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Gulf Stream Hits Its Weakest Point in 1,000 Years
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Gulf Stream Hits Its Weakest Point in 1,000 Years

https://sputniknews.com/science/20210227...arch-says/


Researchers have long pointed out that degradation of the oceanic current, a crucial weather-shaping factor in large swathes of the US and Europe, will have a slew of implications, including extreme meteorological events.

A group of scientists from Ireland, Britain and Germany have presented new research suggesting that the Gulf Stream, an Atlantic Ocean current that plays a role in shaping weather patterns across Europe and the US, particularly along the US East Coast, has reached its weakest point in the past 1,000 years.


The shift in the current’s circulation, with the weakening formally referred to as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), can be largely explained with one crucial – manmade - factor, the researchers stated: climate change...




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Gulf Stream is weakest it's been in more than 1,000 years, study says

https://news.yahoo.com/gulf-stream-weake...52012.html
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The real-life Day After Tomorrow! What would happen in the US if the Gulf Stream stopped?

Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is an ocean current
It redistributes warm water throughout our planet's oceans
This also moves warm water from Gulf of Mexico to the North Atlantic
However, a new study finds it is weakening, which would disrupt our climate
Sea levels along the east coast could rise if AMOC slows and comes to a halt
Analysis of its strength shows it has weakened dramatically since the 1950s

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/...hange.html


'As the current slows down, this effect weakens and more water can pile up at the US east coast, leading to an enhanced sea level rise.'

The AMOC was the plot of the 2004 film 'The Day After Tomorrow,' which depicted the current coming to an abrupt stop and triggered catastrophic storms worldwide.
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Scientists see stronger evidence of slowing Atlantic Ocean circulation, an ‘Achilles’ heel’ of the climate

The Atlantic meridional overturning circulation, a system of currents, is weaker than it has been in 1,000 years

https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-e...lf-stream/


A growing body of evidence suggests that a massive change is underway in the sensitive circulation system of the Atlantic Ocean, a group of scientists said Thursday.
The Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC), a system of currents that includes the Florida Current and the Gulf Stream, is now “in its weakest state in over a millennium,” these experts say. This has implications for everything from the climate of Europe to the rates of sea-level rise along the U.S. East Coast.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-27-2021 11:51 PM)
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41561-0...iknews.com

The study was published in Nature Geoscience by scientists from the Potsdam Institute, Ireland’s Maynooth University and University College London.
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The AMOC is driven by two vital components of ocean water: temperature and salt. In the North Atlantic, warm, salty water flows northward off the U.S. coastline, carrying heat from the tropics. But as it reaches the middle latitudes, it cools, and around Greenland, the cooling and the saltiness create enough density that the water begins to sink deep beneath the surface.

The water then swings back southward and travels all the way to the Southern Hemisphere, submerged, where it makes its way to the Antarctic as part of a global system of ocean currents. The entire system is known as the ocean’s thermohaline circulation (“thermo” meaning heat and “haline,” salt), and it plays many critical roles in the climate. It is also referred to as the global ocean conveyor belt, because it redistributes heat worldwide.

In the North Atlantic, most important is the transport of heat northward, which has a moderating effect on Europe’s climate in particular. But the circulation can be weakened by making northern water more fresh and less salty, and therefore less dense. That’s what climate change — through a combination of more rain and snow, more melting of Arctic sea ice, and huge freshwater pulses from Greenland — is thought to be doing.

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Atlantic Ocean circulation at weakest in a millennium, say scientists

Decline in system underpinning Gulf Stream could lead to more extreme weather in Europe and higher sea levels on US east coast

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/...scientists

The Atlantic Ocean circulation that underpins the Gulf Stream, the weather system that brings warm and mild weather to Europe, is at its weakest in more than a millennium, and climate breakdown is the probable cause, according to new data.

Further weakening of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) could result in more storms battering the UK, more intense winters and an increase in damaging heatwaves and droughts across Europe.
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Texas winter 2021 was a clear warning...
of what will to come
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It looks like this could improve the climate in the PNW.

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BeelzeBob  Wrote: (02-28-2021 12:44 AM)
It looks like this could improve the climate in the PNW.

Yep, sounds good to me..
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Gulf Stream Hits Its Weakest Point in 1,000 Years

https://sputniknews.com/science/20210227...arch-says/


Researchers have long pointed out that degradation of the oceanic current, a crucial weather-shaping factor in large swathes of the US and Europe, will have a slew of implications, including extreme meteorological events.

A group of scientists from Ireland, Britain and Germany have presented new research suggesting that the Gulf Stream, an Atlantic Ocean current that plays a role in shaping weather patterns across Europe and the US, particularly along the US East Coast, has reached its weakest point in the past 1,000 years.


The shift in the current’s circulation, with the weakening formally referred to as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), can be largely explained with one crucial – manmade - factor, the researchers stated: climate change...




SO....IT IS HAPPENING

What a crock of bullsh!t. 1,000 years ago mankind didn't cause this, nor any other time that can be studied. Dumbf#cks In powerful positions, think they can guilt humanity, into baskets, full of voluntary caskets. These Filth of Humankind are guilty for trying to hold this back. Your man made Catastophism is ridiculous. It's NATURE, it's STELLAR, and Cosmological. It's also unstoppable. It the Magnetic Judgement to Evil. In short the Kill Shot to Suicidal Endevors, is coming on like a neutron bomb. It will entertain the world, with great tragedy, driven my psychos that wish to see the world burned, and heaven on fire.
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RE: Gulf Stream Hits Its Weakest Point in 1,000 Years
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Gulf Stream Hits Its Weakest Point in 1,000 Years

https://sputniknews.com/science/20210227...arch-says/


Researchers have long pointed out that degradation of the oceanic current, a crucial weather-shaping factor in large swathes of the US and Europe, will have a slew of implications, including extreme meteorological events.

A group of scientists from Ireland, Britain and Germany have presented new research suggesting that the Gulf Stream, an Atlantic Ocean current that plays a role in shaping weather patterns across Europe and the US, particularly along the US East Coast, has reached its weakest point in the past 1,000 years.


The shift in the current’s circulation, with the weakening formally referred to as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), can be largely explained with one crucial – manmade - factor, the researchers stated: climate change...




SO....IT IS HAPPENING

What a crock of bullsh!t. 1,000 years ago mankind didn't cause this, nor any other time that can be studied. Dumbf#cks In powerful positions, think they can guilt humanity, into baskets, full of voluntary caskets. These Filth of Humankind are guilty for trying to hold this back. Your man made Catastophism is ridiculous. It's NATURE, it's STELLAR, and Cosmological. It's also unstoppable. It the Magnetic Judgement to Evil. In short the Kill Shot to Suicidal Endevors, is coming on like a neutron bomb. It will entertain the world, with great tragedy, driven my psychos that wish to see the world burned, and heaven on fire.

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RE: Gulf Stream Hits Its Weakest Point in 1,000 Years
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-27-2021 11:49 PM)
Gulf Stream Hits Its Weakest Point in 1,000 Years

https://sputniknews.com/science/20210227...arch-says/


Researchers have long pointed out that degradation of the oceanic current, a crucial weather-shaping factor in large swathes of the US and Europe, will have a slew of implications, including extreme meteorological events.

A group of scientists from Ireland, Britain and Germany have presented new research suggesting that the Gulf Stream, an Atlantic Ocean current that plays a role in shaping weather patterns across Europe and the US, particularly along the US East Coast, has reached its weakest point in the past 1,000 years.


The shift in the current’s circulation, with the weakening formally referred to as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), can be largely explained with one crucial – manmade - factor, the researchers stated: climate change...




SO....IT IS HAPPENING

What a crock of bullsh!t. 1,000 years ago mankind didn't cause this, nor any other time that can be studied. Dumbf#cks In powerful positions, think they can guilt humanity, into baskets, full of voluntary caskets. These Filth of Humankind are guilty for trying to hold this back. Your man made Catastophism is ridiculous. It's NATURE, it's STELLAR, and Cosmological. It's also unstoppable. It the Magnetic Judgement to Evil. In short the Kill Shot to Suicidal Endevors, is coming on like a neutron bomb. It will entertain the world, with great tragedy, driven my psychos that wish to see the world burned, and heaven on fire.

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