Climate Change - Why we are heading for extinction and what to do about it

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  1. ksimmons1025

    ksimmons10256 時間 前

    He's relying on models that have never been proven to be predictive. The ipcc is a strictly political organization with government appointed representatives. They have never accurately predicted anything. This presentation is more in line with a religious sermon.

  2. Clair Rollings

    Clair Rollings日 前

    You are heading for Extinction the rest of humanity is not!!

  3. David Stevenson

    David Stevenson17 日 前

    How many times does this mind set mention the sun??

  4. Jayke S

    Jayke S17 日 前

    Anything BUT, a human cull... will NOT work! Simple maths!!

  5. fixitsan

    fixitsan28 日 前

    Death cult fools

  6. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    Nothing special will happen, the arctic ice melted and grew back many times. With all the prohets of doom in the comments you get the impression that they can not wait for doomsday. I have to dissapoint you: Climate changes as it always did. I wonder how many more decades it will take for you to look back and be ashamed of your fearmongering. Probably you will claim that you saved earth, as if without you the earth would have gone apeshit...bullshit. Like Molina is claiming that they closed the Ozone hole banning fckw, wierd how no one is talking about the ozone hole anymore..

  7. nyood mono

    nyood mono27 日 前

    +rhrrtt Well sorry for the misunderstanding, but you defended the 97% pole, this is how our debate started. I know that the emails had been taken out of context. But i also already said that what climatgate actualy showed is, how political they think and what a language is used. Espescialy the part where they say that they "lost" a science magazine to sceptics.

  8. rhrrtt

    rhrrtt27 日 前

    ​+nyood mono Don't you get it? I AM a sceptic! Anyone who knows me will tell you that. What I'm NOT is a 'conspiracy theorist'. Climategate is a conspiracy theory. People who wanted to discredit climate change went through some leaked emails between climate scientists looking for stuff they could use. They found some words and phrases which were taken out of context. A number of respected organisations in the US and UK investigated the claims and concluded there was no substance to them. Unfortunately, the climate 'deniers' started spreading this misinformation all over the internet. In any case, scientists cannot afford to lie or use 'tricks' because other scientists will check their data and before long they will be found out and discredited. I could reply to your other points but it will take too long and, quite frankly, I'm not even THAT bothered about climate change since I'm unlikely to still be around by the time it fully kicks in. Just thought Roger Hallam/ Extinction Rebellion were vaguely interesting, though I'm not sure about Hallam's precise analysis of the science - he should have got a proper scientist in for that part.

  9. nyood mono

    nyood mono27 日 前

    +rhrrtt Usaly its the skeptics that have problems with wiki. So in this case wiki is wrong stating that IPCC does not do research? And i did not quote anyone, i have my arguments. Climatgate is about how they think: They are politicians, they use a militaristic tone. Complaining that they "lost" a science magazine to the sKepticts. Just watch anything you can Find with Micheal Mann speaking, then you will realize what kind of people rule this institute, i was stunned. Their conclusions are not sound! They overestimate the sensitivity of Co2 and it is the skeptics that show this over and over. If they were a healthy institute they would try to falsify their own hypothesis, instead they fight the "opposition" and let them look fringe.

  10. rhrrtt

    rhrrtt27 日 前

    ​+nyood mono It's the sources criticising IPCC that are biased not the science. Yes, some of the UN/IPCC reports have had errors but these do not undermine the underlying soundness of the overall conclusions which are supported by science and backed by all the major science journals. You can go on quoting stuff you've found on the internet all day, unfortunately, most of it is unreliable. If you're recommending Wikipedia as a reliable source to look at, then you really do need to think again.

  11. nyood mono

    nyood mono27 日 前

    +rhrrtt I get your point, but wouldnt it be sad if you worried all the time in vaine? If i were you i would become a radical militant enviromentalist, but something is not right hm? why do we not panic? Because the danger is somewhere in the future, so we just have a gnawing in the mind and a feel of guilt to the generations to come. You know what intuition and gnawing i had? That there is a hysteria and that science is in a bad state. So i was looking for answers and to my utter suprise the wamists side has nothing to say, except showing models that fail to predict and i found "climategate". What did i find on the Skeptics side: Real scientific argumentation. And it is really wierd how few debates you can find, assuming that the world is at stake. Now i am among skeptics as a far left depite the right occupying the skepticism sector.

  12. CHILLIN DILLAN

    CHILLIN DILLANヶ月 前

    NEVER TRUST OVER AGED PONYTAIL WEARER! REAL SCIENCE PROVES CARBON IS NECESSITY FOR LIFE, the more carbon the greener the earth is & was during the tropical Jurassic period before man. 1992 UN CLIMATE SUMMIT ENABLED UN CONTROL OF EDUCATION & MEDIA IN 192 COUNTRIES ALLOWING UNITED NATIONS TO SOCIALLY ENGINEER SOCIETY TO BELIEVE WHAT ISN'T TRUE and not believe what is true. jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-ldLBoErAhz4.html UN CLIMATE GATE is a world trick to take over & destroy YOUR COUNTRY to be controlled by the UNITED NATIONS under their NEW WORLD ORDER. CLIMATE GATE is 1992 UN CLIMATE SUMMIT plan (that failed in 1972) to destroy AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, MINING, OIL & GAS INDUSTRIES to break 192 free market Western countries making then easier controlled & compliant with to UN ELITES NEW WORLD ORDER. CARBON TAX is a faster way of breaking everybody since EVERYTHING IS CARBON. After 1992 UN CLIMATE SUMMIT achieved consensus has enabled the UN control of education & media to control & "socially engineer society" into a generation of UN SANCTIONED FOOT SOLDIERS to self destruct countries from the inside out. A generation that doesn't know science, math or social studies, ask no questions and follows like robots & does what they are told. LIBERALs, PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVES (UCP), NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY, GREENS ALL EQUALLY HAVE SIGNED UP FOR & AGREE WITH THE UN's NWO GENOCIDE PLAN! The solution is to reverse the UN indoctrination, outlaw global warming alarmism & given set time to implement or be fined then jailed. DRACONIAN MEASURES FOR DRACONIAN TIMES! UN & ALL AFFILIATES MUST BE BANNED FROM CANADA!!! CARBON TAX FAILED IN AUSTRALIA 7 YEARS AGO, DUMB CANADIANS! 2 YEARS ROBBED FROM CARBON TAX!!! LIBERAL, NDP, PC, UCP are all tied into 1992 UNITED NATION CLIMATE CHANGE DESTRUCTION PACT. ""We all MUST DENY MAN MADE CLIMATE CHANGE!"" The purpose of CLIMATE CHANGE is a trick by the UN & world elites to SOCIALLY ENGINEER SOCIETY out of all industries to break all Western free market countries to be under UN control. THE UN's MASTER PLAN IS TO DESTROY AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, OIL & GAS TO REDUCE WORLD POPULATION UNDER 500 MILLION! "THEN 'HUNGER GAMES' WILL BEGIN FOR REAL!!!"

  13. cally starforth hill

    cally starforth hillヶ月 前

    look at the animal rights movement. People have been far more radical than your group and got long sentences. But nothing has changed. For real change violence is needed. Look at the suffragettes. They are not going to put you in prison for sitting on a bridge. The police will just walk you off and poss charge you and you get record. Nothing more. The prisons are already ridiculously overcrowded. i have been locked up. TO get locked up you have to do something more than mild civil disobedience. They are not going to put you in prison when they know you are deliberately trying to get yourself there and not even doing anything much other than blocking roads. I have been active in animal rights for years. I have broken the law. It's not enough. I got banned from Heathrow airport. I have been voting green for thirty years. Why bother asking tories or labour to do anything ?? Why aren't you advocating just don't vote for the bastards. Even after the latest mess people will still vote for the two party system believing that is the only choice they have because that is what we have all been indoctrinated to believe. No one has to accept any power structure. It is a choice . Whether to obey obey obey, consume consume consume. The best thing anyone can do is to use a condom, and refrain from making little carbon copies of themselves and get all gooey and think they are producing miracles. And then blab on about all the sacrifices they have to make for the little carbon copies that it was their choice to have in the first place.

  14. sichere

    sichereヶ月 前

    The one thing that's certain is Roger will be extinct in less than 50 years

  15. Pink Peony

    Pink Peonyヶ月 前

    The ending was great, I think you are right about everything you discussed

  16. Spinky L

    Spinky Lヶ月 前

    So is Roger taking private for profit prisons in the US into account, and how they need more inmates to be more profitable? If govt invests in private, for profit prisons, it might be self defeating to go to prison. just saying.

  17. World Coming Down 5779

    World Coming Down 57792 ヶ月 前

    The drunken Captain blew his engine up, by trying to tow Jaws with his tug boat.

  18. Pascal W. Paradis

    Pascal W. Paradis2 ヶ月 前

    Holy shit I fell right asleep. Good lord 100% boring......

  19. Roger Lewis

    Roger Lewis2 ヶ月 前

    idiocracy lives, this man is hugely ignorant. it is no surprise he is behind the Extinction rebellion. try some science here, www.bitchute.com/video/dv8avoovsHqr/

  20. Bruce Williams

    Bruce Williams2 ヶ月 前

    yeah because smart people do their research on "bitchute". LOL...

  21. E'raan Lue

    E'raan Lue3 ヶ月 前

    I have listened for 20 minutes and not a single fact has been raised. Waste of time.

  22. Анастасия Юрь Ева

    Анастасия Юрь Ева3 ヶ月 前

    If the rate of climate change is exponential (including rate of World Average Temperature Increase), then, in addition to Rate of Change and Acceleration we have Jerk, Jounce (or snap), Crackle and Pop, and beyond that we don't yet have established names. This is what makes it very difficult to predict............…. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_(physics)?fbclid=IwAR3pgylVYSJz-7ASUN1p69yhH3EDXZjlBq86ujT1zf3WwKVHX_hyYC0qpp0

  23. APeacefulWarrior

    APeacefulWarrior4 ヶ月 前

    Unfortunately at this moment it is my humble opinion that people are not prepared to let go of all their "stuff", their comforts, possessions, lifestyle. Therefore the protests will be a nuisance. Nothing more than a group of crazy leftwing, tree huggers. What will happen if you win? What do you expect the government's, elites to do? The society we know must cease. But how many of your friends will give up their mobile phone, their car? It's not until you realise we are all up shit creek with no paddle (stuffed) that people will change. Saying that, I hope and pray I am wrong. Be the change you want to see. Leave peacefully, in harmony and be happy.

  24. sam shepherd

    sam shepherd4 ヶ月 前

    School strike 4 climate every Friday

  25. Bitchin Bob

    Bitchin Bob5 ヶ月 前

    You are 15 seconds into this video , you look , and that's your son . What do you do ? You say oh shit. What have I done . Nuff said .

  26. Steve Fitt

    Steve Fitt5 ヶ月 前

    I have 3 ideas for a US Green New Deal. 1] Sell off half the US gold holdings for as much as possible. Not that this is in any sense necessary, I have agreed with Stephanie Kelton view on what a fiat dollar means for over 6 years now. But, it does help send the message that who will need gold when we are all dead? So, let us get serious about this. 2] Start building a few factories to build solar panels using the best tech we have now, just like we built factories to build B-24 bombers. What the world needs is a glut of solar panels. 3] Double all the unemployment benefit payments for all workers who's job is eliminated by this fight. For just as long or longer then the current system would allow. Then they will not feel so damaged and it will stimulate the communities where the money is spent.

  27. Mic Theory

    Mic Theory5 ヶ月 前

    Arctic methane release is the release of methane from seas and soils in permafrost regions of the Arctic. While a long-term natural process, it is exacerbated by global warming. This results in a positive feedback effect, as methane is itself a powerful greenhouse gas.current warming (just one degree Celisus) has already left a discernible mark on 77 of 94 different ecological processes, including species’ genetics, seasonal responses, overall distribution, and even morphology - i.e. physical traits including body size and shape. About 47 percent of land mammals and 23 percent of birds have already suffered negative impacts form climate change. In all, nearly 700 species in just these two groups are flagging under climate change, according to this research.If global society doesn’t kick its fossil fuel addiction - and quick - scientists estimate that temperatures could rise 4-5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century. Such a rise would be not so much catastrophic, but apocalyptic.Scientists are working frantically to give melanin to white and non-melanated Asian populations or else they will cease to exist by 2100.The master enzyme in all this is tyrosinase. If the gene for this enzyme is defective, the result is a person with albinism, someone who makes no melanin at all. But the most remarkable discovery made by molecular biologists has been that most of us, regardless of skin color, have quite enough tyrosinase in our melanocytes to make us very black. In those of us without eumelanin (brown/black) who are pheomelanin dominant (white), something is preventing the enzyme from functioning at full capacity--and that seems to be a combination of two genetic mechanisms: a switch that causes the cell to make most of the tyrosinase in an inactive form, and a tendency to make a lot of inhibitors of the enzyme. In the body, the effects of either or both of these mechanisms can be modified by such environmental factors as exposure to ultraviolet light. People with albinism are highly sensitive to ultraviolet, which can easily damage skin and eyes,make one prone to many pre-natal diseases,premature aging,myopia and infertility.In animals, melanin comes and goes at the dictates of evolutionary pressures. It is reasonable to assume, then, that we humans have this molecule not because it makes us smarter but primarily because it helps us survive a variety of environmental conditions. Clearly melanin protects us from the ravages of ultraviolet light. Some of the most darkly pigmented people in the world, natives of the North Solomon Islands, almost never get basal cell carcinoma or melanoma, and if they do have melanomas, these tumors arise on the light-skinned soles of their feet. Caucasians in South Africa,Australia,The middle East,India, and South America have high rates of skin cancer which are doubling every year caucasians living in Hawaii, have the highest documented skin cancer rate in the United States. ALL European nations are below replacement levels for indigenous populations yet the word remains silent about this citing economies as the culprit while African nations with worse economies are seeing the highest number of births in decades!Many believe this is the underlying cause for the rise in white supremacist rhetoric and fascism globally.Climate adaptation is surprisingly rarely reported as a cause for the build‐up of reproductive isolation between diverging populations. Fast temperature‐dependent co‐evolution between mitochondrial and nuclear genomes may be particularly likely to lead to hybrid sterility...This may already be apparent as studies show that men from European populations globally have lost 60 percent of their ability t bear children since 1973!Data from nearly 43000 men around the world found that sperm counts dropped by more than half in Western countries.Men even have their own version of a biological clock. Beginning around their mid-30's, male fertility gradually degrades, and while most men produce sperm to their dying day, those past 40 who help conceive have a greater risk of passing on genetic abnormalities to their children, including autism. Globally the oldest male populations are white and Asian adding a double whammy to the situation four decades ago, the average "Western" (European) man had a sperm concentration of 99 million per milliliter. By 2011, that had fallen to 47.1 million and continues to drop by 1.5 percent each year!The researchers found no significant declines for non-Western men, though other studies have found major drops in countries like China and Japan(non-eumelanated Asian populations).Women need to average roughly 2.1 children-enough to replace themselves and their partner, with a spare bit to offset kids who don’t survive to reproductive age-to keep a country’s population stable through birth alone. The U.S. is at 1.8 and dependent on continued immigration to keep the white population growing ironically the anti immigration sentiments currently in the US are speeding up demographic decline and destabilizing the economy. Low sperm counts may also presage a premature death, even among men in the prime of their lives who might seem otherwise healthy.

  28. grindupBaker

    grindupBakerヶ月 前

    I'm not following the relevance of "give melanin to white and non-melanated Asian populations" to global warming so I couldn't give you a thumbuppy.

  29. . Wookey

    . Wookey5 ヶ月 前

    Roger, Why are you using the 2014 PIOMASS septmeber minimum graph in 2018? Add the missing 4 years data so people can't accuse you of being misleading. The current trend is 3.2+/-1 per decade, (psc.apl.uw.edu/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/schweiger/ice_volume/BPIOMASIceVolumeAprSepCurrent.png) suggesting ice-free (in September) sometime between 2026 and 2034, which is still very worrying, but not quite the 2020 or 2017 your graph suggests. Similarly you tell us the 100% guaranteed temp is 1.2C+ 0.5C + 0.5C, without backing it up. I've watched an awful lot of climate change videos too, and I'll give you 1.7C, but not 2.2C _guaranteed_ at this stage (unless you are talking about the long-term equilibrium (i.e. another thousand years), but that's not really very relevant right now - it's the next 50-odd year that really counts). Perhaps you can justify that, but just stating it looks extremely dubious. I think we are well off the path of 'simple arithmetic' at this point. Your basic premise about positive feedbacks is sound, and I agree that the uncertainties is not a good thing - it works both ways. I also think your Extinction rebellion plan is brilliant - I'm signed up. We need things to happen, fast, and I agree with your analysis that this method could well be effective. However it's really important that you get the science right, and are not partaking of McPherson-style catastrophism. It makes us look bad, and helps make us dismissable. Kevin Anderson invariably gets it right, and still makes his points very clearly, and plenty scarily enough - there is no need to exaggerate at this stage. And 'Nitrate sulphide' is not a thing. Perhaps you mean Hydrogen Sulphide. Anyway, thanks you for your efforts. I really hope it works, but please adjust this talk if you give it again.

  30. nespith

    nespith5 ヶ月 前

    jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-Hx0C6VV6szI.html

  31. haszarathustra

    haszarathustra5 ヶ月 前

    We are in a deepshit but we don't know exactly how deep it is. Don't believe anybody who says we are going extinct this year or that. Because earth system is a complex system and we don't know it's exact mechanisms. Regarding the climate change; we don't know the feedback mechanisms, if water vapour reflets or absorbs more heat, whether thermafrost started to melt or not, if so what would be the effects, what exaclty would be the amount of dimming effect, if it stops immediately what would be consequences, if the resulting consequence would be instant heating how long it would continue, what would the effect of climate change to agriculture exactly etc. etc. I am not a climate sceptic, I don't deny humans altered earth's climate but we don't know exaclty what would be the consequences. Nobody knows it. Effects or timings. I think one of the psychological dimension that effects the thinking of the doomers is that they hate themselves and their lifes. They deep down desire their life, world, civilization to end. Some of them find their lifes so boring that, they desire any change even the end of sentient life on earth. Apocalyptic world view supply a very convenient escape route from responsibility also. Responsibility in terms of nearly everything, It's basic premise is this; civilization, world, sentient life will disappear in a near future and my pathetic, disgusting life with it. It is not about my individual decisions or actions, that's the way it is, beyond my control, I am not to blame. Mechanism that will bring it is on the way, it can’t be reversed, nobody can do anything about it, especially me. In fact it is a good thing that my life will also end with it, because I hate it. Better still, everybody’s life will end, so I don’t need to envy those who seems to be contend with their life and also I won’t miss anything because everything will end. I don’t need to do anything individually, I don’t need to act, I don’t need to decide on anything, I don’t even need to commit suicide because even that will occur automatically.

  32. Bruce Williams

    Bruce Williams2 ヶ月 前

    Dude you just captured nihilism in one rant. congrats.

  33. Jay Bilden

    Jay Bilden5 ヶ月 前

    The minute climate change became political was the point of no return

  34. Jan Otionettec

    Jan Otionettec5 ヶ月 前

    The strategy of distributed civil disobedience to disrupt economic society, reach critical mass and wake people up is absolute genius. Well done Roger, thank you.

  35. sichere

    sichere6 ヶ月 前

    And what does the time lord suggest we do about Volcano's ? Researchers say new evidence has found there was a worse time to be alive - the year 536 AD. The Earth was plunged into darkness for 18 months when a thick cloud blocked the sun - causing temperatures to drop, crops to fail and people to starve. Temperatures that summer plunged to between 1.5C and 2.5C (36.5F). The decade that followed would be the coldest in the previous 2,300 years. "It was the beginning of one of the worst periods to be alive, if not the worst year," Michael McCormick, historian and archaeologist, told Science Magazine. The source of the cloud so thick it obscured the sun in the sixth century has long puzzled historians, but ultra precise analysis of ice from a Swiss glacier has unlocked the mystery. A team led by Mr McCormick, chair of the Harvard University initiative for the science of the human past, and glaciologist Paul Mayewski, of the climate change institute of the University of Maine (UM) in Orono, found an enormous volcanic eruption in Iceland was likely to blame.

  36. sichere

    sichere6 ヶ月 前

    In the history of mankind there have been many bearded prophets - jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-hmyuE0NpNgE.html

  37. Robert Poen

    Robert Poen6 ヶ月 前

    Spot on. I've watched dozens of videos on climate change and they all end with someone in the audience asking "What can we do?" Well, watch this video and you find out.

  38. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal6 ヶ月 前

    As usual a lot of people here fail to either analyze data or believe we we have more time. As the last ice in the arctic melts in 2019/2020 scorching temps will mean higher crop losses, famine, then extinction. The people who died in the Paradise, CA fire were mostly Trump supporters. Karma and poor choices have consequences folks.

  39. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    What data? this is modelling a la ipcc, the greenhouse effect is overexaturated, this alone debunks this garbage. This is why only the russians predicted the warming accurate.

  40. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal6 ヶ月 前

    Extinction Rebellion and the Progressive Dem wins are a start, but both are too optimistic and too slow. Here's why: 1) An ice free arctic in 2019/2020 ensures an abrupt spike in temperatures, massive crop losses, already down 20%-30% in 2018, global famine and extinction in well under 5 years due to 1,600 nuclear facilities failing catastrophically when skilled labor stops maintaining them. 2) Plankton biomass is down 50% and falling fast, which means oxygen levels and ozone protecting us from UV is also falling, while our backup oxygen machine, the Amazon, is being destroyed by Brazil's new president. If we remain paralyzed or lethargic we are toast. 3) SIMPLE EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS: A $1 tax on every gallon of petro at the pump and spent helping cities make a rapid ONE year transition to zero emission power and fuels. 4) To ensure you hit targets simply stop relying on election cycles. PUBLIC GRAND JURIES, already supported by the Supreme Court, which anyone can form and in their first month INDICT, RECALL AND REPLACE politicians at all levels in under 30 days starting with your local Mayor and County Supervisors, then Governor and State A.G. if any one of them hesitates, stalls, ignores grave issues, makes an ignorant statement proving them unfit for public office, or makes a single false promise, called "Intent to Defraud" and "Gross/Willful Negligence" which thereby endangers human life. James Hansen's federal suit on behalf of kids employs a similar tactic. A coalition of Mayors so empowered by AG's and Governors can move mountains at the state level and a coalition of Governors backed by Mayors can change the nation, the planet and hopefully our grim future. 5) Using your Grand Juries, Mayors, local D.A's and State A.G. and a coalition of Governors during the second 30 day period simply indict and prosecute criminal cases against Members of Congress to accelerate their acceptance of a progressive agenda, which must lay out an aggressive ONE YEAR OR BUST plan to make every American community zero emission. The well paid jobs alone make the case, as does GreenTech exports given our ballooning Natl. Debt. BONUS: the same process can defund any corporation or billionaire who funds destructive processes, banking billions of additional funds for local projects. In short, feed on the corruption like piranhas. Lawyers love a good feeding fest. 6) Once that's fully underway we'll need to deploy geo-engineering solutions, such as nurturing plankton (oxygen/CO2 exchange), reforestation, desert remediation, hazmat cleanup, eliminating plastics and focus Intl. pressure, if not our military, on protecting the Amazon and other rainforests, converting deserts worldwide into lush,, green carbon sinks. 7) Additionally, sad as it may be, while we eliminate CO2/methane emissions and reduce greenhouse gases and ocean carbonic acid levels we'll need solar radiation mgmt; i.e. sulphur dioxide paritcles, for a brief period to IMMEDIATELY halt trends leading to an ice free arctic in 2019/2020. If we reverse that we buy time and if not, nothing else we do really matters. 8) If we do ALL of this we might dodge extinction. If we do some of this or are too slow, there won't be much left still functioning during the 2020 election and perhaps nothing left alive on Earth by 2022-2025. You have months, barely; but certainly not 12 years or even 2. You can't argue with physics, nor should you waste time arguing with corrupt or ignorant politicians. You don't have any time to waste. Just indict and prosecute a few and watch how fast the rest of them get a clue. 9) There is hope. The Mauna Loa CO2 graph (Keeling Curve) clearly shows a decrease in CO2 levels 6 months a year. If we amplify that and work to reverse CO2 all year long we mighg actually drive down atmospheric CO2 and ocean carbonic acid levels faster than we thought possible. 10) Discussions about population and action by other nations aren't worthless, but given our experience and budgets dominating nations, these challenges are minor compared to learning to harness our own political bodies. Its not that tough if we try and if we fail, we all die. Choose wisely. We won't and thankfully at least our votes count. Hahahahaha...now, back to a Hometown Grand Jury near you.

  41. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    There will be no extincton, calm down. Everything will be fine, i promose. Let us meet in 5 years again and talk about how earth has greened due to more Co2 and how all the prohets of doom were wrong. Breakdown of nuclear power plants? Well at least you have some fantasy.

  42. andy olsen

    andy olsen6 ヶ月 前

    YOU ARE ALL STUPID OR WILLING TO SELL YOURSELF TO THE HIGHEST GOV BIDDER. PROF VALENTINA ZHARKOVA JUST DONE A PRESENTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE PANEL WHERE NO ONE! IN AUDIENCE WERE SURPRISED THAT A NEW MINI ICE AGE HAS STARTED. AND HAVE YOU CHECKED ICE CORES? AND DID YOU KNOW CARBON FOLLOWS HEAT. MONEY MAKING SCAM IS CARBON TAX !!!!

  43. Freddy van Manen

    Freddy van Manen6 ヶ月 前

    If warming to + 2 degrees celcious could be catastrophic for the world why it didn't happen before as showed in this Greenland ice core graph: hot-topic.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/easterbrook_fig5.png. Recent presentation by Professor Valentina Zharkova: The Solar Magnet Field and the Terrestrial Climate: jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-M_yqIj38UmY.html. According to her presentation we're heading to a climate change but going cooling instead of warming more severe than the one 8000 years ago. This could lead to collapse of agriculture hence massive global famine.

  44. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal6 ヶ月 前

    An ice free arctic in 2019/2020 ensures an abrupt spike in temps, crop losses, famine and extinction in well under 5 years due to 1,600 nuclear facilities failing catastrophically, and as explained here, plankton down 50% and falling fast means oxygen levels and ozone protecting us from UV is also falling. Sadly our backup oxygen machine, the Amazon, is being mowed by Brazil's new president. As long as we're paralyzed we're toast. ParisPlans (0rg) has timely solutions. A $1 tax on every gallon of petro at the pump and spent helping cities make a rapid 1 year transition to zero emission power and fuels is a start.

  45. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal5 ヶ月 前

    Those who lack 5-10kwh per year of electricity today won't miss it much when its gone, while those who use 20kwh just to get out of the house in the morning are doomed. As the bible aptly predicted; the meek shall inherit the earth...apparently since they need so much less to survive and still be half happy. This theorem doesn't predict an easy future for the 1%.

  46. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal5 ヶ月 前

    Those impoverished souls you describe are the early casualties, the 3-7B we get to bury (or eat) early, or who feed the jackals. Those who remain will still either deny reality or wonder "What can we do or could've done?" and yet still breed and pollute with vigor, and when pressed to change, can't or just won't and thus become the second wave of casualties. Those folks off grid who fail to predict regional climate shifts are likely to become toast or radiation or UV or famine or pandemic victims, while a few might, maybe, form a few isolated hellhole pockets that survive, though odds are against them being around long. Authoring 140 sites, roughly a dozen with solutions for citizens and politicians alike doesn't seem to move the needle much. Writing to politicians, even to progressives is also near useless. Telling friends/assocs/strangers, yet another wasted breath. Not one of them will switch their lifestyle, rather I've found they entrench, enjoying the last bit of fine wine as Rome burns. A tiny fraction actually take the steps to try and survive while a few others make meaningful changes, though far from enough, and a few others, very few, cry for the geo-engineering changes that might buy us time while we sort it out. Altogether its an uncoordinated feeding frenzy with very little effective progress overwhelmed by accelerating disasters. Its getting pretty close to time to jump and pull the ripcord.

  47. Will Johnson

    Will Johnson5 ヶ月 前

    +OwlNation Legal My friend MOST people in the world don't use 1 gallon of gas per year, most people in the world live in extreme poverty and are forced to live in energy austerity. People like you are obviously the kind who have moved into the radical activist end that Roger talks about. And so- you are the change that we need. Methods become irrelevant at that point, the important thing is that people know and behave accordingly- which you do. So all power to you.

  48. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal5 ヶ月 前

    BTW tbe math of terror is that some/most will remain paralyzed while a few will act with passion and vigor, and that's the only hope humanity has. Chipping away at it is suicide.

  49. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal5 ヶ月 前

    Methods are based on data as are beliefs, and naturally I understand most don't share either which is exactly why we are headed straight to extinction. Its not like I expect everyone to use less than 1 gallon of gas per year as I do.

  50. Jeff Hiemstra

    Jeff Hiemstra6 ヶ月 前

    So if we’ve lost 75% of natural arctic sea ice so far, why do we still have winter season on queue in North America. Wouldn’t the albedo / dark water effect already have eliminated 75% of the Winter cold? What is the tipping point to complete climate change with regards to winter season. 90% loss of sea ice and then it just ‘happens’ ?

  51. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    Does not even matter. The arctic as a sea melted and grew back many times. Climate will change and man will adept, thats all. And man made C02 plays a very minor role.

  52. Will Johnson

    Will Johnson6 ヶ月 前

    Paul Beckwith has some good explanations to your questions- exponential effects plus multiple feedbacks. Break a piece of ice in two and you double the surface area- which makes it melt quicker, so doubles, quadruples, plus methane release- exponential.

  53. Rich Diana

    Rich Diana6 ヶ月 前

    A predicament has no solutions, only consequences. Nothing we do will change our fate. Doom is no longer a philosophical position but the fate of most living creatures on this planet. Humans find themselves in a perilous state from their ability to deny their culpability, a talent that insures their destruction. It is why things continue to worsen.

  54. Will Johnson

    Will Johnson6 ヶ月 前

    If we can delay some of the worst consequences we may have enough time to implement solutions. Thorium LFTR next gen nuclear can create a carbon neutral system creating synthetic hydrocarbons, yes, you can make petrol from sea water, they can already do it at a US naval base- which would mean we take CO2 out of the sea and turn it into petrol and diesel. Which means all existing vehicles do not need to be replaced. You can run LFTRs on existing nuclear waste- the UK has the world's largest stockpile of nuclear waste. New Graphene solar panels- 1/3 the size, 3 times the power output, cheaper than silicon and strong as steel. We need the time to make things like this possible. For that we need action now.

  55. Richard Pauli

    Richard Pauli6 ヶ月 前

    Yep, definitely, we MUST repeal the "Laws of Thermodynamics" - call your Congressperson now Actually this is a fine lecture. He is a political radical, not a scientist - although much of his science seems consistent with what I hear from purely academic lectures. We are at a time that requires major change - radical, revolutionary, disruptive - this kind of change will be driven by the destabilization of our global climates - So we should aim for human civility must promote the willful, thoughtful and hopefully non-violent change. Anyone set on influencing the future, must use strategies and tactics that are new, because we old folks have tried everything. New action is necessary. I don't know what to do now, but we will discover and uncover our future. Lessons not learned, will be repeated.

  56. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    a fine lecture? a crude overestimation of climate change while ipcc were already to high with their greenhouse lever.

  57. William Robinson

    William Robinson6 ヶ月 前

    Garnering the sympathy of those not yet mobilized by "getting stepped on". Bingo. Who is brave enough to get stepped on for a cause? Perhaps it's a matter of feeling the desperation of the situation keenly enough to be willing to suffer for it all.

  58. Martha Ball

    Martha Ball6 ヶ月 前

    On Feb 13, 2018: The judge dismissed all charges in the lawsuit brought against Dr Tim Ball by BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver. It is a great victory for free speech. ‘The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science’. jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-tPzpPXuASY8.html “Human Caused Global Warming”, 'The Biggest Deception in History’. jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-tPzpPXuASY8.html jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-sO08Hhjes_0.html www.technocracy.news/dr-tim-ball-on-climate-lies-wrapped-in-deception-smothered-with-delusion/ www.drtimball.com

  59. Kevin Hester

    Kevin Hester7 ヶ月 前

    The only aspects up for debate now is how quickly the final aspects of this extinction event will take to play out. I'd give us a few years, maybe 5 but I'll be very surprised if we have that long. Check out Joseph Tainters book/You tube about the "Collapse of Complex Societies" and Professor Guy McPherson, the first person on the planet with the expertise and courage to face our reality kevinhester.live/2018/04/05/connecting-the-dots-on-the-unfolding-6th-great-extinction/

  60. wailinburnin

    wailinburnin7 ヶ月 前

    Love the disposable cup and the small plastic bottle of water from which it is being filled while speaking about the lack of government action, not that I’m a libertarian idiot who thinks “we can all do our part” individually and it will all be alright. When selective genocide becomes a political debate it becomes interesting because then you start to debate: “Who is the sociopath?” The advocate who seeks to avoid extinction, or those of us who recoil in horror at the argument. Makes you wonder what kinds of classified PowerPoints junior military officers all over the world of nuclear powers are preparing for consideration by their superiors. Imagine you’ve got stars on your shoulders and lines on your face and you get called into a closed room and that’s the presentation from a brilliant young crew cut sporting male captain or “pleasing” (as Orin Hatch would say), uniformed young woman.

  61. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    How is this brilliant? This is just modelling with overexaturating of greenhouse gases and effects of arctic melting.

  62. Mat Nov

    Mat Nov7 ヶ月 前

    This guy could use a bit of manscaping and a respectable outfit and less monotone.

  63. Daniel J. Lavigne

    Daniel J. Lavigne7 ヶ月 前

    PDRP! Public Disaster Response Protocol: Secure, IMMEDIATELY, sufficient WEED (The best quality possible!) Promise you'll pay much more, LATER, to have it NOW! Then! Secure several CASES of your favorite Whiskey! That covers it! Public Disaster Response Protocol PDRP is Complete! Message Delivered! Live & Prosper!

  64. Ales Hartner

    Ales Hartner8 ヶ月 前

    Prof Dr Guy McPherson jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-tmi3T3_G93E.html

  65. Frank DeLucey

    Frank DeLucey8 ヶ月 前

    Found this www.google.com/amp/s/phys.org/news/2018-08-drought-reveals-ancient-hunger-stones.amp

  66. MrMusic1950

    MrMusic19509 ヶ月 前

    Millions of square meters of deadly particulates sprayed from g'ments aircraft every day are certainly destroying the planet very quickly. Mr and Mrs public people are certainly not destroying the planet at all. Fucking liars.

  67. Gavin Harper

    Gavin Harper9 ヶ月 前

    Sedition 101

  68. carolineleiden

    carolineleiden9 ヶ月 前

    It is going to be frikking cold here very soon. The sun is going into its scheduled cyclical sleep and us humans have nothing to do with that. Remember the Little Ice Age from the sixteen hundreds? When the river Thames froze over almost every winter? When they had Frost Fairs on the ice? That was called the Maunder Minimum, it lasted about 75 years and we are getting into another one now. Look up Grand Solar Minimum. In the eighteen hundreds the US experienced their Dalton Minimum. Anybody living North of Southern France will have popsicles hanging from their noses. The harvests failing and crop losses are already starting.

  69. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    No problem, they will find a reason how man is causing the ice age and we will have these prophecys turning below zero.

  70. A T

    A T9 ヶ月 前

    this is great and needs to go viral especially about "willful" act of governing bodies allowing warming gases to be put into a city, a country, let along the world, thank you so much for speaking the truth, act upon "abrupt" climate change now!! civil resistance

  71. christinearmington

    christinearmington3 ヶ月 前

    A T Rex Tillerson

  72. A T

    A T9 ヶ月 前

    please let people know that it is "abrupt" climate change now, not merely climate change, I am committed to do my civic duty to fight man-made carbon-loading mechanisms till I drop dead, regardless of the outcome, I am at peace with it, because with or without mankind on the face of the Earth, there will still be rainbow in the sky, physics wins, with or without homo sapiens.

  73. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    Well great that you found your meaning in life, does not matter if it is all pseudo. Nothing horrible will happen and man made co2 plays no role in climate change. deal with it.

  74. R Dunphy

    R Dunphy9 ヶ月 前

    I would have preferred a lot less waffle. Get to the points and edit this down to 15minutes.

  75. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy3 ヶ月 前

    R Dunphy, WASF. That short enough for you? (We Are So Fucked)

  76. Dick Hamilton

    Dick Hamilton10 ヶ月 前

    thr intro nearly stopped me watching - I cannot stand 'uptalk'

  77. liefhebber179

    liefhebber17910 ヶ月 前

    They will start an all out nuclear war to cool down the planet. The super rich are building mansions with big shelters in New Zealand by the hundreds. It is the best place to be the scientist have determined.

  78. Carol Isaac

    Carol Isaac10 ヶ月 前

    He is correct when he says that there is a certain point at which there will be a (precipitous) massive mental ('nervous') breakdown of our species...before mass extinction. And there it is...the ppl running society are to the right of Hitler because they are avoiding taking the big steps that will save the planet from climate change. The point. .

  79. christinearmington

    christinearmington10 ヶ月 前

    What’s happening Nov. 6th? I’m guessing since you are up based it’s not us mid-terms?

  80. 1000frolly PhD

    1000frolly PhD10 ヶ月 前

    I watched some more, and am now half-way through this total load of tripe, but can't stomach any more of it. Its the blind leading the blind.

  81. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    Yep frolly, is´nt this a jewel? And all the prohets of doom in the comments, unmasking, entertaining.

  82. William Partridge

    William Partridge10 ヶ月 前

    Arctic ice and antarctic ice now growing in mass FAST We cool fast

  83. In Harmony With Earth

    In Harmony With Earth10 ヶ月 前

    Herbicides are killing the phytoplankton. These are the oxygen coverting microbial plants. Herbicides are killing Pseudomonas Syringae atmospheric microbes. These make rain. We can not get fresh water or oxygen without plants. Earth cannot cool without precipitation either.

  84. Patrick Lincoln

    Patrick Lincoln10 ヶ月 前

    I had 1 day ago posted a criticism where I posted criticism of the speakers assesment of humanity's situation with respect to the global Warming. I felt that it was necessary to state that I agree with the speaker that humanity is at risk of extinction. I just don't agree with his analysis and I think our situation is bit better than what he describes. However, I do believe that the situation is so dire that I think his call for action (and his method in particular) our warranted. We all need to be taking the climate change crisis much more seriously. I hadn't considered his suggestion before I saw this his video and it might work. I WISH TO PRAISE THE SPEAKER FOR HIS SUGGESTION. I think it is very good one.

  85. Jerry E

    Jerry E10 ヶ月 前

    Wow. My wife and I paid $5.00 each for a lecture at Portland Oregon's OMSI, recently. The Director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center who spoke gets all his funding from U.S. Federal sources (NASA, etc), so of course "the Summer ice isn't going to melt until about 2040," so go home and continue your lives of NFL/NASCAR. I wish I had this professor's chart with me during the Q&A session that evening. Many of us were pissed with that speaker's conclusions.

  86. Jerry E

    Jerry E10 ヶ月 前

    In other words, the U.S. Gov't doesn't want the populace to go into a blind panic, while they spend billions upgrading gov't underground cities like Raven Rock, Mt. Weather and other COG/COOP, not to mention a massive tunneling project that is now connecting all these locations. How do I know? It's now all been declassified under Obama, and his "transparent Gov't." DOD also knows that everything they do from this point-on will be driven by abrupt climate change.

  87. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    Jerry E explain more please the only sane non bais funding comes from the fed gov

  88. Patrick Lincoln

    Patrick Lincoln10 ヶ月 前

    Who is this guy? He does not seem very professional. When he adds those increases of temperature how does he know there is not an overlap (I will explain what I mean by overlap more carefully in my next sentences)? He says from the literature you get 1.2C and 0.5C and 0.5C from different sources...but how does he know that some of the 1.2C in the first event does not account for some of the 0.5C increase stemming from another cause? These events are all connected. It seems to naive to just add them as he does. If you do this you clearly get a biased result towards a higher end temperature. I think we are at risk of extinction...but it is not game over yet and he should not say that it is when he is clearly not an expert in the field. I beg all of you to think clearly about what I am saying here. We all need to act to prevent disaster...we still have time...just not as much as before.

  89. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    He is a prophet of doom, he wants an endtime like many in these comments secretly do. He is doing what the ipcc does on a whole new level: Overexhaturating the greenhouse effect beyond sanity. Sad how many people just buy his "math" and then keep going with him for an hour. redicilous unmasking bs and i say that as a far left.

  90. Robin Whitlock

    Robin Whitlock7 ヶ月 前

    I agree actually. I am suspicious, and I've asked Mr Hallam for references so I can check his claims. If anyone else though has those references, please supply them. Thanks.

  91. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    Patrick Lincoln i feel like these would be the last days to stop business as usual still may be too late

  92. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    I'll delete it

  93. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    Patrick Lincoln sorry came off different

  94. Matt G

    Matt G10 ヶ月 前

    Grand solar minimum/Modern Eddie Minimum is upon us now. Last solar minimum was the Dalton Minimum and before that the Maunder, 206 year solar cycles. Glaciation is not far off. 13,000 year cycle. We have just ended the warm cycle definitely mini ice age but could be a major one. Life is going to change.

  95. Matt G

    Matt G10 ヶ月 前

    Sorry ment say worse in the last 100yrs. Again thanks for putting uour thoughts out there.

  96. Matt G

    Matt G10 ヶ月 前

    Space Wizard . Sorry to be a pain in your arse. You really seem like a decent bloke but some times to have to agree to disagree and leave it there. ATB. BTW next years uk winter will be longer and colder and we'll have an even hotter/longer summer, late frosts food shortages ect. for 100 years. Just givin' you a heads up. Solar cycles predict it. We'll see . Put in your calander and message me then. Again. No disrespect. Keep up the good work.

  97. Matt G

    Matt G10 ヶ月 前

    Space Wizard jpreporter.net/title-redirect?v=eR1xgXWlClc&redir_token=qMbMSCfPR0YgfT2o22eOdFFIX4V8MTUzMjUyNjcwN0AxNTMyNDQwMzA3&q=https%3A%2F%2Frealclimatescience.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2016%2F07%2FEvaluating-The-Integrity-Of-Official-Climate-Records-4.pdf&html_redirect=1&event=video_description

  98. Matt G

    Matt G10 ヶ月 前

    Space Wizard hi, thanks for the reply looked at the links. They don't go back in time far enough to get a clear picture. Nasa, IPCC, EPA supprt the Global warming thery as they get /used to get funding from their government re CO2 levels. CO2 taxes. They homogenized figures, data sets, increase temps 0.5 deg c. Twice because it doesn't fit their 100s of models/narrative . Global warming and cooling are natural 206, 13,000year cycles. Gran Solar Maximum has hust ended were going in to the Modern Eddie Minimum, Grand Solar Minimum. Mini Ice age longer colder winters, messed up jet stresm, hotter sumers, kate frists record hale floiding increased volcanic activitu due to less sunspot = weaker earths magnetosphere = more cosmic ray influx = more cloud nucleation albedo affect, cooling. Below 120ppm plants suffer to live. About 1,000ppm would be better. CO2 goes up with temps. Most comes from the sea. CO2 is a trace gas will vertually no affect to climate change. During the roman era CO2 was about a 1000ppm. Check out past co2 levels and how they correlate with solar cycles. Ice core data and carbon data from cosmic rays. Global warming is real but a natural cycle. I agree more humans snd more pollutants aren't good for the enviroment. Look up for more info. Rolf Witzsche, John L Casey Thanks. Discussion is goid Don't nean to offend.

  99. SpaceWitch

    SpaceWitch10 ヶ月 前

    upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7b/Temp-sunspot-co2.svg

  100. tullygeevagh

    tullygeevagh10 ヶ月 前

    The only way of achieving any kind of mobilization is if there is hope, the possibility of making a positive change. With no hope there can be no objective, no positive end point. All we can achieve now is an acceptance of the inevitable and to end our existence with 'grace', that is with mutual compassion and a shared understanding.

  101. freedomfightertwo

    freedomfightertwo10 ヶ月 前

    When people hear this wake up call, most are quietly turning around and going back into the Matrix. They choose fantasy over reality.

  102. Eric Genest

    Eric Genest22 日 前

    I agree. No more grey, the end of The Matrix, nothing but the truth. That is worth dying for. +TheEsotericZebra

  103. TheEsotericZebra

    TheEsotericZebra25 日 前

    +BK Bland On the other hand, isn't this REALLY exciting? No longer a grey world, playing video games, doing the old 9-5. This will be a really crazy world now! All sorts of drama will be happening. I know it won't end well, but it will be some high quality entertainment in the mean time

  104. BK Bland

    BK Blandヶ月 前

    Then we're doomed.

  105. freedomfightertwo

    freedomfightertwo10 ヶ月 前

    He‘s right! Not many people want to hear the truth! He‘s dangerous!

  106. ValhalaFiveSix

    ValhalaFiveSix10 ヶ月 前

    I already knew all this, studied Guy McPheson's work but this bloke seems like me, a generalist, it is the specialists ie Glacieriologist or rising tide scientists who fail to see the big total picture and realize we are done. Game over.

  107. Kevin Hester

    Kevin Hester10 ヶ月 前

    It's an amazing study in psychology and cognitive dissonance. Roger Hallam set out to have the conversation no one wants to have and then when he got to the precipice he couldn't quite accept the entire hypothosis of the presentation. Nonetheless I admire anyone courageous enough to start the conversation that Guy McPherson and I have been discussing together for the last 5 yrs. kevinhester.live/2018/04/05/connecting-the-dots-on-the-unfolding-6th-great-extinction/

  108. Dave Richards

    Dave Richards10 ヶ月 前

    WACK A DOODLE' have another drink No melting, www.snopes.com/fact-check/does-arctic-ice-doubt-reality-climate-change/

  109. Chara Choppel

    Chara Choppel10 ヶ月 前

    Come to the point, man!!! He has no point but babbling away. Showing an ice decrease graph saying ice will have metlted by 2024. There are graphs telling the opposite. So why does he not compare?

  110. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy10 ヶ月 前

    New paradigm, new rules. Because we choose honesty we can have no hope. Ideas please for a comfortable extinction strategy without unicorns or flowers.

  111. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    The graph being shown is that there'll be no Arctic sea ice for 1 day only in ~2024 AD or whatever. It's 1 day without ice. Then the days increase backwards towards March over the decades. As you know, northern hemisphere equinox dates are ~March 22 to ~September 22 so ocean warming accelerates mostly as ice is near zero such as May 22 - July 22 or such like (there is no actual date, it's inane to think there's some cutoff or start off date). There's paleoclimate analysis of 5,000 years ago when this might have happened that indicates that "the transition is fast" between year-round Arctic sea ice and seasonal Arctic sea ice (covered in autumn/winter/spring, no ice in spring/summer/autumn) but the synopsis I read didn't say how many decades is "the transition is fast".

  112. christinearmington

    christinearmington3 ヶ月 前

    grindupBaker The difference between geologic time and hockey 🏒 stick time.

  113. Gregg Senne

    Gregg Senne10 ヶ月 前

    I don't think integration in the south of the US is quite the same as bringing the fossil fuel industry a halt. Integration was at worst an inconvenience. To stop burning fossil carbon would destroy civilization in a heartbeat. We're in a situation of overshoot. To remove the support would cause a collapse in the near term. The effects of global warming won't be serious enough to provoke a response for a couple of decades. Given the choice, people will delay action until the consequences can't be ignore. Whether or not there is any chance of recovery at that point really isn't the issue.

  114. Gregg Senne

    Gregg Senne10 ヶ月 前

    First, why do you believe is it relevant?

  115. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    Gregg Senne how much is your income?

  116. Bundle of Perceptions

    Bundle of Perceptions10 ヶ月 前

    "All the people who have tried to reduce carbon emissions have catastrophically failed, and there's no other way to put it." Wrong! There is an idiom that says "you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink." People's religious faith stands between them and reason on climate change. People's religious beliefs are "sacred" and cannot be challenged. Now what do you do? The failure was allowing idiotic superstitious beliefs to continue this long. The human race would wipe itself out eventually, even without climate change. We wiped out the other human species, a lot of the larger animals, we will kill off most of the fish species, most of the amphibians are gone. If humans have become good at one thing, it's mass murder on the largest scale.

  117. jassybee

    jassybee10 ヶ月 前

    We are entering a new Little Ice Age. It's getting colder and ice is growing everywhere. That little bit of global warming was a good thing and you're going to wish for it to return. Do your homework folks. P.S. Carbon is heavier than air and warming was NOT man made. The sun determines whether this planet is warm or cold. We have always had warm and cold periods, long before man could possibly be blamed. If he thinks corn can't grow when it gets warmer, it sure can't grow when it's too cold and wet -- as it is now.

  118. Traditional Food

    Traditional Food6 ヶ月 前

    Observe this coming winter. Skifields have opened early & last spring there was still snow when they closed. US grain crops were planted 8 to 9 weeks late due to extended cold this year.

  119. oaktreelight

    oaktreelight9 ヶ月 前

    "Carbon is heavier than air". By that logic simply lying down on the ground would kill someone as all the pure oxygen molecules would accumulate along the ground. Atmospheric gasses mix, with a general tendency for carbon to stay low, 80% of which gets absorbed by the oceans - hence ocean acidification. Which is now reached levels from 14 million years ago. Some carbon molecules can even escape into space. You could do with just keeping quiet as you obviously have no idea what you're talking about.

  120. SpaceWitch

    SpaceWitch10 ヶ月 前

    This is demonstrably false. Jut search that statement and you will find that it total is bs

  121. Supremo

    Supremo10 ヶ月 前

    jassybee go fuck yourself.

  122. jassybee

    jassybee10 ヶ月 前

    Spoken like a global-warming leftist ignoramus.

  123. Kevin Campbell

    Kevin Campbell10 ヶ月 前

    Climate change has been going on for millions of years. The earth goes through normal warming and cooling cycles. All this concern in nonsense!

  124. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    Can you pay taxes with bitcoin ya scam artist?

  125. SpaceWitch

    SpaceWitch10 ヶ月 前

    Expect all of the data shows otherwise

  126. Supremo

    Supremo10 ヶ月 前

    Good for you.

  127. Forest Dweller

    Forest Dweller10 ヶ月 前

    He is exactly right pointing out the PIOMAS volume graph is the one that says most. And PIOMAS does not even account for increasing feedbacks. PIOMAS has also been found to over estimate ice that is 1 meter or less thick from around 11-25%. Nearly all the ice in summer is in that category...you do the math. And i have to agree with a lot of the comments here, don't get your ass thrown in jail being a brave activist however noble. It's the last place you wanna be when collapse is imminent....

  128. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    Gonna see if there was any records from inmates during the dust bowl thanks for bringing it up

  129. Rabble Repository

    Rabble Repository10 ヶ月 前

    Was thinking that you really dont wana be in the can during bad times you constitually have no rights while incarcerated an its up to the guards if your live or die during any kind of emergency If you must aim for federal prison i feel like i need a shower now ugh ...

  130. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    It's my understanding that DMI analysis shows larger volume than PIOMAS analysis. Check it out yourself though if it interests because I haven't studied it, just heard that somewhere.

  131. Joseph Momma

    Joseph Momma10 ヶ月 前

    The only thing to do is learn to live in the present moment cuz there is NO future for humans (or other vertebrates.) The many feedback loops are in motion and it's much too late to "fix" the Earth's climate now... we might have had a chance 15 or even 10 years ago but we are totally screwed now

  132. TheEsotericZebra

    TheEsotericZebra25 日 前

    Is it okay to be excited about living in a post-apocalyptic world? I always wanted to as a Fallout player :).

  133. john gilkison

    john gilkison10 ヶ月 前

    I notice some commenters are more interested in who gave the talk rather than the message. It is immaterial if the presenter is liberal, a hippie, or poorly dressed, as this doesn't invalidate the message one iota. All you armchair critics try delivering a one hour talk to an audience in as a coherent manner as Roger did and you might have a leg to stand on if you had a tenth as much to say that was meaningful.

  134. TheEsotericZebra

    TheEsotericZebra25 日 前

    Well said john gilkison, I agree with you. Also I approve of your glasses and facial hair

  135. Lou Pel

    Lou Pel2 ヶ月 前

    @ john....I agree with you John that knowledge is paramount, although i tend to give credit to people that have a degree, moreover a PhD related to the topic debated.. don't you? like i am sure you wouldn't let "anybody" questionably qualified, to perform an open heart surgery on you outside a proper setting, wouldn't you?... ok, that's what i thought

  136. paxwallacejazz

    paxwallacejazz5 ヶ月 前

    +vancouveride oh no way off expect catastrophic agricultural collapse globally within a few years due to Arctic/methane driven temperature spike globally coming soon to a planet near you.

  137. Pat H

    Pat H5 ヶ月 前

    ironically it's usually the same people who cry about the left employing "identity politics"

  138. vancouveride

    vancouveride6 ヶ月 前

    Well, his presentation doesn't make a lot of sense. For example he says: "The productivity of corn decreases by 15% for every degree of temperature". If it were that simple a relation then the richest corn producing regions would be in the arctic. Obviously its a massive over simplification. We are at 1.2 degrees now and he has said that equates to 2.4 degrees in the middle of the continent which would be ~40% loss of productivity already. Yet if anyone bothers to look at actual harvests they will find that, paradoxically, we are harvesting more and more corn every year. This is just fear mongering. His hand wavy arguments are unconvincing. He may be right but he needs to work on his presentation if he wants to convince anyone with a shred of scepticism.

  139. DuelingBongos

    DuelingBongos10 ヶ月 前

    @29:44 -- Actually, the gas that will kill most life on Earth is hydrogen sulfide, not "nitrate sulfite." www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/02/050223130549.htm

  140. DuelingBongos

    DuelingBongos10 ヶ月 前

    The big problem is that mainstream environmental organizations like Green Peace, 350.org and World Wildlife Fund are not acknowledging the truth about climate change. Here is a video clip from a TV show called "Newsroom" which shows a fictitious official stating the grim facts about the climate in a way that no government or mainstream environmental group will ever dare to actually do so. jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-M1cMnM-UJ5U.html

  141. Anonymous Pro

    Anonymous Pro10 ヶ月 前

    June 2018 Arctic sea ice volume was 26% below the 1979-2017 average and 42% below 1979.

  142. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    So what? The arctic is meant to melt as it did many times, before some little puny human with a redicolous life span watched at the melting ice , shaking in his boots.

  143. Eric Powell

    Eric Powell10 ヶ月 前

    Anonymous Pro , the arctic sea ice volume is rapidly approaching 0%. I noticed the slow/meandering jet stream, 5 feet of rain in Houston?! During hurricane Irene, 13inches in 24hrs, here in the Catskillmountains N.Y., a record, it almost wiped 200year old towns off the map. Storms that drop 5 to 8inches of rain in a couple of hours, turning main streets into torrents with cars flowing by like logs, with people in them. It's that warming equilibrium, between the equator and the arctic, warmer arctic, slower jet stream. It's an out of control experiment, with 40% more carbon, 400ppm and climbing, there will be repercussions.I don't think people know what exponential change means.

  144. Nicole W

    Nicole W10 ヶ月 前

    Supremo 😂

  145. Supremo

    Supremo10 ヶ月 前

    Nicole W if in 2018 you still need some dude on JPreporter to provide you with links for what is happening with the climate then my guess is you are beyond help’s reach

  146. Nicole W

    Nicole W10 ヶ月 前

    Supremo if you're not going to offer anything of use, please stop. Otherwise, I will look at any links you want to provide.

  147. Frank Sears

    Frank Sears10 ヶ月 前

    Only one word needed here-OVERPOPULATION

  148. . Wookey

    . Wookey5 ヶ月 前

    Two words actually: Consumption _and_ population. They are both fundamental, and right now a fairly small fraction of the population is doing most of the pulluting (50% of emissions come from 10% of the people - so right now it is _their_ behaviour that has to change). Further down the line we will need to worry about the emissions of everyone else too, and how many of them there are, but 10 billion low-emitting people are much less of a problem than 1-billion ridiculously high-emitting people. Still a problem, but some perspective is in order.

  149. Traditional Food

    Traditional Food6 ヶ月 前

    Frank Sears : That's racist. The only demographic Not breeding like rabbits is East Asians & Whites. Look at African demographics. Tell them to stop?

  150. Tom Adams

    Tom Adams10 ヶ月 前

    We have more to worry about fracking than man-made gases!

  151. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    Nah fracking is alright, nothing bad happens, the ground water is way above the drilling and there is not much civilization close anyway like in Arizona.

  152. Tom Adams

    Tom Adams10 ヶ月 前

    I concur with the level of pollution. I cycled one mile on Jul 3. My throat burned like never before. They must be making catalytic converters with less platinum. Also, many lawn-owners have not asked their landscapers to suspend service. They cut only micrometers of grass every week in this dry weather. Even in normal rainfall they need only appear once every two weeks. Lots of people lacking environmental / health conscientiousness.

  153. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    +Tom Adams "We have more to worry about fracking than man-made gases!" You've obviously never been in my road bicycling group

  154. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy10 ヶ月 前

    Civil disobedience in N.Ireland gave us torture, internment, Bloody Sunday, shoot-to-kill policies, and overflowing jails. What the British government did in N.Ireland they would do in Manchester or London. Unleashing the resurgent far-right with weapons and impunity would change the mix more. However you see it, it will still be hippies hurling lentils at machine guns.

  155. Supremo

    Supremo10 ヶ月 前

    That´s why I said "the idea of free-will", instead of simply "free-will".

  156. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy10 ヶ月 前

    Free will is incompatible with a universe obedient to immutable laws. With enough information our futures could be written as surely as our pasts.

  157. Supremo

    Supremo10 ヶ月 前

    Ultimately, everyone should decide their own fate. Or at least the portion of it that is subject to the idea of free-will.

  158. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy10 ヶ月 前

    Supremo, most people with children would like to think their children would outlive them. This is no longer a legitimate proposition. Some people are troubled by the thought of human extinction and our part in it. Me, I don't give a fuck.

  159. Supremo

    Supremo10 ヶ月 前

    But again, who wants to live forever anyway?

  160. Kambiz Fatahi

    Kambiz Fatahi10 ヶ月 前

    This new hydroelectric scientific formula (E>P+1at) is the near future of renewable energy in the world and it can solve climate change difficulties. (Ee>Ep+E1at) = (E>P+1at) What is the most difficult scientific question of global hydro power that no one scientists could the answer to it? Now the hard global question! How can we produce clean energy in a best way by the potential of water Static head in dams & seas that this water pressure can push to the center of planet? Answer: This is by getting benefit of joint scientific formula (E>P+1at) with immersion turbines method inside the water of dams & seas (Immersion turbines of series and parallel in zero point of opposite forces). Ee= High pressure clean energy that is produced by the water power plants in the depth of water via released fixed potential energy of water natural pressure (More than ten meters of water) with new method (Immersion turbines of series and parallel in zero point of opposite forces). Ep= Released fixed potential energy of water natural pressure in water depth (More than ten meters of water). E1at= Amount of energy that is consumed at a small pump of one atmosphere power is the ability (In the same place of the water power plant in water depth). Many scientists believe that the discovery of the formula is unparalleled. Although many still in shock! How this formula has not be discovered by scientists in the world. Answer to a hard question that scientists are searching for hundreds of years and they can control of climate change and stop global warming. My new formula and new method can change the world and start a new industrial revolution soon. This invention is patented in Department of Justice in Kurdistan of Iraq No. 952/6 on 12/6/2013. The TV report: rudaw.net/NewsDetails.aspx?pageid=110844

  161. Crisis Management

    Crisis Management10 ヶ月 前

    Valiant but you can't accomplish the reversal of climate change. Dr. Guy McPherson presents with the same referred to literature. Near Term Human Extinction is a scientific fact because of a rebellion--a Crisis! The good news is that the crisis is being managed like any reputable company in plain sight manages a crisis. See my channel for more information.

  162. Aum

    Aum10 ヶ月 前

    Gandalf dropping the “you shall not pass” climate bomb. Strictly for the real ones skrrrahh, skidiki-pap-pap Boom

  163. Veronica Harris

    Veronica Harris10 ヶ月 前

    jpreporter.net/v/%E3%83%93%E3%83%87%E3%82%AA-AUZo7madwMM.html THE REALITY OF OUR SITUATION

  164. Aum

    Aum10 ヶ月 前

    Heavy

  165. Veronica Harris

    Veronica Harris10 ヶ月 前

    Brilliant Lecture: Thankyou very very much. This Extinction Event is going to be the Last Existential Event, Humanity has ever faced. There is no way out. A metaphor springs to my mind: It is like a Huge Oil Super Tanker going across the Sea and a little rowing boat hitching a ride with a little rope attatched, to try and turn the Super Tanker around. It ain't gunna happen. We are FUCKED Excuse the language. There is nothing else to say:

  166. leo smith

    leo smith10 ヶ月 前

    Wow really? Got a retirement to protect? Why has al gore predictions not come to pass? Still have ice caps remember the beast from the east last winter? Truth we are going into a grand solar minimum happens every 200 / 400 years go to JPreporter adapt 2030 for truth lol we will see if we're getting warmer or colder crop loss starvation increase volcano activities

  167. Redzone 2119

    Redzone 211910 ヶ月 前

    christinearmington........ Can you please explain that further - that is, how melting acrtic ice contributes to an 'ICE AGE'. Your comment seems to suggest, that it's getting warmer....then what ? Suddenly...an ice age? Sorry, I'm a little confused. regards, RZ2118

  168. christinearmington

    christinearmington10 ヶ月 前

    leo smith Al Gores predictions are coming to pass. Sea level rise, CO2 rise, floods, fires, melting glaciers. Sure you don’t like Gore or any Democrat perhaps, but facts observable worldwide support his premise. I hope the solar minimum will put on enough of a break. But don’t forget one contribution to an ice age is heat meting arctic ice enough to disrupt the AMOC.

  169. Redzone 2119

    Redzone 211910 ヶ月 前

    Where did I say Adapt 2030 was my hero? Don't be so quick to judge me Grindup. Adapt 2030 cherry picks just like certain people on the other side of the debate.

  170. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    "adapt 2030" is an ignorant half wit. In a video he confuses Fahrenheit with Celsius temperatures. This half wit who doesn't know the difference between Fahrenheit with Celsius, this half wit who doesn't know the difference between surface mass balance of Greenland and Greenland ice loss is your hero. This fact describes you perfectly to all who browse these comments.

  171. Redzone 2119

    Redzone 211910 ヶ月 前

    Leo....AL Gore is just one reason why skepticism invades. Then there is Guy Mac. I recently came across a warmist who thinks Guy McPherson could possibly be paid by oil Co's to shift the 'goal posts' even further....

  172. Anthony Davis

    Anthony Davis10 ヶ月 前

    Giving up is not human nature. Knowing what is wrong is the first step towards fixing it. Or at least give your best efforts.

  173. Carol Isaac

    Carol Isaac10 ヶ月 前

    This is partially the way I see it. There are two classes in the near future. The collateral is optimism.

  174. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy10 ヶ月 前

    No agreement on what is wrong therefore no fixing it. Deniers reflect human nature more accurately perhaps than the fixers.

  175. Daniel Gontar

    Daniel Gontar10 ヶ月 前

    It's all happening but I think what has not been pointed out is that it is happening ON PURPOSE. All of the people in charge of geoengineering, the car companies, the CIA, the petrochemical industry, the military, etc. are part of a freemasonic brotherhood and they are all working in concert with each other and are evil. But at least you can see that evil in the end is self-destructive. I would even say it is primarily self-destructive. Oh and one more thing. They're WHITE PEOPLE not Jews.

  176. Bestoink Dooley

    Bestoink Dooley10 ヶ月 前

    Did you hear that? 1.2 above now + .5 already in the pipeline + .5 when the arctic summer ice is gone + 1. from the additional water vapor + 1.5 from the Amazon burning when we get to 3....That right there is 4.7. From what I've read, civilization will collapse near 4... .Guy McPherson is right, we are so fucked...WE ARE SO FUUCKED! AHHHHHH! ( Sam Kinison type of scream)

  177. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    Come on! I am sure we can squeeze out some more degrees. Hopefully all of this will happen, my life is so boring, i need an end time. I would be so disapointed if catastrophys will stay the same and if sealevels would rise too slow.

  178. Alien Machine

    Alien Machine10 ヶ月 前

    LOL

  179. Sven

    Sven10 ヶ月 前

    They really have no one who is less annoying both by voice and clothing to present this message? OMG, I've done the math so know it's true and I'm almost hoping some vikings come in and take care of this guy.

  180. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    SPAM SPAM SPAM SPAM SPAM SPAM SPAM SPAM. SPAM SPaaaaaaaAM wonderful SPaaaaaaaAM.

  181. poiter

    poiter10 ヶ月 前

    It was 54 deg celius in Australia two years ago where i live. My theory is we are slowly burning out like mercury for the near future b ut i also think its the opposite of an ice age a heat age maybe.

  182. nyood mono

    nyood mono29 日 前

    Wow i love heat, i have to visit Australia, you are blessed.

  183. Traditional Food

    Traditional Food6 ヶ月 前

    Was that in summer or winter? What month of the year? Yes, I know the seasons are reversed so was it between late December and early April, when such temperatures are normal for parts of Australia?

  184. poiter

    poiter10 ヶ月 前

    Redzone 2118 No sorry but it's 100 m above sea level here and the heat was 100 km radius our eyes felt as if they were burning

  185. Redzone 2119

    Redzone 211910 ヶ月 前

    I don't suppose you have the wet bulb temp as well as the dry bulb temp, by any chance, Poiter?

  186. poiter

    poiter10 ヶ月 前

    Redzone 2118 Nsw on the coast nearby was 49 c

  187. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal10 ヶ月 前

    Great sequence. I've watched 1000+ climate.vids, and your presentaion, basic analog chalk and yes, the most important graph, was spot on save your 2024 optimism. No such luck. Its 2018 or 2019 at most. Btw the gas you mentioned is hydrogen sulfide

  188. Calum Fishwick

    Calum Fishwick11 日 前

    +Roger Hallam Hi Roger, I understand you probably very busy these days but I wondered if you had a document to provide the references for some of the scientific info in this talk. I am doing a XR heading for extinction talk in Taunton and wanted to be able to provide references to the scientific journals... No worries if not. And thank you for giving this talk. Watching it 9 months ago has changed the course of my life dramatically for the better!

  189. Roger Hallam

    Roger Hallam10 ヶ月 前

    thanks - yes I always get my chemical names mixed up - sorry about that. I am interested getting more info on CC for mobilising people so get in touch if you could help - I'm on facebook

  190. Byrod1

    Byrod110 ヶ月 前

    Roger Hallam would be more effective if he would not look like a street thug.

  191. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy10 ヶ月 前

    Aum, I wanted him to ride into the theatre on a penny-farthing wearing an Edwardian smoking jacket.

  192. Aum

    Aum10 ヶ月 前

    Indeed. I was hoping for a powdered wig and monocle myself

  193. D Wolff

    D Wolff10 ヶ月 前

    no, no, no. The time is up on fossil fuels. Solar is fast becoming the most ECONOMICAL form of energy. In 15 years we won't be burning oil for heat or mobility...just for plastics and byproducts. This change isn't taking place because of end of the world CO2 predictions. It's taking place because of ECONOMICS. You'll NEVER convince ignorance with science. It's beyond them. But even the village idiot understands money.

  194. How mathematicians create maths

    How mathematicians create maths3 ヶ月 前

    " But even the village idiot understands money." Sorry man to interrupt you but true idiots, people with IQ less than 80 have NO CLUE about money, they can get as much education as they want. It's just too an abstract concept. I've known such people. They are happy if they are finally able to count together single digit coins!!

  195. Sheila chambers

    Sheila chambers6 ヶ月 前

    D Wolff, Don't you realize that those "renewables" wouldn't even exist if we didn't have affordable OIL, COAL & NATURAL GAS? These temporary resources produce not just "fuel" but ESSENTIAL RAW MATERIALS , we cannot produce those "renewables" without the raw materials & energy found in those ancient fossil plants & animals & "renewables" produce NONE of those essential raw materials, they only produce electricity, inefficently & irratically & very expensivly, only RICH PEOPLE can afford such systems. "Renewables" are mostly good for fooling the ignorant dupes & making PROFITS from the last of our oil. You still cannot replace a resource with a technology that depends upon that same resource to exist.

  196. BRIAN ROGERS

    BRIAN ROGERS10 ヶ月 前

    KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GIVING FAKE NEW YOU BUNCH OF FOOLS!!!!!!! THERE IS NO REAL DATA THAT SHOWS MAN CAUSED GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE!! WHAT DONT YOU FOOLS UNDERSTAND ABOUT SCIENTIFIC DATA....NOT ALTERED DATA LIKE YOU ALL SEEM TO LOVE... I WILL NEVER GIVE UP MY RIGHTS, MONEY AND PROPERTY TO YOU SICK FOOLS !!!! HERE WE ARE IN 2018....STILL NORMAL ICE AT THE POLES, LESS STORMS AVERAGE, SEA LEVELS STILL CHANGING AT THE SAME LEVEL FROM 80 YEARS AGO, CROPS ARE OK, NO FLOODING, AND THE LIST GOES ON NONE ARE COROLATED TO CO2 INCREASES.....ALL OF THE IPCC'S PREDICTIONS FAILED !!!! FAILED !!! BECAUSE THERE IS NOT EVIDENCE OF ANTHORPROGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE....

  197. Praylak

    Praylak10 ヶ月 前

    Good advice, 30 years ago. You said you seen the data, you know the facts, but yet you got the balls to encourage young people to spend their time left in prison. You're a fucking superhero pal.

  198. PK Saenz

    PK Saenz10 ヶ月 前

    The overton window?