2026 is now the mean time of Extinction of the Northern Hemisphere and the Fire Age

The Non-Disclosed Extreme Arctic Methane Threat.

The 2013 Australian above–average temperatures set a record of 0.22oC higher than 12 month period prior to 2013 and confirm a mid-21st century atmospheric methane-induced global deglaciation and major extinction event.

By Malcolm P.R. Light / 22nd December, 2013


The lowest range extinction date of 2042.2 is 2.6 years later than to the previous best estimate for the extinction of 3/4 of the Earth’s surface (2039.6) using aerial growth and methane GWP methods (Light, 2012 Figure 3) and is close to Carana’s (2012) best estimate from runaway global warming (Figure 4).

The mean time of extinction of the Northern Hemisphere was previously fixed between 2024 and 2039 (Light, 2012). The best estimate of final extinction (2050.6) is 3 years later than the mean estimate for the Southern Hemisphere of 2047.6 (Range 2038 to 2057)(Figure 3). Carana and Light’s extinction estimates are more than an order more accurate than the 50 year error that has been determined between International global atmospheric modelling estimates of and the actual rate of Arctic floating ice cap decline (see Figure 5, thinkprogress.org, 2012).

The Non-Disclosed Extreme Arctic Methane Threat


10C temperature increase by 2026 predicted 

Seemorerocks / 
Tuesday, 26 July 2016

The most important blog article in July 2016 – plus 10 C by 2026
Sam Carana has summed it up and has come to the conclusion:

Total potential global temperature rise by 2026 (10°C or 18°F)

Arctic News: A Global Temperature Rise Of More than Ten Degrees Celsius By 2026?

February 2016 rise from 1900 (1.62°C)
Rise from pre-industrial levels to 1900 (0.3°C)

Rise due to carbon dioxide from 2016 to 2026 (0.5°C)

Removal of aerosols masking effect (2.5°C)

Albedo changes in the Arctic (1.6°C)

Methane eruptions from the seafloor (1.1°C)
Extra water vapor feedback (2.1°C)

Further feedbacks (0.3°C)

Total potential global temperature rise by 2026 (10°C or 18°F)


10C temperature increase by 2026 predicted / Arctic is leaking methane 200 times faster than usual



Climate Change, Drought Fan Massive Sand Fire, Forcing 20,000 Californians to Flee / robertscribbler

On Friday, amidst temperatures exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and at a time when California is now entering its fifth year of drought in a decade when seven out of the last ten years have been drought years, a rapidly growing and dangerous wildfire erupted in the hills north of Los Angeles.

The Sand Fire, which some firefighters are calling practically unprecedented, sparked before typical wildfire season peak and began a rapid spread… Nearly 3,000 firefighters scrambled to gain a foothold against the blaze… By Monday, the fire had exploded to 33,000 acres (51 square miles).

Conditions in Context — Living in a Fire Age: There is widespread geological evidence of voracious fires burning through large regions of the globe during past hothouse warming events. At the Paleocene-Eocene boundary 56 million years ago, a warming rate that was about ten times slower than what we are experiencing now set off immense blazes that ripped through the world’s peatlands and forests. In other words, evidence points to past instances of Earth warming into hothouse conditions generating periods of intense fires that may well be called fire ages.

Climate Change, Drought Fan Massive Sand Fire, Forcing 20,000 Californians to Flee

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