Imagine +6 Degrees Global Warming

Have you experienced even hotter weather changes on your life? Guess what it is, what you’re doing can exactly warm up the world.


(Here’s a Higurashi pic above)

Is it Hotter in your place right now?

Since it’s seems it is very interesting to me, might as well be Unrelated.


Mark Lynas

I’ve seen this and will be doing a summary report on Six Degrees Could Change the World by Alec Baldwin, which investigates the startling theory that earth’s average temperature could rise six degrees Celsius by the year 2100.

His’ book – Six Degrees: Our Future on a Hotter Planet.

Lynas’ research, scientists have established that the current episode of global warming of about 0.8 degrees Celsius or 1.2 degrees Fahrenheit.

Though it’s rather harsh for us people to disintegrate environment, it’s rather to do a change.


Some scientists are aware on what are the conditions right now, it’s better to prevent than to regret afterwards, we know Mt. Pinatubo erupted on 1991 released sulfur dioxide high into the stratosphere, was the start of the Global Temperature rise.


University of Arizona astronomer Roger Angel has suggested using non-polluting, magnetically-powered vehicles—a concept that NASA is already exploring—to transport trillions of lenses made of silicon nitride film into space and deposit them near inner Lagrange point 1, an area where the combined effect of gravity of the Earth and the Sun would keep them in the same place relative to Earth’s rotation.

The lenses would be about three feet across but incredibly thin, weighing about a gram. Rather than blocking sunlight, they would bend some of it slightly away from Earth, reducing the amount of energy transmitted by about 2 percent.

But before this final horrifying scenario, several things will probably happen. Lynas predicts, “Food shortages will send grain prices soaring; refugees will flee into enemy territories; shrinking water supplies will trigger water wars; oceans will swallow up islands, leaving entire cultures homeless; and civilization will break down.”

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4 Responses to “Imagine +6 Degrees Global Warming”

  1. 1 Kairu Ishimaru Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 11:00 pm

    If you are here in the Philippines, then you have a perfect example of a hot weather.

  2. 2 tflops Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 12:29 am

    @Kairu Ishimaru
    My professor on hath said that to me too. I live around outside the NCR.

  3. 3 steelbound Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 5:53 am

    The more I look at the actual science, the more I believe that human directed global warming is false. I stumbled across a website, here, awhile ago that collects a lot of scientific information that tends to disprove human directed global warming on several fronts. (I’d link to a bunch posts directly but then this probably will get flagged as spam).

    For starters it’s shown that wind patterns are the primary cause in ice lost around Greenland and western Antarctica not global warming (check Oct. 3, 2008).

    That there’s been some tinkering by the people in charge of keeping the temperature record to strengthen the case for global warming by increasing the recent temperatures and lowering older temperatures (check Nov. 14, 2008)

    That Carbon Dioxide levels do not drive climate change historically, instead carbon dioxide levels lag behind changes in ocean temperature. (check Jan. 30, 2009 and Feb. 21,2009) These posts also have a very nice graph showing the cyclical nature of our temperature and that we’ve been just as warm in the past.

    From Jan 6, 2009 there a post that shows America has been cooling at the rate of .78 degrees F per decade or 7.8 degrees F per century using the last 11 years of data. And from a Jan. 18, 2009 post that worldwide since 2003 we’ve been cooling at a rate ranging from 0.96 degrees C/century to 3.6 degrees C/century depending on which method you look at.

    There’s tons of other posts like how stalactite records in New Zealand corroborate other records that prove there was a Middle Ages warm period from 900 – 1100AD and it was warmer then it was today.

    Overall, I come away with the view that differences in how much energy the sun outputs as well as reoccurring cycles accounts for the changing temperatures. It will also be interesting now that we can study how changes from outside the solar system affects our temperatures. I remember another post that showed how radiation bursts from outside the solar system have been tied to short term warm-ups (up to 50 degree increases) in the upper atmosphere.

    And there is a positive aspect to increasing amounts of carbon dioxide, plants grow better and crops yield significantly more food.

  4. 4 ojisan Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    6 degrees hotter + 50 years = Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou

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