[Rushtalk] Can anyone doubt that climate change is a religion after reading this??
blueoval57 at verizon.net
Mon Mar 11 15:07:29 MDT 2019
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On 3/11/2019 2:44 PM, Tom Matiska wrote:
> When someone in California mentions man made change I think of the
> shrinking Mono Lake or the once wet Owens Valley. I'll know they're
> serious when they stop diverting water from the haves to have nots and
> returns those areas to their natural state.
> On Monday, March 11, 2019, 11:39:07 AM EDT, Carl Spitzer
> <cwsiv at juno.com> wrote:
> *Catastrophe for California Seen if Climate Change Goes Unchecked*
> *Posted by Alexander Nguyen
> <https://timesofsandiego.com/author/alexander-nguyen/> on August 27,
> 2018 in Life <https://timesofsandiego.com/category/life/> *
> *The San Diego region’s climate is likely to experience significant
> rises in temperatures, sea level, dryness and conditions that increase
> wildfire potential if climate change is left unchecked according to a
> new state report published Monday*
> *The state’s Fourth California Climate Change Assessment is the first
> since 2012 and details the extreme damage and cost in both money and
> lives climate change in California could cause over the next century.
> It is the state’s first climate assessment with regional reports to
> accompany the main report and includes a report by researchers from
> Scripps Oceanography and San Diego State on the greater San Diego area.*
> *Temperatures in San Diego are expected to increase five-to-10 degrees
> and sea levels are expected to rise roughly three feet or higher by
> 2100. Researchers also expect precipitation events to increase in
> volatility, with longer durations of drought culminating in more
> violent precipitous activity.*
> *“In California, facts and science still matter,” Gov. Jerry Brown
> said on Twitter. “These findings are profoundly serious and will
> continue to guide us as we confront the apocalyptic threat of
> irreversible climate change.”*
> *The most devastating result of increased climate volatility could be
> an increase in large catastrophic fires according to the assessment.
> General risk of wildfires is likely to increase as the climate warms,
> but increases in the frequency of Santa Ana wind events and drier
> autumns are likely to exacerbate the already higher risk of wildfire
> *Wildfire damage caused $12.6 billion in insured losses and killed 60
> people in 2017 according to state Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones.
> The report found that the average area burned across the state by
> wildfires could increase by 77 percent by 2100.*
> *“Climate change poses a significant threat to all of us,” Jones said.
> “The Fourth Assessment has brought together key leaders, experts,
> agencies, and stakeholders throughout the state to understand the
> evolving impacts of climate change and potential actions that can
> protect Californians.”*
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