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Only *28* Weeks Remain to Prep for Your 2018 DoomDud Excuses
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13 ocean-sized cyclones are swirling around Jupiter's north and south poles (which each have a central cyclone as well!)

https://lightsinthedark.com/2018/03/07/s...-cyclones/

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Jupiter’s Poles are Literally Encircled by Cyclones

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If signals from an alien civilization ever reach Earth, odds are the aliens will already be dead

In an effort to update the 1961 Drake Equation, which estimates the number of detectable, intelligent civilizations in the Milky Way, physicist Claudio Grimaldi and colleagues calculated the area of the galaxy that should be filled with alien signals at a given time (SN Online: 11/1/09).

The team, which includes Frank Drake (now a professor emeritus at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, Calif., and the University of California, Santa Cruz), assumed technologically savvy civilizations are born and die at a constant rate. When a civilization dies out and stops broadcasting, the signals it had sent continue traveling like concentric ripples on a pond. Part of the Milky Way should be filled with these ghost signals.

If the civilization lasted less than 100,000 years — the time it takes light to cross the galaxy — then the odds of the signals reaching Earth while the civilization is still broadcasting are vanishingly small, the researchers report February 27 at arXiv.org. Humans, for example, have been transmitting radio waves for only about 80 years, so our radio waves cover less than 0.001 percent of the Milky Way.

“If the civilization emitted from the other side of the galaxy, when the signal arrives here, the civilization will already be gone,” says Grimaldi, of the Federal Polytechnical School of Lausanne in Switzerland.

Surprisingly, the team also calculated that the average number of E.T. signals crossing Earth at a given time should equal the number of civilizations currently transmitting — even if the civilizations we hear from aren’t the same ones presently broadcasting. Grimaldi is now working on a paper about what it means that we’ve found none so far.


https://www.sciencenews.org/article/drak...ilizations
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Hot Times in the Arctic

In late February, a large portion of the Arctic Ocean near the North Pole experienced an alarming string of extremely warm winter days, with the surface temperature exceeding 25 degrees Fahrenheit above normal.

In February, southerly surface winds blew sea ice away from the northern shore of Greenland, causing the largest expanse of open ocean in winter ever recorded by satellites. Similarly, the Bering Sea experienced extreme sea ice retreat this winter. With more open ocean, major wind storms generate large waves that cause damaging coastal erosion, endangering oceanside towns.

The extremely warm Arctic days occurred at about the same time as an atmospheric pattern known as sudden stratospheric warming dominated the Northern Hemisphere. During an S.S.W., the air temperature rapidly rises by at least 45 degrees Fahrenheit at altitudes above where transcontinental aircraft fly, at roughly 30,000 to 150,000 feet.

The S.S.W. in February caused a major disruption to the atmospheric jet stream of the Northern Hemisphere.

Without westerly winds to transport weather from west to east, cold air streamed in over Europe and parts of North America from the northeast. As a result, Europe was freezing while the Arctic was extremely warm.

The extreme Arctic warming this winter is a foreshadowing of things to come. On our current greenhouse emissions trajectories, the Arctic Ocean is expected to be ice-free in late summer by about midcentury or possibly as early as 2030, depending on natural variability. The impact will extend beyond the Arctic, adding to warming and sea level rise throughout the Northern Hemisphere.


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On top of everything else, the "catastrophic collapse of the Gulf Stream" is happening faster than expected, meaning we could soon see more harsh winters in Europe, sea level rise in the US & less rain in the tropics/



Gulf Stream current at its weakest in 1,600 years, studies show

Warm current that has historically caused dramatic changes in climate is experiencing an unprecedented slowdown and may be less stable than thought - with potentially severe consequences

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/...are_btn_tw
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This month of May will go down as the warmest on record for the Lower 48 states, beating out a longstanding one from the Dust Bowl in 1934.
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (05-31-2018 05:26 PM)
Eric Fisher
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This month of May will go down as the warmest on record for the Lower 48 states, beating out a longstanding one from the Dust Bowl in 1934.

Many bugs are missing. First sign.
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So cold in England. BBC Sport team commented on cold in Russia.

While some regions will face extreme heat, others will face extreme cold.
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May's Record-High Temperature Was 5 Degrees Hotter Than the Month's 20th Century Average

May warmed to a record average 65.4 degrees in the Lower 48 states, breaking the high of 64.7 set in 1934, according to federal weather figures released Wednesday. May was 5.2 degrees above the 20th century’s average for the month.

Weather stations in the nation broke or tied nearly 8,600 daily heat records in May, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported.

http://time.com/5303852/may-record-high-temperature/
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Many mammals are changing their sleep schedules to avoid human contact, a new study found

Mammals Go Nocturnal in Bid to Avoid Humans.


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/15/scien...&smtyp=cur
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (06-16-2018 10:42 AM)
Many mammals are changing their sleep schedules to avoid human contact, a new study found

Mammals Go Nocturnal in Bid to Avoid Humans.


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/15/scien...&smtyp=cur

Can't blame them.. humans are fùcking sick, stupid and dangerous.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-16-2018 10:45 AM)
•REC⁴  Wrote: (06-16-2018 10:42 AM)
Many mammals are changing their sleep schedules to avoid human contact, a new study found

Mammals Go Nocturnal in Bid to Avoid Humans.


https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/15/scien...&smtyp=cur

Can't blame them.. humans are fùcking sick, stupid and dangerous.




https://youtu.be/VVnz6hlC3pQ
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As Antarctica sea ice melting accelerates, the world can now expect a metre of sea level rise by 2070, not 2100, says Patrick Child of the European Commission.


^20cm per decade. My town doesnt have 20cm of spare capacity. I'll let you know.
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