The following are expected impacts of climate change? There can be more than one answer?
increased hurricane generation intensity
increased global ice volume in 2100
increased of 12 degrees celsius in global average temperature by 2050
increased volcanic activity
Higher sea level about 3-5 feet in Boston by 2100
- KayleenRLv 78 months ago
hahaha you are funny
- antarcticiceLv 78 months ago
Deniers like to say nothing has changed they make empty claims about absurd global conspiracies.
The facts are climate change will cause an increase in hurricane activity, in just the last 4 years we have seen a lvl 5 hurricane in the Atlantic each year, this has not happened before (so much for the pretence of no increase)
Ice is expected to decrease (not increase) this is also shown to be happening in current data, the Arctic sea ice is shrinking faster than was first predicted back in the 80’s at currents rates it may be gone in summer by the 2030’s.
Not aware of climate change having any real effect on volcanic activity.
Sea level is also rising current rates have been increasing from 1.7mm a year back in the 90’s to 3.4mm a year now, if that trend continues we are on track for 1-2m by the end of the century.
- samLv 68 months ago
yes>increased hurricane generation intensity
no>increased global ice volume in 2100
no>increased of 12 degrees celsius in global average temperature by 2050
no>increased volcanic activity
yes>Higher sea level about 3-5 feet in Boston by 2100
- DaroLv 78 months ago
Expected by whom?
And dont lets forget the extinction of our beloved Polar Bears.
"The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." (H. L. Mencken.)
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- 8 months ago
It affects every corner of our planet – from the poles to the tropics, and from the mountains to the oceans. People and nature worldwide are already feeling the effects: water supplies are shrinking, extreme weather events increasing in frequency and intensity, forests burning, and coral reefs dying.
- $@!ar W!ndLv 68 months ago
I agree with one point. The Ice sheets will be expanding, crop losses will be devastating, cold, snow and wet weather due to global cooling will become normal.
The Sun, Galactic Cosmic Ray flux, solar and planetary variances and Nature. Mankind cannot over rule any of the above. CO2 does not trap heat and anthropogenic CO2 is about 0.0038 % of the atmosphere, therefore not a factor.
You are supporting the biggest fraud in human history and making multi-millionaires out of scammers.
- JimZLv 78 months ago
The problem with the question is that it assume an all knowing authority knows the answers. You have all sorts of predictions. Impacts of climate change have been removed from science and now enters political realm so the answers are not what is thought by scientists but the maximum threat that the state can get away with. If they predict something too high, they know it will be laughed at so they just try to keep the threat level as high as they think you might swallow. It is the same reason they always claim that we have only 10 years. If they said any less, you might not believe them and if they say more, then you tend to think you have plenty of time. In reality is a political lie designed to make you a believer in their political cause.
Hurricane activity hasn't increased and there is no good scientific reason to think that it going to suddenly behave differently.
Ice volume is based on many factors including precipitation. Eco-fascists want it to be a measure of how bad things and they try to drum it into their followers heads but melting ice has allowed us to live in United States. California was a tundra 15 thousand years ago. This is one you are supposed to say yes to but understand it is propaganda designed to steal your future money and freedom.
Temps have been rising about a degree or two a century. Again, only an idiot would suggest something is going to change that trend.
Volcanoes are not affected by weather and climate.
Sea levels have been rising about a foot a century. Alarmists want to scare people by using numbers as high as 3 to 5 feet but it is based on nothing but their greed and lust for power.
- Climate RealistLv 78 months ago
increased hurricane generation intensity - yes
increased global ice volume in 2100 - no
increased of 12 degrees celsius in global average temperature by 2050 - highly unlikely unless there is a dramatic increase in emissions
increased volcanic activity - no
Higher sea level about 3-5 feet in Boston by 2100 - yes