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Earth’s Atmospheric CO2 Soars to Highest Level in 4 Million Years

Earth’s Atmospheric CO2 Soars to Highest Level in 4 Million Years

The Defender, 9 June, 2021 New data released Monday showed atmospheric carbon dioxide reached a monthly average of 419 parts per million in May, the maximum reading ever recorded since measurements began 63 years ago and the highest level the planet has experienced in more than 4 million years. The Defender is experiencing censorship on many social channels. Be sure to stay in touch with the news that matters by subscribing to our top news of the day. It’s free. New data released Monday…

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‘Mindboggling’ Arctic heatwave breaks records

‘Mindboggling’ Arctic heatwave breaks records

‘Profound heatwaves’ in region will be more common, warns meteorologist the Independent, 24 May, 2021 A “mind-boggling” heat wave in the Arctic has broken temperature records in north-west Russia,  meteorologists have said. Last Wednesday, the mercury rose above 30C in parts of the Arctic, significantly above the average for the time of year. Scott Duncan, a meteorologist based in the UK, described conditions as “truly exceptional for any time of the year but mind-boggling for May”. The climate expert added that because the Arctic…

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China Braces For Summer Of Floods As 97 Rivers Exceed Warning Levels 

China Braces For Summer Of Floods As 97 Rivers Exceed Warning Levels 

Zero Hedge, 28 May, 2021 China braces for another dangerous flood season with 97 rivers already exceeding warning levels as of Thursday, according to Chinese state media Global Times. Major floods are expected this summer, and Western media will soon be drumming up headlines about how confidence in China’s flood control capabilities is faltering.  Water levels along the Yangtze River basin and its tributaries are expected to increase over the next week, the Ministry of Water Resources said, adding that major floods…

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Igor Semiletov interviewed

Igor Semiletov interviewed

Sources of Arctic Methane | Igor Semiletov | Unseen footage of methane plumes from 2020 voyage | pt1 The whole series will also be published on https://climateseries.com and https://genn.cc This is part 1 in series of three posts on methane releases from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf recorded in 2021. This is the first in a miniseries discussing the ongoing work in the Russian Arctic talking to Dr Igor Semiletov, one of the lead scientists who has been studying the…

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Water wells are at risk of going dry in the US and worldwide

Water wells are at risk of going dry in the US and worldwide

As the drought outlook for the Western U.S. becomes increasingly bleak, attention is turning once again to groundwater – literally, water stored in the ground. It is Earth’s most widespread and reliable source of fresh water, but it’s not limitless. the Conversation, 10 May, 2021   Wells that people drill to access groundwater supply nearly half the water used for irrigated agriculture in the U.S. and provide over 100 million Americans with drinking water. Unfortunately, pervasive pumping is causing groundwater levels…

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Southern Marlborough farmers face grim winter as extreme drought-like conditions continue

Southern Marlborough farmers face grim winter as extreme drought-like conditions continue

Drought-LIKE conditions?! When in Gisbourne soil moisture is 27 % of average! This is reported this way as a signal the government, which is preoccupied with a “covid-19” plandemic, will do nothing for farmers. Newshub, 8 Mat, 2021 Southern Marlborough farmers are heading into winter with a grim outlook. The region is experiencing extreme drought-like conditions and there’s no end to the dry weather in sight. Farmers at rock-bottom as parts of the country the driest they’ve ever been Study…

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Ice on fire: first wildfires are registered around the world’s Pole of Cold in Yakutia

Ice on fire: first wildfires are registered around the world’s Pole of Cold in Yakutia

I have been talking about peat fires in Siberia for several years before it was mentioned. The Siberian Times and Gizmodo seem to be the only outlets talking about some of the most important news on the planet. By Svetlana Skarbo, Valeria Sukhova Siberian Times, 04 May 2021 Could burning ground in an area as extremely cold as Oymyakon be caused by zombie fires? 1 May 2021 wildfire south of Oymyakon (Yakutia), the coldest inhabited settlement on Earth. Picture: Pierre Markuse …

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Drought in the American West and rising food prices

Drought in the American West and rising food prices

The good folk at TruNews think this is part of a move to an Ice Age. With what I know with years of research, I know better. MEGADROUGHT: WESTERN USA ENTERING WORST DROUGHT IN 1200 YEARS Today on TRUNEWS, host Edward Szall looks at the increasing mainstream science reports on the coming megadrought in the Western US. With forecasters saying that they haven’t seen anything like this in 1200 years, how will this impact the food supply and migration of…

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