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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: Doug R who wrote (4671)3/26/2021 9:27:58 PM
From: Doug R
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Coldest Feb. in 30 years.
Must be global warming.

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To: Doug R who wrote (3620)3/26/2021 9:49:44 PM
From: Doug R
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Raising animals is going to take some particular strategizing.

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To: Doug R who wrote (4524)3/28/2021 10:26:12 AM
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Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation

Interesting IPCC study on, among other things, a scenario in which several major natural disasters occur across the world due to,,,ahem..."cliemate change".
One author...appears to have interesting relatives:
Joanne Linnerooth-Bayer

Emeritus Research Scholar
Equity and Justice Res. Group

Population and Just Societies Program

+43(0) 2236 807 308

bayer@iiasa.ac.at

ipcc.ch

PDF of the full report:
ipcc.ch

Ms. Bayer's contribution:
ipcc.ch

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"Neither disaster risk reduction nor climate change adaptation is as well integrated as they could be into current development policies and practices. Both climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction might benefit from sharing of knowledge and experience in a mutually supportive and synergistic way. Climate change adaptation could be factored into all disaster risk management, and weather-related disasters are becoming an essential component of the adaptation agenda."

And we all know how well governments handle things. The following seems to assume an international governmental body - ie one-world govt.

"The public policy literature describes situations in which government intervention is justified to address market deficiencies and inefficiencies, a rationale that can also be applied to international interventions."

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To: Doug R who wrote (4548)3/28/2021 5:50:11 PM
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Mountains of evidence pinpointing our location on the cycles continue to multiply.

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From: Woody3/29/2021 8:10:27 PM
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Resistance is not futile ...


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To: Doug R who wrote (4386)4/1/2021 10:38:10 AM
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Another planet exhibiting behavior consistent with being affected by an outside influence.
Uranus is evidently ---- flaring.

Maybe we'll see Jupiter or Saturn prove the "proto-star" theory when the Parker instability reaches them next.


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To: Doug R who wrote (4386)4/1/2021 10:38:48 AM
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Another planet exhibiting behavior consistent with being affected by an outside influence.
Uranus is evidently ---- flaring.

Maybe we'll see Jupiter or Saturn prove the "proto-star" theory when the Parker instability reaches them next.


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To: Doug R who wrote (4494)4/1/2021 8:33:58 PM
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A good cherry blossom/GSM correlation.
I had noticed the early blooming prior to the peak but did not think to chart it at the time.
nps.gov
Global warmists count on nobody checking.
But if warming caused it then, it was warmer 800 years ago. Yet there was no global warming catastrophe back then due human produced CO2.

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To: Doug R who wrote (449)4/2/2021 7:02:24 PM
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Could be a global avg. temperature milestone.
And still a lot of snow on the ground in the Northern hemisphere.
I also don't recall hearing much about particularly warm weather for the Southern hemisphere's Summer that's now ending.
Cascades Snow Depth 109% to 167% of normal, as Total Snow Mass for the Northern Hemisphere leaps 500 Gigatons above 1982-2012 average




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To: Doug R who wrote (4682)4/3/2021 8:23:12 PM
From: 3bar
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Doug do you follow this site . spaceweatherlive.com

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