31 Dec '15, 6pm

#peakoil A powerful cyclone has pushed the North Pole 50 degrees above normal to melting point: A powerful cyc...

JuanP on Thu, 31st Dec 2015 5:50 pm Apnea, As your link points out, we are also having very freakish weather up South. In Uruguay, we went from one of the worst droughts ever to what has already become a record breaking flood spanning a huge chunk of South America. The Uruguay river that separates Uruguay from Argentina is almost 50 feet above the flood line right now. I was reading yesterday in one of my country’s papers that they had to evacuate the animals from a zoo that had never flooded that high in the almost two centuries since the zoo was built. I feel very validated in my decade plus old opinion that Climate Change was going to lead to alternating cycles of megadroughts and mega floods. I have always thought that this drought-flood cycles will keep getting worse, longer, and more intense for the foreseeable future. I believe this will make growing food extremely ...

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