3 Gifts For Casual Climate Change Preppers
Sure, climate change might cause crop-threatening droughts and leave us with skyrocketing food prices, but you know what might grow really well in our warming world? Mushrooms! Embrace the trend with a Back to the Roots mushroom kit, which can grow up to 1-1/2 pounds of pearl oyster mushrooms. The indoor kit just requires that growers mist the mushroom twice a day to get full-fledged mushrooms in as little as 10 days. All soil included is made of recycled coffee grounds. If you want to make sure that your friends are equipped with tasty mushrooms when the apocalypse hits, buy the $19.95 kit here.Misguided PBS Spreads Acid Ocean Alarm | Watts Up With That?
However, evidence shows that a high rate of change in ocean alkalinity is natural. A 2011 study by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography found large variations in ocean pH by day, week, and month. Changes in some locations were as high as 0.35 units over the course of a day, higher than computer models are predicting for the next century.More Global Warming Devastation In New Mexico | Real Science
Scuba divers know that reef creatures already experience acidic conditions near CO2 vents in the ocean floor. These vents bubble CO2 gas amidst coral reefs and grassy ocean pastures in millions of locations. Fish and reefs appear to be doing quite well near these CO2 vents.
-8F (-22C) and a winter storm warning.New York Times Spouts Mindless Drivel About Skiing | Real Science
No fact checking permitted at the New York Times. New Hampshire winter temperatures have been declining since 1895. The past winter was the eighth warmest on record, after 1912-1913, 1927-1928, 1932-1933, 1936-1937, 1948-1949, 1952-1953, and 2001-2002Climate Conferences | ICCC-7
The previous winter had record snowfall. CO2 turned the NYT into a newt.
[Lots of video and audio of the May 2012 conference in Chicago is here]