It’s Going to Get Worse: Global Warming and Earth’s Future

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 10:00 AM
October 30, 2013

The-Consequences-of-Global-Warming-global-warming-prevention    Overwhelmingly, time estimates for increasingly danger signs from Global Warming generally come in much earlier than expected. The latest reports about world-wide trends as being a generation away will probably happen much sooner.

Ken Caldeira of the Carnegie Institution for Science and other scientists agree that modern man’s post-industrial systems now push “. . . the ecosystems of the world out of the environment in which they evolved into wholly new conditions that they may not be able to cope with.” More extinctions will result.

Because they cannot adjust to changes in climate, tropical plants and animals will be hit soonest and hardest.  Researchers expect that Global Warming will affect some six billion people within the next decade or so.

Commenting on his organization’s report on coming devastations in Africa and Asia, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim says: “The scientists tell us that if the world warms by two degrees Centigrade . . . that will cause widespread food shortages, unprecedented heat waves, and more intense cyclones.”

Even the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Climate, which did the study for the World Bank, admitted that last year’s projections about accelerating heat levels had been too low.  The Institute told AFP News:  “. . . if the world warms by . . . 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit . . . [it] will cause widespread food shortages, unprecedented heat waves, and more intense cyclones.”

Sebastian Ostberg, head of the Potsdam Institute, told SPX News Service:  “Essentially, we would be leaving the world as we know it. . . nearly no area of the world is free from Climate Change transforming landscapes substantially.”

Camilo Mora of the University of Hawaii, lead author of a Climate Change study published in ‘Nature’ magazine, exclaims: “The results shocked us. Within my generation, whatever climate we are used to will be a thing of the past.”

Ryan Longman, co-author of Mora’s study warns:  “In predominantly developing countries, over one billion people under an optimistic scenario, and five billion under a business-as-usual scenario, live in areas that will experience extreme climates before 2050.”

His team’s study states:  “Unprecedented climates will occur earliest in the tropics and among low-income countries, Path-of-global-warming-001highlighting the vulnerability of global biodiversity and the limited governmental capacity to respond to the impacts of climate change.”  But eventually Global Warming will affect rich and poor alike!

A University of California-Los Angeles study headed by climate scientist Alex Hall reports that California’s mountains will see dramatic loss of snow falls. And Environmental Scientists, Chris Pagnutti, and his colleagues,      insists that Climate Change will continue to shrink the world’s forests.

Lists of similar scientific findings goes on and on. Yet, political naysayers about Global Warming, and their wealthy sponsors, refuse to admit its existence. As wholesale Christian sweatshirts advise, believers must “Pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5: 17)” for God to send true revival around the world so that some naysayers may find salvation, or else be held responsible for billions of deaths.

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