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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:29 pm 
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I was born around the time of Russia's first bomb test. The world's oceans now have over 5 billion Hiroshima bombs worth of extra heat, presently accelerating global ice melt and releasing methane hydrates, also exponential.
The only thing left that can stop the process is a Toba event man made by buried nukes lifting hundreds of cubic miles of aerosols in several lifts 5 years apart. A 15 year winter could refreeze the Arctic and cool the oceans, with most life in a state of dormancy. They also could have stopped the overpopulation before it caused runaway heat gain by HGHGs to +1.5*C over preindustrial(1.52*C 4/2016 on). They are a final cure that is almost as bad as the problem, which is extinction of all surface life except for some species of bacteria, jellyfish, and thermal vent/deep underground species.
I think it started with "Silent Spring". It probably ends with a greater and faster than Permian extinction with the same mechanism of methane turnover, @ +6*C 2028.7 (Dr. Malcolm Light), on the way to a thermal max of +14*C, with 30 million years back to full evolved diversity. Wake me up when we get there. :mrgreen:

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For 8 1/2 million, you could make it through a nuclear aerosol event designed to stop the MT Event (methane turnover). A prison sentence, then hard labor to build CO2 capture/change factories, clean up the toxic waste. and the oceans. Certainly enough to keep many millions of survivors and their progeny busy for a thousand years or more.
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Arctic sea ice continues down, as there are now 5.5 billion atom bombs of added heat to the oceans. 4 more per second. I would not want to live underground in a luxury prison. There are a lot of "what ifs". It is a requirement to remove the CO2 to less than 350 ppm. It is a requirement that all nuclear material is safely taken care of. The main requirement is sufficient cooling in time to prevent the 50 GT and more 'burps' of methane. Not later than 2021 for the aerosol event, otherwise surface life goes extinct by 2028. It is a hell of a thing to have happening to our world. It would have all been prevented if we had gone to one child families forced world wide in the 1970s . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZ9cJs7LUHs

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