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3844508 No.12492  
>I see a lot of popular posts about how everyone can’t wait for the “cursed” year 2020 to be over. As if something as arbitrary as a date change is going to solve anything. I think it just goes to show the disillusionment with reality the general population has. The writing is on the wall and I guess hopium is easier than dealing with reality. I really truly believe that 2020 is a wake up call for humanity, and I’m saddened that the overwhelmingly response is: let’s just go back to normal! We are missing an opportunity to face truth and change our ways and the majority simply has no interest. Guess what, not only will 2021 be worse but it will be a gradual decline from here on out, year after year. I believe that we have lived through the peak of global civilization.
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>> No.12496  
>Economically we've been stagnant since 2008 and the only thing keeping the treasury bonds afloat is that no one holding either end of those bonds wants to find out what happens when one end lets go.
>> No.12498  
>An earth system model shows self-sustained melting of permafrost even if all man-made GHG emissions stop in 2020



>> No.12499  


>In the latest sign that the transformation of the Arctic continues full speed ahead, Svalbard hit a record high temperature for November on Wednesday. A station set on the mountain pass of Reindalspasset recorded a high of 49 degrees Fahrenheit (9.4 degrees Celsius). That is, to put it lightly, extremely not normal and very bad.
>If it were an isolated event, it wouldn’t be cause for alarm. But this year, it’s adding to a cacophony of warnings. Bizarre heat turned large swaths of the Siberian Arctic into a blazing tinderbox that sent a record glug of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Sea ice shrunk to its second-lowest level on record while its volume bottomed at its lowest levels turns up the volume just a tiny bit. The tundra literally exploded because it was too damn hot.
>Put simply, this is what a climate emergency looks like. The Arctic is the fastest-changing place on the planet. As Dana Nuccitelli put it in Yale Climate Connections, we’re watching a “veritable suicide pact” play out in real-time.


>> No.12500  
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>> No.12501  

В ожидании 2021 года.

>> No.12502  

«На самом деле, уходящий год был хорошим. Скоро сами убедитесь.»

>> No.12503  

source: moya jopa

>> No.12504  
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>We’ve lost more than 70% of the total Arctic Ice in just 40 years
>> No.12505  
>The head of the World Food Program says the Nobel Peace Prize has given the U.N. agency a spotlight and megaphone to warn world leaders that next year is going to be worse than this year, and without billions of dollars “we are going to have famines of biblical proportions in 2021.”


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>> No.12507  


>At this point I think it’s clear that we are locking into a new climate regime in Siberia. As a weather forecaster we observe climate patterns that lock in for a few months, that’s why we are slow to declare long term/ permanent shifts. This is different. Dominoes are falling.
>> No.12508  


>12 million Americans set to lose unemployment benefits the day after Christmas

Merry Fucking Christmas, Happy Holidays

>> No.12509  

Whilst it is really shit, it’s also an amazing time to be alive, not many get to witness the end of an era, the end of of things as we know it, the end. Appreciate it

>> No.12510  

Теперь будут яблони цвести?

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>> No.12521  


>A few degrees of warming in the Arctic could trigger an abrupt thaw of the permafrost that makes up two-thirds of Russia’s landmass and a subsequent climate change feedback loop, according to a new study based on ancient warming episodes.
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>> No.12529  
>1 in 4 Americans are jobless or earning poverty-level wages, new study finds


>> No.12538  
>People who recover from Covid-19 can be reinfected with new strain, study shows
>The viral RNA from the positive retest was clustered into a subgroup distinct from that of the initial infection, suggesting that there was a reinfection of Sars-CoV-2 with a subtype that was different from that of the primary strain


RIP коллективный иммунитет. Возможно, вакцины тоже RIP (но это не точно)

Всё идёт к тому, что коронавирус это новая норма и он будет возвращаться каждый сезон как грипп. БЖСЭ

>> No.12539  
>One in five countries are at risk of their ecosystems collapsing, threatening more than half of global GDP (US$42 trillion, or £32 trillion), according to recent research.



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>> No.12541  
>The amount of fresh water available for each person has plunged by a fifth in 20 years, with 3 billion people now affected by water shortages.


>> No.12543  
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a few round table oligarchs deciding how to reframe society globally with no say or representation for the 8 billion common people

>> No.12544  


>Nearly 500 million people will be living in areas that would witness lethal heatwaves. The likelihood of a more-than 10% decline in yields of four top crops, including rice and wheat, will grow from 12% today to 39% by then. The scale of damage to infrastructure, etc from annual floods increases five-fold from today’s levels, while cities like Kochi, Kozhikode, Mumbai, Pune will see a significant increase in the extreme precipitation events—something that has become clear with the devastating floods in certain reaches of Kerala over the recent years. Oceanic warming will threaten millions of livelihoods in the coastal areas even as water stress in certain areas of the country makes these practicably unlivable.
>> No.12545  

I swear, getting people to recognize our reality is like trying to shake a drunk sailor awake on a sinking ship; you are unlikely to wake them, if you do they are unlikely to cooperate in their own rescue, you are very likely to get hurt... and the ship will sink anyway.

Leave them on the deck and find a life raft full of sober people.

>> No.12546  
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Теперь даже в арктике будут https://www.wired.com/story/beautiful-yet-unnerving-photos-of-the-arctic-getting-greener/

>> No.12547  

Причём там положительная обратная связь, вызывающая нелинейный рост: чем больше зелени, тем ниже альбедо, чем ниже альбедо, тем больше зелени.

>> No.12549  
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Это какое-то новое явление, связанное с кукурузным вирусом?
Видел еще раньше на VICE репортаж о групке автивистов, которая проникала в пустующие люксусные-хуюксусные резиденции и организовывала там убежище, чтобы бездомным было где ютиться.
Не особо понимаю что там сейчас происходит - даже если income у людей сильно упал из-за пландемии, все же еще есть кредиты, которые государство может регулировать, разве нет?
Или как всегда из множества людей, которые потеряли работу из-за томоковируса, остались те, на которых не хватило?

>> No.12550  

Высокая безработица >>12529 и недавно отменили выплаты >>12508

Вирус вызвал сокращение рабочих мест и банкротство малого бизнеса.

>> No.12551  

К слову о безработице,

>Jobless claims: Another 712,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims last week
>last week


>> No.12552  
  • Why don't you try being more positive?
  • Ok. I'm positive we're doomed.
>> No.12553  

I think this is going to be worst than the Great Depression for a few reasons:

1.) A recession was coming anyway- I was worried in Fall 2019 that we would be entering one- as they are often cyclical and come every 8-10 years. Covid-19's emergence has resulted in compounding economic effects.

2.) For the average Westerner, there wasn't a full recovery from the Great Recession or Global Financial Crisis. This is further divide along racial, gender, and class lines. E.G. the average African American family lost half their wealth during this crisis and most never recovered. Thanks Obama!

3.) The mechanisms by which the Fed, White House, European Central Bank, Exchequer, etc. - basically any institution deals with monetary and financial policy have been exhausted. They've pushed all the levers and pulled out all the stops. I guess it'll be Quantitative Easing ad infinitum and negative interest rates?

4.) Overarching systemic trends are converging and diverging at an accelerating clip (What's the magic phrase, audience? Faster Than Expected!). Automation and A.I., globalization and conglomeration, etc. are destroying the wealth and safety net of ordinary citizens who are competing for fewer and fewer jobs that pay less and less.

5.) Covid-19 has affected almost all sectors of the economy contra 2008 where the contagion started in real estate and banking. There is some definite hysteresis baked into the system with negative feedback (simple example: people lose their jobs, don't have money to buy goods, which leads to businesses firing or closing down, which leads to people losing their jobs which leads to...)

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>> No.12556  
>UN: "2021 is literally going to be catastrophic"


>> No.12567  

Есть подкаст-овервью об этом.

>> No.12572  
>Winter Covid surge is the ‘worst event that this country will face,’ White House health advisor Birx says
>This is not just the worst public health event. This is the worst event that this country will face, not just from a public health side,” Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, said during a masked appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
>The Covid-19 pandemic is killing record numbers of Americans on a daily basis, and the numbers are expected to worsen as a result of gatherings held for the Thanksgiving holiday.


>> No.12573  

Это репетиция. До конца декабря действует мораторий на выселение, дальше начнётся жесть:

>Starting Jan. 1, 2021, landlords will once again be able to legally evict tenants for failure to pay rent. Dec. 31 is the last day of protection from evictions and from a handful of other coronavirus relief measures that will expire on Dec. 31
>The National Low Income Housing Coalition estimates as many as 19 million people in 6.7 million households are at risk of being evicted when the calendar flips to 2021.
>> No.12576  
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предыстория https://www.npr.org/2020/06/14/876584284/fired-florida-data-scientist-launches-a-coronavirus-dashboard-of-her-own

после увольнения из департамента здравоохранения за отказ от манипуляции статистикой по ковиду она подняла свой сайт со статистикой. Сегодня к ней ворвалась полиция

>> No.12577  

"FDLE began an investigation November 10, 2020 after receiving a complaint from the Department of Health regarding unauthorized access to a Department of Health messaging system which is part of an emergency alert system, to be used for emergencies only," Plessinger said.

On Nov. 10, someone used the DofE Management’s internal notification system to send out an alert. The alert read: “It’s time to speak up before another 17,00 people are dead. You know this is wrong. You don’t have to be a part of this. Be a hero. Speak out before it’s too late.”

Someone used the same username and password that they give to every user and never change. At least 1750 people use the same username and password for this system.

>> No.12578  
>Late last month, China announced its intentions of building what could be its biggest hydropower project, potentially generating three times more energy than the Three Gorges project, the current largest such project in the world.
>Analysts warn that such a race could spin out of control, with repercussions not just for both but also Bangladesh, where the water also flows through


>> No.12579  
>Millions of hungry Americans turn to food banks for 1st time


>> No.12580  
>A blood test has been developed that can predict whether Covid patients will need intensive care - or are even likely to survive - shortly after they develop symptoms.


This can be used to avoid wasting a hospital bed on a patient who is just going to die anyway

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Qu’ils mangent de la brioche

>> No.12585  

This Video Will Age Terribly


>> No.12589  
>COVID-19 hits crisis levels, and 'we haven't hit Thanksgiving surge yet'


>A growing chorus of medical experts say hospitals and states must prepare to shift to crisis-care mode, a designation with standards for hospitals to navigate life-and-death decisions when they become overwhelmed. Crisis standards mean hospitals with too many patients and not enough staff likely will need to triage patients, prioritizing care to those mostly likely to benefit when demand outstrips resources.


>> No.12591  
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Больше графиков: https://sites.uci.edu/zlabe/arctic-sea-ice-figures/

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>> No.12595  
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>Over 250 Scientists and Scholars Warn of Full-Fledged 'Societal Collapse'


>> No.12596  
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>U.S. Poised for Wave of Evictions in January as Federal Ban Expires
>Between 2.4 million and 5 million American households are at risk in January alone


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>> No.12607  
>Low-income nations could be without a coronavirus vaccine until 2024



>> No.12608  
>The cutoff of federal supplemental unemployment benefits in July has driven eight million Americans into poverty in the ensuing five months, according to a study published Wednesday by the University of Chicago and the University of Notre Dame.


>> No.12609  
>U.K.’s Hancock Says New Covid Mutation Is ‘Out of Control’


>nations ban UK flights


>> No.12610  
>All these people saying they can’t wait for 2020 to be over need to be careful what they wish for
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>> No.12612  
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>> No.12617  
>Millennials Control Just 4.6 Percent of US Wealth


Сразу вспоминается https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S195dc3-8D8

>> No.12618  
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>> No.12620  
>COVID-19 will be 'with us for the next 10 years', warns vaccine chief


>> No.12621  
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К слову об изменении климата https://www.cbsnews.com/news/climate-change-rising-sea-levels-worst-case-projections/

>> No.12624  
>Millions face eviction, poverty as unemployment benefits expire while COVID-19 relief bill in limbo


>> No.12625  

Какой смысл уже в графиках, и так всё ясно. Вечная мерзлота оттаивает и вовсю пердит метаном. Пересаживаться на Теслу нужно было 50 лет назад, а теперь остаётся фтыкать как есть, запасаться тушенкой, патронами и наслаждаться предсмертными судорогами вусмерть запотреблядизированого общества. Всё как новерьки любят.

>> No.12626  
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А если этого будет мало, через 40 лет конец тропическим лесам Амазонки, а к концу века кислотность океана повысится на 150% что нанесёт непоправимый ущерб морской флоре и фауне. Но ничего, как только проклятый 2020й закончится, уже следующий год будет лучше!




>> No.12627  
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Соя сама себя не вырастет, бычки сами себя не откормят, а что там будет через 40 лет, 65-и летний пикрелейд не колышет. Тут самому бы через 40 лет не отъехать, надеюсь к тому времени допилят сингулярность, чтоб и дальше наблюдать за этим цирком, подгрузившись в нейросеть.

>> No.12628  
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Так это будет не единомоментное событие, успеем насмотреться на всякое. На мой взгляд пикрелейтед — символ новой эпохи

>> No.12629  


>> No.12630  
>As the world turned its eyes to a dire pandemic, another global catastrophe was not-so-quietly gaining steam: Climate change has been simmering since the Industrial Revolution, but 2020 was a year that really drove home how fast it's accelerating.


>> No.12632  


>The massive Thwaites glacier, one of the biggest on the coldest continent, is sliding into the sea, thanks to rivers of warm water that are lubricating its base.
>This is bad news, because the glacier is truly gigantic; if the entire hunk of ice were to fall into the ocean, sea levels could rise a whopping 25 inches (63.5 centimeters)

Хаха, на пизда.

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>> No.12637  

Разница только в том, что даже осознавая глубину грядущего пиздеца, поколения, на которые придется самая писечка, сделать могут ровным счетом НИ-ХУ-Я, шлюпок-ТОНЕТ. Ну разе только всем селиться подальше от лесов, океанов и делать два раза КУ, в надежде, что не настигнет. Я вот думаю угореть по солар-панку и хюгель-культуре, чтоб выйти на само-обеспечение при случае.

>> No.12638  

Планирую через два года offgrid-нуться, пока коплю деньги и собираю информацию. Раньше казалось, что успею

>> No.12639  

Новая, устойчивая к лекарствам форма малярии https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/a-new-strain-of-drug-resistant-malaria-has-sprung-up-in-africa/

>> No.12640  
>British scientists worried vaccines may not work on South African coronavirus


>> No.12641  

Шлюпки-то есть, только их потом никто не подберёт:

>думаю угореть по солар-панку и хюгель-культуре, чтоб выйти на само-обеспечение при случае.
>Планирую через два года offgrid-нуться
>> No.12642  
>The Mutated Virus Is a Ticking Time Bomb
>There is much we don’t know about the new COVID-19 variant—but everything we know so far suggests a huge danger.


>> No.12643  
>Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King sees risk of another global financial crisis


Риск слишком мягкое слово. В текущих реалиях финансовый кризис неизбежен.

>> No.12644  
>Ambulance crews in LA told not to transport patients who have little chance of survival


>> No.12645  
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<= a picture of a nurse wearing her full scrubs, sitting on the floor in the corner of the unit, in shock at what was happening

>Egypt: Entire ICU ward dies after oxygen supply fails


>> No.12646  
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2021 начало

>> No.12653  


>Scientists have quantified a dramatic biodiversity collapse of up to 95 per cent of native species in the Eastern Mediterranean. Global warming has led to an increase in sea temperatures beyond those temperatures that Mediterranean species can sustain.


>Severe climate-driven loss of native molluscs reported off Israel’s coast


>> No.12655  


>People Want College-Educated Sperm

Lmao. What's next ? People want 140 IQ Sperm ?

>Our Babies Cost $136 Each

Muh murica

>> No.12656  



Я удивлен тем что отсутствуют такие критерии.

>> No.12657  

ps. если ты про формулировку, то там еще говориться о smart s\d{3}m .

>> No.12659  
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Экология пойдёт по пизде всего за 10 лет https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2189-9

При незначительном повышении температуры вымирают экосистемы >>12653 что ведёт уже к значительным изменениям

>> No.12660  


>> No.12665  
>Moderna CEO says the world will have to live with Covid ‘forever’


>> No.12666  
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>The death rate for Nipah ranges from 40% up to 75%
>The disease's long incubation period (reportedly as long as 45 days, in one case) means there is ample opportunity for an infected host, unaware they are even ill, to spread it.


>> No.12667  

По рассчётам BOE (Blue Ocean Event) уже в сентябре 2023

Двигаемся с опережением, лол

>> No.12668  

Как-то так: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2013/09/rising-seas-ice-melt-new-shoreline-maps/

>> No.12669  


>> No.12686  
>The world's oceans absorbed 20 sextillion joules of heat due to climate change in 2020 and warmed to record levels
>is equivalent to the energy from 10 Hiroshima atomic bombs being released every second of the year.
>"We've already dialled in what we're going to see over the next 20, 30, 40 years.
>"Corals live within a really small temperature range," Dr Sloyan said.
>"Once we exceed those temperature ranges – and if we exceed them for long periods of times – we have significant coral bleaching."


>> No.12693  
>New COVID-19 Variant Defeats Plasma Treatment, May Reduce Vaccine Efficacy


>> No.12696  

Новые варианты, с улучшающенной способностью к распространению, появляются тут и там:

>Two independent research groups said they stumbled upon the new strain while looking for signs that a highly transmissible variant from the United Kingdom had established itself here. Instead, they found a new branch of the virus’ family tree — one whose sudden rise and distinctive mutations have made it a prime suspect in California’s vicious holiday surge.
>In addition, the strain’s sudden prominence among viral samples in Northern California could be due in part to its role in an unusually large outbreak at Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center that infected at least 77 staffers and 15 patients, and resulted in one employee death.
>“It seemed to spread quite fast,” said Dr. Sara Cody, the health officer for Santa Clara County, where the hospital is located.


>> No.12697  
>Rate of loss now in line with worst-case scenarios of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change


>> No.12700  
>8 million Americans have fallen into poverty as government benefits lapse


>> No.12701  
>The coronavirus may remain in people’s brains after infection and trigger relapses in patients who thought they had recovered, according to a new study

“The brain is one of the regions where virus likes to hide,” Mukesh Kumar, the lead study author and a researcher at Georgia State University, said in a statement.

“That’s why we’re seeing severe disease and all these multiple symptoms like heart disease, stroke and all these long-haulers with loss of smell, loss of taste,” he said. “All of this has to do with the brain rather than with the lungs.”

COVID-19 survivors whose infections reached their brain could also become susceptible to other serious medical conditions in the future, such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, cognitive decline and autoimmune diseases, he added.

“It’s scary,” he said. “A lot of people think they got COVID and they recovered and now they’re out of the woods. Now I feel like that’s never going to be true. You may never be out of the woods.”


>> No.12707  
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И улучшенной летальностью

>new data indicate B.1.1.7 may be 30 percent more fatal.


>> No.12709  

И may be здесь не в лучшую сторону

>The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine said it could be 1.35 times more deadly, Imperial College London said it was between 1.36, or 1.29 (depending on the method used), and the University of Exeter found it may be 1.91 times more deadly.
>> No.12716  
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>New research suggests projections of future warming may be too conservative | "The negative impacts will arrive faster and also be greater than expected"
>temperature tipping point of the terrestrial biosphere lies not at the end of the century or beyond, but within the next 20 to 30 years
>About 50 percent of the terrestrial biosphere will reach temperatures above the threshold that limits photosynthesis by mid-century
>past a certain level of warming, the efficiency of this carbon sink starts to fall, both because the amount of photosynthesis levels off and then declines, and because respiration (carbon loss) accelerates.
>At higher temperatures, respiration rates continue to rise in contrast to sharply declining rates of photosynthesis. And their eye-widening conclusion is that “Under business-as-usual emissions, this divergence elicits a near halving of the land sink strength by as early as 2040”.


>> No.12717  

Арктика всё. Таять, конечно, будет ещё не один год, но процесс уже необратим.


В >>12667 высказывается 2023, по более консервативным прогнозам к 2025

>> No.12718  

В статье, впрочем, указывается "within 30 years" но это уж совсем оптимистично

>> No.12719  


>> No.12727  
>The Antarctic ice sheet is not melting in the linear way our climate models predicted it would. Instead, a more detailed model shows that while the rate of ice loss in the South Pole is rapidly accelerating, there are bumps of snowfall and brief reprieves from melt along the way.
>In recent years, ice melt in the southern hemisphere has begun to speed up at an alarming rate, on track with our worst-case scenarios. Since 2012, recent research reveals the rate of ice loss in Antarctica has tripled compared to the two decades before.
>As this vast land of ice grows ever more unstable, experts worry the rate of melt will accelerate even more due to positive feedback events. Over half the ice shelves holding up the Antarctic ice sheet are already nearing collapse.
>If the world warms by 3 degrees Celsius, some models suggest melting ice in Antarctica could lift the oceans by 6.5 metres, displacing millions of people and sinking numerous coastal cities.


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> is not melting in the linear way our climate models predicted it would
>> No.12731  
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>US admiral warns of ‘real possibility’ of nuclear war with Russia, China
>“Consequently, the U.S. military must shift its principal assumption from ‘nuclear employment is not possible’ to ‘nuclear employment is a very real possibility,’ and act to meet and deter that reality.”


>> No.12732  
>Тред ожидания 2021 года

Шёл 14й месяц 2020го года

>> No.12733  



А мог бы просто гринтекстом написать.

>> No.12734  


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>> No.12736  

67 декабря на самом деле.

>> No.12738  
>Himalayan glacier breaks in India, around 125 missing in floods


Последствия потепления становятся видны невооружённым взглядом

>> No.12739  
>Mutated virus may reinfect people already stricken once with covid-19
>In the placebo group of the trial for Novavax’s vaccine, people with prior coronavirus infections appeared just as likely to get sick as people without them, meaning they weren’t fully protected against the B.1.351 variant that has swiftly become dominant in South Africa.
>“The data really are quite suggestive: The level of immunity that you get from natural infection — either the degree of immunity, the intensity of the immunity or the breadth of immunity — is obviously not enough to protect against infection with the mutant,” Fauci said.


Мутации коронавируса вызывают повторное заражение у переболевших, достичь коллективного иммунитета можно только через вакцинацию

>> No.12746  
>Rising global temperatures are causing frozen Arctic soil— permafrost—in the northern hemisphere to thaw and release CO2 that has been stored within it for thousands of years. The amount of carbon stored in permafrost is estimated to be four times greater than the combined amount of CO2 emitted by modern humans.
>"Frozen soil has a high oxygen content, which keeps iron minerals stable and allows carbon to bind to them. But as soon as the ice melts and turns to water, oxygen levels drop and the iron becomes unstable. At the same time, the melted ice permits access to bacteria. As a whole, this is what releases stored carbon as CO2," explains Müller.


>> No.12748  
>Climate change has accelerated dramatically recently, leaving species little time to adapt — one reason Earth is experiencing the beginning of what is often referred to as the sixth major extinction, said University of Hawaii evolutionary biologist Robert Thomson, lead author of the paper.
>“Geologically, it’s likely to look more like a catastrophic meteor strike than one of these things that species slowly adapt to and recover from,” Thomson said.


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>The UK and California variants of coronavirus appear to have combined into a heavily mutated hybrid, sparking concern that we may be entering a new phase of the covid-19 pandemic
>Recombination commonly occurs in coronaviruses because the enzyme that replicates their genome is prone to slipping off the RNA strand it is copying and then rejoining where it left off. If a host cell contains two different coronavirus genomes, the enzyme can repeatedly jump from one to the other, combining different elements of each genome to create a hybrid virus.
>The recent emergence of multiple variants of the new coronavirus may have created the raw material for recombination because people can be infected with two different variants at once.


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>> No.12834  

а я не верю во все эти новости

вот увидишь, что пройдет время и ничего не случится или же всех волшебным образом спасут

и да. не верь реддиту/ycombinator'у/и даже имиджбордам. там нынче просто бесконечный поток одной расово-верной позиции. хотя на реддите всегда так было. плохой форум, нечестный. читал, что в 70 из 500 самых главны

да и журналы эти как правило так или иначе сидят на лапе у CIA/правительства EU через издателей/аффилированные университеты/ или высокопоставленных

мнения разносятся как семечки. и становятся истинно-верными, потому что американскими журналами так сказано.
вон, видел ситуацию с Ariel Pink'ом? Несколько лет назад еще во время #MeToo несколько девушек-фанаток высказалось, как он до них сексуально домогался против их воли. И видео с концертов его непотребного поведения по отношению к девушкам тоже были.
Ничего. В этом году он вышел на ралли к Трампу и его лейбл Mexican че-то там тут же вычеркнул его из своих списков, расторг контракты. Музыкальные СМИ и даже обычные тут же пропели лейблу дифирамбы. В комментариях в твиттере восторг, 2.5к комментариев - убрали НАСТОЯЩЕГО НАЦИСТА! ТАК ЕМУ! Буквально так и пишут - is it okay to support a literal nazi? i applaud your decision. well done!
По-моему, это просто безумие. Человеку разрушили карьеру просто потому что он вышел на ралли к президенту. Какой-то массовый психоз. Так же и насчет климата.

хотя, кто его знает. но я не верю во все эти статьи о потеплении и прочем. хотя потепление *есть*

>> No.12835  
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В этом треде в основном* собраны статьи, не получившие достаточного внимания, но при этом опирающиеся на научные данные. Можешь считать это теорией заговора, однако мир совершенно точно идёт в направлении пизды но никто не хочет об этом говорить. Последствия пока кажутся незначительными, но это экспотенциальная хуйня с множеством обратных связей: когда станет очевидно, времени что-то делать уже не останется. В качестве иллюстрации посмотри на пикрелейтед — начало кажется совершенно незначительным, но потом заполняется целиком всего за пару итераций

  • мусор тоже есть, постить ссылки в тред может кто угодно
>> No.12837  

A fire broke out backstage in a theatre. The clown came out to warn the public; they thought it was a joke and applauded. He repeated it; the acclaim was even greater. I think that's just how the world will come to an end: to general applause from wits who believe it's a joke.

Soren Kierkegaard

>> No.12845  


>> No.12846  


>RIP коллективный иммунитет.

Успешно подтверждено на практике:


>Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro has promoted the idea of letting the pathogen move throughout the population until most people have been infected. He described proposals for a lockdown in Manaus before a crushing second wave of infections hit as “absurd.” And he has downplayed the severity of the crisis, saying that the nation of 211 million has to recognize that death is an inevitability and so Brazilians should stop being “sissies.” The country is currently recording around a quarter of all weekly COVID-19 deaths despite being home to less than 3 percent of the world’s population.
>More severe than the first one, the new wave took Manaus by surprise. Wearing masks and practicing social distancing had been discarded in the belief the city had reached herd immunity. Caseloads surged out of control, and bleak milestones from last year were surpassed. In January alone more than 3,200 excess deaths were logged, Orellana says.
>> No.12847  


>Возможно, вакцины тоже RIP (но это не точно)

Подтверждено, что угроза реальна

>“Overall, the neutralizing activity against B.1.1.7 was essentially unchanged, but significantly lower against B.1.351,” the study said.


>> No.12850  

Какая-то глупая картинка. Во-первых ололо закон мура, бесконечный рост. И тут такой вкатывется > кризис полупроводников
Во-вторых > computer power
А что вы считать-то собрались лалки? chelovek.exe?

>> No.12852  
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Во-первых машину времени угнал какой-то ЛОРовец поэтому никакой прогноз не предполагает гарантий, во-вторых картинка вангует про то, что появится достаточно мощная аппаратная часть, создавая возможность осуществления в принципе. В-третьих, основная суть картинки объяснить суть технологического прогресса, когда чем больше у тебя технологий, тем быстрее с их помощью можно получить новые.

>> No.12853  

Алсо, почитай на досуге https://www.epfl.ch/research/domains/bluebrain/blue-brains-scientific-milestones/

>> No.12876  
>The World Health Organization said Monday the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic is now “growing exponentially,” with more than 4.4 million new Covid-19 cases reported over the last week.
>Maria Van Kerkhove, the agency’s technical lead for Covid-19, said “we’re in a critical point of the pandemic,” as some countries ease restrictions even as new cases per week are more than eight times higher than a year ago.


>> No.12877  
>Stanford University researchers have identified five new cases of a “double mutant” Covid-19 strain that was recently discovered in the San Francisco Bay Area. Doctors suspect it could be more contagious than earlier strains and may be resistant to existing vaccines.
>The new variant originated in India where it’s credited with a recent 55% surge in cases in the state of Maharashtra, home to Mumbai, after months of declining cases.


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>> No.12908  

Теперь ещё и 2022 ждать?

>> No.12909  

Теперь каждый следующий год будет хуже предыдущего.

>> No.12910  

А когда уже этот год будет становиться хуже прошлого? А то мы тут с поцонами ждём обещанного апокалипсиса, гречка тухнет.

>> No.12911  


>> No.12912  
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Ага, помню прошлый год.

>> No.12913  

Я тебе даже завидую. Ты глупый и счастливый, тебе не страшно. А у меня миллионы на счету, но на недвижку всё ещё не хватает. Не успею до того, как оно всё ёбнется - останусь с голой жопой.

>> No.12914  

Кому ты пиздишь, уёбок, будь у тебя миллионы на счету ты бы купил биток и в ус не дул бы.

>> No.12915  

А был бы ты умный, то покупал бы недвижку не там, где на неё миллионов не хватает.

>> No.12916  

Эк у тебя бомбануло от такой мелочи. Аж удивительно.

>> No.12917  

Мелочи? Ты кого глупым назвал, пидор?

>> No.12918  
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Ти смишной, ня <3

>> No.12919  

А ты хамское быдло. Желаю тебе проебать твои миллионы тугриков на лечение рака яиц.

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>> No.12921  

Ну вот, а говорил у меня бомбануло.

>> No.12922  

Только идиоты сейчас станут сливать деньги на биткоины.

>> No.12923  

Несвежая глупость.

>> No.12924  

В рашке что ли? Нет, спасибо.

>> No.12925  

Знал бы ты цены в рашке.

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>New, antibody-resistant coronavirus variant discovered in Texas
>“We do not at present know the full significance of this variant, but it has a combination of mutations similar to other internationally notifiable variants of concern,” Ben Neuman, chief virologist at the university’s Global Health Research Complex, said in a statement.
>He added: “This variant combines genetic markers separately associated with rapid spread, severe disease and high resistance to neutralizing antibodies.”
>Researchers said the student tested positive for the virus for about a month, “indicating the variant may cause a longer lasting infection than is typical of COVID-19 for adults ages 18-24.”


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>> No.12959  

Вот поэтому ты и нищий. Потому что тупой.

>> No.12972  

А ты почему?

>> No.13030  

Эксперты предсказали новую волну мирового экономического кризиса

> Эксперты Центра макроэкономического анализа и краткосрочного прогнозирования (ЦМАКП) ожидают, что следующий этап мирового экономического кризиса придется на 2025–2026 годы. Об этом говорится в докладе центра.
>> No.13033  

Прошлый уже закончился?

>> No.13034  

Это какой прошлый?

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