Tag Archives: sam carana

Let’s back up here…

This is a moment to back up a bit. I have put out lots of info on climate over the past five years, and some of it has changed. There are assumptions that people are making now, what with the sixth IPCC assessment now out.  A lot of folks reading my blog lately don’t understand many […]

Did I speak too soon on Extinction?

Well, this is confounding. A few days ago, I posted that we might have ducked a meltdown of Arctic ice for the year–we’re heading into September, and while we’ve lost a lot of ice mass, we aren’t at a blue ocean event. DERP. The Arctic Methane Emergency Group has a scientist named Sam Carana. Or […]

New chart on Methane and climate

Not much to say here. I’ve used the 2014 version of this chart in previous posts.  This chart is a bit complicated. The numbers along the bottom are years, with the chart at 2016. The numbers along the left side are estimates of methane in the atmosphere. The (mostly) pink triangle predicts when certain milestones […]

When Habitat packs it in

Election is out of my system for the most part, so I thought I’d post this. As you know (if you’ve followed my posts), I’m doing a funny little play called PLANET HOSPICE come November and it’s about human extinction. People in denial about how far we’ve passed the tipping point seem to forget that […]

We interrupt this election…

I’m stepping away from the election coverage I’ve been doing over the past month. While such blogs have driven traffic here, I have some opinions about the futility of the election that would probably drive traffic away. Simply put, I don’t expect any presidential candidate to change the issues coming up with climate collapse. And […]

Where the Hell did I go?

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, […]

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 […]