Ocean Heat Hits ALL TIME High

The way I’ve heard it described, is the hydrologic cycle is taking more and more steroids. More heat moving around within the Oceans/atmosphere. and due to the extra heat, the air can hold more water, it’s thirstier – drying out soil, and vegetation, and reducing precipitation in some regions. And when wetter air dumps its water, there is more to dump. Hence, well, when droughts happen they are longer/ worse, and when extreme rainfall/ flood events happen they are larger. Admitting the facts is the first step. Only then can an imperfect, stepwise, phasing out of carbon-intensive energy occur. Fossil fuels were great, but the turd in the punchbowl has been identified, and it’s been decades now since it was time to act purposefully.

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