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M***@kymhorsell.com
2019-04-17 02:10:05 UTC
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Nothing really new. Just an interesting plot.

Gavin Schmidt @ClimateOfGavin 16 Apr 2019 23:08Z
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Where there are discrepancies - central Africa, high latitude southern oceans,
the Arctic - these are areas with sparse coverage (few stations, or few buoys).
But the polar differences are most interesting. pic.twitter.com/OVlqqxw2Ht
[GISTEMP/AIRS warming vs latitude -90..+90:]
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Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
Nothing really new. Just an interesting plot.
Where there are discrepancies - central Africa, high latitude southern oceans,
the Arctic - these are areas with sparse coverage (few stations, or few buoys).
But the polar differences are most interesting. pic.twitter.com/OVlqqxw2Ht
[GISTEMP/AIRS warming vs latitude -90..+90:]
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D4T8KnrWwAo5ads.jpg>
Plot heating/decade instead of temperature and the weighting of latitude for surface area is built in.

Deniers tink weightin is a Marxist scam.
Post by M***@kymhorsell.com
18 Apr 2019 Mar 2019 global SOTC NOAA
09 Jul 2019 19Q2 bn-dollar disasters NOAA
[EIA Fig ES-5: Electricity generation 1990- (tr kwh):]
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D2guFanWkAAxYcn.png>
[Dunning-Kruger Effect:]
<https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D3OPGAIXsAAcZG0.jpg>
April 1 is the unofficial end of the wet season in California. We've had a
great year with over 150% of normal after a long stretch of most very dry
years. Enjoy, but don't go back to wasting #water. Every drop saved stays in
our reservoirs or rivers.
Here's a running list of all the ways #climate change has altered Earth in
2019 The list covers from historically unprecedented disappearances of ice,
to flood-ravaged cities. As more news comes out, the #list will be updated.
buff.ly/2TRSYRQ pic.twitter.com/b9HbrQ0nAM
- Huge 11GW of instantaneous power generated from large scale solar on
Sat
- California exported record 1.5 GW of electricity earlier
- State hit 93% clean electricity for a moment last Wed
buff.ly/2IwCbxG pic.twitter.com/GDQpppQgCL
First recording of a plastic bag in the ocean traced to 1965, first fishing
line to 1957 -confirming we've been polluting the #oceans for over 60 years
Enough!
Price plastic correctly and take-away the free money Big Oil collects while
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underpayment
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/11020900-3x2-160x107.jpg>
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In a near-unprecedented move, the Federal Court has frozen the assets of a
NSW restaurant business following claims by 2 chefs who say they're owed
hundreds of 1000s of dollars.
Surgeon's one-punch killer to spend at least a decade behind bars
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/10519170-4x3-160x120.jpg>
[Asshole on the left; victim on the right].
ABC News, 17 Apr 2019
Joseph Esmaili punched a Melbourne heart surgeon in the head after the
doctor asked him to stop smoking outside the hospital's entrance. The
41-year-old victim was knocked out, hitting his head on a tiled floor,
and died in hospital a month later.
[Later reports confirm Esmaili has received a 10y + 6m term, becoming
the first convicted under Vic's "One Punch" laws that carry a minimum
10y sentence].
Environment trumps economy as voters' top concern ahead of election
ABC News, 17 Apr 2019
Labor and Greens voters regard the environment as their number one concern,
whereas Coalition voters nominate the economy as the single most important
issue to them, the ABC's Vote Compass survey reveals.
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opened her door
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/11023700-16x9-460x259.jpg>
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a crossbow, in what has been labelled a "premeditated" and "targeted" attack.
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<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/11023370-3x2-220x147.jpg>
ABC News, 17 Apr 2019
Tasmania is home to 180 "giant trees" more than 85 metres tall or with more
than 280 cubic metres of girth, but enthusiasts have discovered at least 15
of the giants have been destroyed by the state's summer bushfires.
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Tougher penalties for spitters and poo throwers 'do not go far enough'
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bodily materials" at emergency workers in South Australia don't go far enough,
according to the police union.
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Court says no.
ABC News, 17 Apr 2019 0:09Z
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Gary Spence, who quit his role at the helm of the party over the ban,
spearheaded the campaign.
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properly
[This has been known for years, unfortunately].
ABC Capricornia, 17 Apr 2019 0:09Z
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silicosis, but the doctors hired by his employer failed to diagnose his
condition.
The second severe weather outbreak in less than a week will bring the risk
of tornadoes and is poised to strike across the southern United States,
ow.ly/3lWj30os8RN pic.twitter.com/2iO1jf5LRQ
BREAKING NEWS: A deer has reportedly attacked a couple on a Vic rural
property, goring the husband. He died in hospital a few hrs
later. Police are investigating.
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