You can probably recycle this story.
It’s ironic that their criticism of the report is that it is only looking at unchecked emissions; unchecked emissions seems to be one of their goals.
Here’s the original paper referenced in the report: http://www.homepages.ed.ac.uk/shs/Climatechange/Carbon%20sequestration/Rau_EST_08_reprint.pdf
GOP gunna GOP.
And you guys thought rising sea levels due to climate change would be a problem. Dissolving ocean floors = deeper oceans = lower sea levels.
Neat, I actually live about 15 miles away and stop by every few months to see if I can see any of them from the visitors’ center. Which isn’t often; like you mentioned towards the end, they really have a knack for blending in despite their size.
Real Life Architect chiming in, with 5 years of experience on Coastal Construction and the Florida Building Code.
Florida instituted much stricter building codes after Hurricane Andrew demolished Homestead and much of Miami and Dade counties. That entire area has been rebuilt to survive and has generally fared much…
Those are some beefy boys and girls.
They are very good bears, indeed.
Beadnose is the biggest, thicc’st, bestest bear!
I don’t know if I’m more impressed by the storm’s beauty, or the fact that we have humans in space right now taking pictures.
Amazing images. Absorbing to lay them side-by-side with Juno’s various snaps of Jupiter’s turbulent hell..
Evacuate, now. 50" is close to Harvey level.
Heed evacuation warnings, flood warnings etc. and get the fuck out accordingly.
They are having mandatory evacuations from the outer banks right now. If you live there, please take what is important to you and leave. As someone who was a first responder in the Keys last year after Irma (I am in the Navy), EVERY SINGLE RESIDENT I met in Marathon Key who stayed regretted not leaving and literally…
This is awesome. I hate fortnite but getting people talking about science and climate science at that, is awesome.
We owe Brian one. He sat through this shitshow so that the rest of us don’t have to.
Oklahoman here. We were surprised by his nomination, too. We all presumed he’d hire some Pruitt-adjacent oil-and-gas geologist or something of the sort, but Droegemeier has a lot of respect. A colleague is on an aerospace and automation board with him and has had nothing but good things to say about him as a colleague.
I was at the Hoh week before last. Truly a wonderful place.