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Ice is melting at 88 degrees North

Ice is melting at 88 degrees North

All the Near Term Human Extinction death cult people will be getting ready to call a large party at this graph. “We’re safe for another year!” Reality, which they never ever check tell us otherwise. Today was one of the days where the cloud has dissipated to a level where one can see what is really happening – and it is much as I said in my previous video. The ice is breaking up throughout much of the region north…

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IPCC creates ‘Code Red for Humanity’

IPCC creates ‘Code Red for Humanity’

Mainstream coverage seems like fake news because of all the agendas that come with it. From India Landmark Report Delivers Stark Warning: It’s ‘Code Red for Humanity’ A new report by a team of 200 scientists is a “startling assessment” of how human activity, particularly the burning of fossil fuels, has produced “unprecedented” planetary warming, glacial melting, sea level rise and other changes that are wreaking havoc in every region of the globe. By Jake Johnson A panel of leading…

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News from the Arctic

News from the Arctic

Methane, Sea Ice & Climate Roundup with Margo (August 8, 2021) MY OWN OBSERVATIONS As usual the sea ice extent figures tell us very little.   When we can see very little from the satellites it is the US Navy representation of sea ice thickness that tells me most of what is actually happening The Nares Strait has opened up which provides a way of ice escaping. It is very cloudy but you can see the state of the ice…

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Ancient Olympia – the birthplace of the Olympic Games – is threatened by wildfires tearing through Greece

Ancient Olympia – the birthplace of the Olympic Games – is threatened by wildfires tearing through Greece

Around 100 fighters were battling a blaze near Olympia, Greece on Wednesday Olympia was ordered evacuated as a precaution, as were other villages nearby   Meanwhile, at least 150 houses were destroyed by a violent blaze on Evia More wildfires near Athens billowed smoke that covered the ancient city Daily Mail, 5 August, 2021   Wildfires are threatening Greece‘s ancient Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games, some 6,000 miles away from Tokyo where they are currently being held. Pictures showed firefighters…

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Apocalypse in Yakutia, Russia’s coldest region, as noxious smog from wildfires blocks sun

Apocalypse in Yakutia, Russia’s coldest region, as noxious smog from wildfires blocks sun

Day turns into night and thick rain of ashes pours from sky in videos shared by residents Siberian Times 02 August 2021 . Day turned into night earlier today in several areas of Yakutia, with the sky turning orange and red and the Sun getting completely blocked by smog   Devastating scenes of dark-red skies, and the Sun completely blocked by smog from wildfires are coming today from the Republic of Sakha.  Russia’s largest territory, used to be known as the…

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Arctic sea ice report – 20 July, 2021

Arctic sea ice report – 20 July, 2021

Here is Margo’s full report from two days ago. Here is my summary, following on one from a month ago ARCTIC SEA ICE IS DETERIORATING QUICKLY   SEA ICE EXTENT The experts refer exclusively to sea ice extent an so doing provide a false picture of the real situation METHANE There is a lot more methane being released than a few weeks ago but there is a suspicion that the algos are hiding the real situation (as discussed by Margo)…

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Permafrost is ablaze with hundreds of wildfires in world’s coldest region

Permafrost is ablaze with hundreds of wildfires in world’s coldest region

Lena Pillars, a World Heritage Site, hit by the rampant flames, as calls grow for greater efforts to tackle infernos. Siberian Times, 13 July 2021 Tourists saw for themselves flames and smoke from the territory of the Lena Pillars Nature Park, a World Heritage site famed for unique ancient rock formations and pristine flora and fauna. Wildfires on permafrost are ravaging Yakutia – or the Sakha Republic, the largest and coldest entity of the Russian Federation. The scale is mesmerising. …

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Siberian Wildfires Spread 17.5% in 24 Hours

Siberian Wildfires Spread 17.5% in 24 Hours

Record heat and a historic drought in the Siberian republic of Sakha are furthering the spread of extensive wildfires across the region, regional officials have said. The republic of Sakha, also known as Yakutia, is especially vulnerable to wildfires as more than 80% of the region is covered by boreal forest known as taiga. So far this year, Sakha has already seen record-breaking droughts and abnormally high temperatures, creating ideal conditions for severe wildfires.  More than 250 fires covering 607,000 hectares of land…

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