haven’t read it, it’s here, with an update here). The above series of diagrams (and many more that are relevant to the October 11 date) was just released by the Arctic News Group. Long story short; the above rendering shows a tiny dot where temperatures […]