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


  1. Huw Jones

    Huw Jones2 ヶ月 前

    Communist bastard will never get our car keys or get us to eat vegan crap.

  2. Jim Taggert

    Jim Taggert4 ヶ月 前

    do not dis Trump here or you will be smashed!!!

  3. Dennis

    Dennis5 ヶ月 前

    these bunch of idiots XR aren’t genuine environmentalists, they’re subversives for the globalist agendas. Roger Hallam and Gail Bradbrook are encouraging 5G. Don’t go near these pricks.

  4. Sans Job

    Sans Job5 ヶ月 前


  5. andrew edmunds

    andrew edmunds5 ヶ月 前

    Frightening. He has no idea what he is talking about.


    BIODYNAMIC5 ヶ月 前


  7. thisisnumber0

    thisisnumber05 ヶ月 前

    So this is how Red Roger kicked off the climate tripefest, is it? Confirmation that this is nothing to do with the climate cult and everything to do with his quest for communist domination.

  8. Richard Alexander

    Richard Alexander5 ヶ月 前

    A lecture by an anti capitalist. Not only that he is thick and boring he and his useful idiots should be ignored. He imagines he will be a Lenin but his movement will need to be facist to succeed.

  9. Tim Hallas

    Tim Hallas6 ヶ月 前

    Now I understand why college students are so gullible and ignorant. They are getting a lecture on climate, from a guy who has PhD in protesting. I'm willing to bet this guy never took a single science class since high-school, and he thinks he has a handle on the Earth's climate. There is a very good reason that we should fear our future, and these students are it.

  10. Tim Hallas

    Tim Hallas5 ヶ月 前

    @stau ffap Warming is a natural state of this planet right now. We have reached the halfway point between glaciation events. It's supposed to be getting warmer. As for our contribution to that. it looks like maybe 2% more that would normally occur. It's been much higher in distant history and the Earth survived. In fact it thrived. Global warming went from a science investigation to a political debate and now it has become a religion. I'm following the real science. Fuck all of you liberal puppets.

  11. stau ffap

    stau ffap5 ヶ月 前

    Look at some MIT lectures about quantum physics, organic chemistry or mathematics (you can find them on youtube) and then you see what normal lectures look like. This is not a lecture. I wish lectures at universities were that easy....(well not really, then we woulnd't be learning much).

  12. stau ffap

    stau ffap5 ヶ月 前

    That's a pretty ignorant comment. This certainly isn't an obligatory lecture. Of course a physics student wouldn't have to listen to Roger Hallam to get his bachelor or masters degree. And of course a student of atmospheric science wouldn't learn it from Roger Hallam. The problem at the universities are the social sciences. There you'll find the occasional people, who have just joined the university to push their views into the scientific literature. But those people are a minority. They are just a minority that people unfortunately pay a lot of attention to, because apparently that's what our media has become. It's not about substance any more. It's not about what's really important, but just about grabbing people's attention and of course nothing grabs attention as much as a person at a university expressing a moronic view. You should blame the media not the universities. That being said, the climate science is very clear. We are causing global warming by burning fossil fuels and by our methan emissions. It's also very clear that if we stay on the path that we are on (Emissionscenario RCP8.5 from the IPCC) then the consequences can be catastrophic. And by catastrophic i mean it can cause the destabilisation of our systems and it will cause a lot of deaths. We can get into details in case you're not familiar with the peer-reviewed literature regarding high emission scenarios. So it's clear that a warming over 1.5 or 1°C is too big of a risk to take. A lot of the damages would be irreversible and it would cost a lot. That's one reason why it's so irrational when people talk about the costs of switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources. They are completely ignoring the future costs of global warming.

  13. Rob Luciano

    Rob Luciano6 ヶ月 前

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1598">26:38</a> says it all. weird stuff going on

  14. Rob Luciano

    Rob Luciano5 ヶ月 前

    @Luke Flegg Yes Luke you could be right

  15. Luke Flegg

    Luke Flegg5 ヶ月 前

    "please prove me wrong" Sounds like humble to me. What's your stance Rob?

  16. kath david

    kath david6 ヶ月 前

    Wow!!! these mindless environMENTALists and distaster alarrmists are very dangerous.. especially to young mind.s

  17. Archaeus A

    Archaeus A6 ヶ月 前

  18. William Buick

    William Buick6 ヶ月 前

    One burp from a volcano caused more greenhouse gas emissions than all mankind for the last 100 years ! Stop pushing the hoax ! There’s more honest ways to make money without lying to people !

  19. William Buick

    William Buick6 ヶ月 前

    grindupBaker keep fudging your figures but it’s still getting colder !

  20. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker6 ヶ月 前

    Liar. Not even close. Humans == 10,000 MtC / Year, All volcanoes == 150 MtC / Year.

  21. AmericanPatriot 1776

    AmericanPatriot 17767 ヶ月 前

    You guys are all KOOKS. There is no man-made global warming. It is a hoax. Call me a freak, go ahead, but you're all kooks. When they show a skinny polar bear on a tiny snow drift in the ocean they fail to tell you the truth about that polar bear. That bear has been hibernating all winter so he has used up this fuel sleeping thru the winter. Polar bears can swim 100 miles. So this little snow pack is a restbit before he devours his next meal. This hysteria is communistic. Please, don't fall for this hysteria. It's all lies, all lies. This is governments way of mindmelding you into believing that you're the cause of the earth changes. Only God can do that. If we control the "climate" how come we can't stop a hurricane, which, BTW are few and far between these days. Something they didn't count on.

  22. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker6 ヶ月 前

    OK. You're a freak. Whatever keeps you happy.

  23. Matthew Henry

    Matthew Henry8 ヶ月 前

    I aimed to clarify the role of positive (or destabilizing) climate feedbacks and show how they don't (necessarily) lead to runaway climate change in this video -->

  24. Arron Jerden

    Arron Jerden8 ヶ月 前

    I have a question for climate change advocates. If the global temp is indeed warmer now than it was during the ice age then how are the ice age animals frozen in permafrost? Obviously if the ground was frozen when the animals died then they could not be forced into the ground without causing massive damage to the remains but if they were exposed on the surface for even a short period of time then the remains would have started to putrefy, the bodies own internal temperature at the time of death would be enough to start the process in hours and is noticeable within days. I know the answer, I just want to see who else does. No I do not think the earth was warmer during the ice age than it is now, so don't even try to come at me from that angle.

  25. MrTageamu

    MrTageamu9 ヶ月 前

    Al Gore said that it would be ice free by 2007!

  26. Nick Hill

    Nick Hill6 ヶ月 前

    LOL! I think he was talking about his wine cellar!

  27. MrTageamu

    MrTageamu9 ヶ月 前

    we are heading for extinction? The atom bomb is the only thing that could wipe out the human race!

  28. Ruth Anthony-Gardner

    Ruth Anthony-Gardner8 ヶ月 前

    Once climate chaos gets into high gear, nukes will look really tempting to dictators and Trumpers. Nihilism and hate.

  29. Jon Fairway

    Jon Fairway9 ヶ月 前

    only one fix for this... extreme as it sounds ... we need to create a new ice age.. we have a chance at surviving that !!

  30. Andreas Oliveira Hennig

    Andreas Oliveira Hennig8 ヶ月 前


  31. Peter Staples

    Peter Staples9 ヶ月 前

    WTF, do what you say, look from the outside, Hitler murdered 2.5 million Russians, Stalin murdered 10 million Russians. Lefties win by 400%. Work the math out here below. I hope it is not a stumble as well. If the solar insolation has only varied 0.7 watts per sq. metre in the last 160 kyr (IPCC). At the peak of warming at all the Interglacials all the charts (even the adjusted charts) show that C02 keeps rising for an average of 800 years, C02 climbs to its highest ppm but the solar insolation is dropping slowly (0.1 to 0.2) so C02 at its maximum does not keep warming the temperature the earth cools with only a small insolation drop. So it is blatantly obvious that C02 has a small effect on atmospheric temperature.

  32. Eric Herbert

    Eric Herbert10 ヶ月 前

    anyone else completely in despair watching this? i feel terrible. Angry, terrified, hopeless. I guess it's time to join the rebellion...

  33. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    Freddy van Manen grindupBaker + Freddy van Manen "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". Because the surface temperature of Greenland and the North Atlantic region isn't the same as the Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) and it doesn't change the same, not even close. 126,000 to 122,000 years ago when Earth's Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) was 0.5 degrees higher than now the surface of the Greenland ice sheet (GIS) was 5-8 degrees higher than now (from a Greenland ice core proxy like you reference) so it's 10-16x as much for Greenland so when Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) becomes 1.0 degrees higher than now the surface of the Greenland ice sheet (GIS) will be 10-16 degrees higher than now. It's massive. I'm sure it'll actually be a bit less like 7-12 degrees higher than now for the first few hundred years but it's still massive. That's why half the ice is now already guaranteed to be gone off Greenland in the next 300-700 years with no more warming at all. It happened before in the same situation and it'll happen again. That's why. Boy was that ever an easy one.

  34. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    At <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1540">25:40</a> "water vapour Roger makes one of his huge mistakes. The water vapour +ve feedback and loss of Arctic Ocean sea ice loss +ve feedback are definitely already included in each of the 2 "+0.5" on the blackboard (as they are included in the +1.2 degrees that's already happened). If they weren't included then each of the "+0.5" on the blackboard should have been "+0.25" instead and then you add a single "+0.5" for the water vapour +ve feedback and loss of Arctic Ocean sea ice loss +ve feedback (it gets a little complicated because you actually add another 0.25 but then that plays out over a couple of hundred years so we don't actually care). So, in summary, Roger made an absolutely massive ignorant mistake there by adding the 1.0 for feedbacks on when it was already included. This is what happens when you have nice social work, literature, poetry & author persons attempting to do solid physical science. They invariably screw it up like this. I like the Roger fellow though he seems pleasant.

  35. Nick Hill

    Nick Hill6 ヶ月 前

    Pleasant, but dangerously deluded...…..

  36. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    Just to be clear on the mumbled aside at <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1520">25:20</a> "there's a 20% chance that it's going to be 8 degrees higher in the next 5 years" that's huge false information simply because that happens to be physically impossible for this particular planet (there are other planets that it's possible for). So I can answer Roger's talk with himself at <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1530">25:30</a> "if I understand basic physics", the answer is obviously Roger doesn't understand basic physics. but that's OK because I can confirm his +2.2 degrees from 1750 AD if no carbon is burned from this year on, and the ocean stops taking up CO2, and the Arctic Ocean becomes typically ice free (

  37. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    At <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1475">24:35</a> I think the reason why Roger's "still to come through" 0.5 (I actually computed 0.54 the next 100 years with more sooner than later) is because the climate scientists must have determined that the ocean keeps taking up its 1.2 ppmv / year like it's been doing so the CO2 actually goes down in that case if humans stop burning. Climate scientists absolutely do know about that 0.54 or whatever because that's Jim Hansen's 1 watt Christmas tree light with his grandkids video and it's also Trenberth's "93% of heat into the oceans". I'll not bother to explain why but those 2 things plus the ice melt are the same "still to come through" 0.5 Roger mentions.

  38. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    I can answer Roger's confusion at <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="1222">20:22</a>. It's because the person's he's speaking with are referring to best estimate of >90% open water for the entire summer June 22 to September 22 and Roger is referring to >90% open water for a day or so in September. Completely different things. When you discuss anything with somebody I've always found that it's always best to first make sure that you are both discussing the same thing.

  39. ksimmons1025

    ksimmons102510 ヶ月 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.

  40. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    Roger doesn't mention anything that has anything at all to do with climate models and he misunderstands most of the science and it's all greatly exaggerated and is very little like the actual science from the actual scientists, including the climate models, so yet again it's a case of non-science bull shit worthless argument between a worthless coal/oil shill-fuckwit (you) and a person who has minimal understanding on some opposing socio-politico team. The usual worthless fucking garbage all round, no surprise at all.

  41. Clair Rollings

    Clair Rollings10 ヶ月 前

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

  42. Jayke S

    Jayke S11 ヶ月 前

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

  43. fixitsan

    fixitsan11 ヶ月 前

    Death cult fools

  44. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy8 ヶ月 前

    Life cult idiot.

  45. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 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..

  46. nyood mono

    nyood mono10 ヶ月 前

    @grindupBaker That goes a long with the idea that climate always is "special" If we look back warm periods were prosperous and cold periods were harsh. Where is the danger? Sea levels may rise faster, but there is no deluvian. Any "tipping point" or runaway theorie makes no sense to me in the first place. Ice caps and permafrost siberia has melted before, without a mass extincton. You should always remember that we are in the negative temperature equilibrium of earth since 4 million years, modern humanity is on an interglacial peak today. Which leads me to your sentence "so that's just 2 extra years of coal/oil/gas burning thrown in as a free extra". Here you assume that the estimated Co2 sensitivity is correct, which is wrong for me in the first place, which just leads back to our fundamental disagreements.

  47. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    +nyood mono "Nothing special will happen, the arctic ice melted and grew back many times". That's meaningless because it depends what you mean by "special". The increase in GMST by no Arctic sea ice will be modest because GMST will rise by 0.15 degrees June 22 to September 22 each year then cool again in the Arctic winter, so that's just 2 extra years of coal/oil/gas burning thrown in as a free extra, that feedback starting as soon as there's an ice free summer. Also, there'll be an extra 0.02 degrees/ year of GMST increase for 20 years and then it'll taper to zero after the +0.4 degrees total. That's quite a bit though. But where the big effect is going to be is in disruption of the northern hemisphere wind patterns because of the large change in *relative* temperature. I don't know whether the effects will be more severe rain/snow/wind or not but there'll definitely be some noticeable climate change.

  48. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 前

    @Ron Harrison 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.

  49. Ron Harrison

    Ron Harrison11 ヶ月 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.

  50. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 前

    @Ron Harrison 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.



    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. 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!!!"

  52. soloman starforth

    soloman starforth11 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.

  53. sichere

    sichere11 ヶ月 前

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

  54. Pink Peony

    Pink Peony11 ヶ月 前

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

  55. Spinky L

    Spinky L年 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.

  56. World Coming Down 5780

    World Coming Down 5780年 前

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

  57. Pascal W. Paradis

    Pascal W. Paradis年 前

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

  58. Roger Lewis

    Roger Lewis年 前

    idiocracy lives, this man is hugely ignorant. it is no surprise he is behind the Extinction rebellion. try some science here,

  59. Bruce Williams

    Bruce Williams年 前

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

  60. E'raan Lue

    E'raan Lue年 前

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

  61. Laurence von Winkenburger

    Laurence von Winkenburger9 ヶ月 前

    But 2 + 2 really does equal 4. You want more ??

  62. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    That's just blatantly incorrect. I counted 8 WG1 climate science facts stated, of which 5 were simply incorrect, greatly exaggerated or misleading. It's unfortunate to get only 3 of 8 correct but still they are facts raised and 3 correct so you simply lied when you said you "listened for 20 minutes".

  63. Eva Vyera Kali James

    Eva Vyera Kali James年 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............….

  64. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    That's just silly crap as far as Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) is concerned. The physical science is "if you heat something then it warms" and it was Sir Isaac Newton many years ago who discovered that it doesn't operate by magic after all. The regional Mean Surface Temperature (MST) and the big effects are highly complex and way beyond my studying but the Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) is simple enough for a 14 year old British grammar school child (some Calculus) to get correct if you explain the basic Laws & data to him and then ask him to calculate Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) rise. Within +/- 10% no problem.

  65. APeacefulWarrior

    APeacefulWarrior年 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.

  66. sam shepherd

    sam shepherd年 前

    School strike 4 climate every Friday

  67. Jim Taggert

    Jim Taggert4 ヶ月 前

    sam was framed

  68. thisisnumber0

    thisisnumber05 ヶ月 前

    Child abuser.

  69. Bitchin Bob

    Bitchin Bob年 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 .

  70. Steve Fitt

    Steve Fitt年 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.

  71. Mic Theory

    Mic Theory年 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.

  72. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker11 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.

  73. . Wookey

    . Wookey年 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, ( 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.

  74. nespith

    nespith年 前

  75. haszarathustra

    haszarathustra年 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.

  76. Bruce Williams

    Bruce Williams年 前

    Dude you just captured nihilism in one rant. congrats.

  77. Jay Bilden

    Jay Bilden年 前

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

  78. Jan Otionettec

    Jan Otionettec年 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.

  79. sichere

    sichere年 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.

  80. sichere

    sichere年 前

    In the history of mankind there have been many bearded prophets -

  81. Robert Poen

    Robert Poen年 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.

  82. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 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.

  83. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    +OwlNation Legal You've never done any analysis because you don't have the foggiest clue about WG1 climate science because you just don't have the type of brain for it, and there's nothing wrong with that.

  84. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 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.

  85. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 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., back to a Hometown Grand Jury near you.

  86. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    +OwlNation Legal You've never done any analysis because you don't have the foggiest clue about WG1 climate science because you just don't have the type of brain for it, and there's nothing wrong with that.

  87. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 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.

  88. andy olsen sovereign human!

    andy olsen sovereign human!年 前


  89. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前


  90. Freddy van Manen

    Freddy van Manen年 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: Recent presentation by Professor Valentina Zharkova: The Solar Magnet Field and the Terrestrial Climate: 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.

  91. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    Freddy van Manen grindupBaker + Freddy van Manen "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". Because the surface temperature of Greenland and the North Atlantic region isn't the same as the Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) and it doesn't change the same, not even close. 126,000 to 122,000 years ago when Earth's Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) was 0.5 degrees higher than now the surface of the Greenland ice sheet (GIS) was 5-8 degrees higher than now (from a Greenland ice core proxy like you reference) so it's 10-16x as much for Greenland so when Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) becomes 1.0 degrees higher than now the surface of the Greenland ice sheet (GIS) will be 10-16 degrees higher than now. It's massive. I'm sure it'll actually be a bit less like 7-12 degrees higher than now for the first few hundred years but it's still massive. That's why half the ice is now already guaranteed to be gone off Greenland in the next 300-700 years with no more warming at all. It happened before in the same situation and it'll happen again. That's why. Boy was that ever an easy one.

  92. grindupBaker

    grindupBaker10 ヶ月 前

    + Freddy van Manen "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". Because the surface temperature of Greenland and the North Atlantic region isn't the same as the Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) and it doesn't change the same, no even close. That's why. Boy was that ever an easy one.

  93. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 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.

  94. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 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%.

  95. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 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.

  96. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 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.

  97. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 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.

  98. OwlNation Legal

    OwlNation Legal年 前

    I'm just an evidence based idiot and math/graphs are pretty clear. You said "(sic) IF they are mobilised and resolved...." and that's a big near zero. It is my belief only by speaking the harsh truth and scaring the crap out of children and adults alike is there any hope. Its less than a 1% chance, but not zero. Try this; infants won't see age 10, kids won't see age 25 amd Mils won't see 50. Or this; "When Soviets were starving first the pets disappeared, then their children indicating you should fatten up your kids for the coming famine; its just like money in the bank." Then there's the Steven Hawkings video at accorddeparis (0rg) and science page at 911247365 (c0m) and a personal fav googlegreenteam (c0m) etc. All designed to maje ppl puke and run away screaming since the math of terror is most will shrink into denial and they are near useless anyway, but a few will act with passion amd that's all the hope humanity has anyway.

  99. Jeff Hiemstra

    Jeff Hiemstra年 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’ ?

  100. James Darling

    James Darling8 ヶ月 前

    The sea ice grows in the winter and shrinks in the summer. The annual minimum has shrunk by 75% to what the annual minimum average was in the 20th century. When there is a blue ocean event for the first time, it will probably only last for a few days before ice starts to form again. Once it happens though, the blue ocean state will last for a longer period of time with each consecutive season, finally reaching an equilibrium of no ice year round about 10 years after the initial no ice for a few days in September. Look at the image at the top of the report. Multi-year ice is ice that survives the summer. Pretty soon, (any season now) there will be no ice that survives the summer.

  101. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 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.

  102. Rich Diana

    Rich Diana年 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.

  103. Ruth Anthony-Gardner

    Ruth Anthony-Gardner8 ヶ月 前

    Fossil fuel civilization is doomed, it's self-limiting. But we could reinvent our society to face truth and work together cooperatively along Partnership Culture lines.

  104. Richard Pauli

    Richard Pauli年 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.

  105. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 前

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

  106. William Robinson

    William Robinson年 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.

  107. Nick Hill

    Nick Hill6 ヶ月 前

    Go on then: we're all watching...…..

  108. Martha Ball

    Martha Ball年 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’. “Human Caused Global Warming”, 'The Biggest Deception in History’.

  109. Kevin Hester

    Kevin Hester年 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

  110. wailinburnin

    wailinburnin年 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.

  111. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 前

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

  112. Mat Nov

    Mat Nov年 前

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

  113. Daniel J. Lavigne

    Daniel J. Lavigne年 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!

  114. Ryan Harvey

    Ryan Harvey7 ヶ月 前


  115. Ales Hartner

    Ales Hartner年 前

    Prof Dr Guy McPherson

  116. Frank DeLucey

    Frank DeLucey年 前

    Found this

  117. MrMusic1950

    MrMusic1950年 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.

  118. Gavin Harper

    Gavin Harper年 前

    Sedition 101

  119. carolineleiden

    carolineleiden年 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.

  120. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 前

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

  121. A T

    A T年 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

  122. Anthropomorphic facsimile

    Anthropomorphic facsimile年 前

    A T Rex Tillerson

  123. A T

    A T年 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.

  124. LLCool Jay

    LLCool Jay7 ヶ月 前

    nyood mono dude CO2 is opaque to IR radiation. Nothing you say or do will ever change that. You cannot change the laws of nature.

  125. LLCool Jay

    LLCool Jay7 ヶ月 前

    Actually if we get enough warming, clouds disappear completely from the earth. No clouds means no rain means no rainbows.

  126. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 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.

  127. Bad Robot

    Bad Robot年 前

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

  128. Donald McCarthy

    Donald McCarthy年 前

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

  129. Dick Hamilton

    Dick Hamilton年 前

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

  130. liefhebber179

    liefhebber179年 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.

  131. LLCool Jay

    LLCool Jay7 ヶ月 前

    liefhebber179 cool planet won’t help when it’s all irradiated

  132. Carol Isaac

    Carol Isaac年 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. .

  133. Ruth Anthony-Gardner

    Ruth Anthony-Gardner8 ヶ月 前

    I can't imagine it will take us 30 years to collectively grasp how positive climate feedbacks work, and realize "game over". I forsee collective madness in a decade, just after it's too late.

  134. Anthropomorphic facsimile

    Anthropomorphic facsimile年 前

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

  135. 1000frolly PhD

    1000frolly PhD年 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.

  136. nyood mono

    nyood mono11 ヶ月 前

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