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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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>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.
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>An earth system model shows self-sustained melting of permafrost even if all man-made GHG emissions stop in 2020



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>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.


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В ожидании 2021 года.

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

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source: moya jopa

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>We’ve lost more than 70% of the total Arctic Ice in just 40 years
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>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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>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.
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>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

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Теперь будут яблони цвести?

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>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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>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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>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.


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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

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>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.

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