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Author:  Johhny Electriglide [ Tue Jun 09, 2020 4:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Runaway warming

From observations, ESAS had no ice cover 2019. In using latent heat charts and depth, data on present 50 meter thermal rise and the sensitivity of methane clathrate to ice cage failure; It was 14 solar heating months to raise the temp 1*F at 50 m and cause ice cage failure, 2018. So now down to 9 solar heating months. The deposits are from 40 to 60 m deep and estimated at 1,400GTs. The latest bottom temp I have seen is now +1.2*F. or +.8*F more and the 40 m deep could start large releases several months early. So massive releases starting in just two years and in full runaway by the Blue Ocean Event 2023. Thermal rise could hit +1*C per year by 2025-6. 2028 could be the start of the main omnicide.
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