mis 3 forested arctic

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  1. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    mis 3 forested arctic
    huh wut
    really
    just an interstadial
    but
    warmer than today
    tree line hundreds of miles north of today's
    and
    wrong time
    if
    our current @100kyr cycle is the new norm (for a million years)
    @41kyr cycle at the beginning and for the 1st 2/3 of this ice age.
    'is mis 3 an exit sign?
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    more later/
    time to drop a trot line
     
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  3. foghorn Valued Senior Member

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    and now a brief musical interlude.
     
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  5. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    wow
    I posted the freakout thingy over a year and 1/2 ago-------and just 2 days ago, the brain police song(?) surfaced in my mind and nested there---much like a record which kept skipping back and repeating and repeating and repeating and repeating until someone got up and moved the needle.

    Thanx foggy
    maybe you've moved the needle?
     
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  7. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    Oh,?
    Did I misunderstand?
    Did you desire links to the studies supporting the statements posted in the opening of this thread?
    Do you really care about the peculiarities of Earth's climate of 30kyrs ago?
    Just a little bit?
     
  8. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    OK
    odd catch on the trot line
    a 36 inch flathead catfish (higher proportion of head to body than blue or channel catfish)
    about a foot long soft shell turtle
    a large bass
    and a carp---(carp are real fighters and should rightly be considered game fish)

    I ain't never cooked a turtle before
    so
    a little web surfing -----(can it cure my ignorance?)

    so far
    bleeding cleaning and marinating seem an important way to start
    (the adventure begins)
    (more later)
     
  9. foghorn Valued Senior Member

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    LOL.
    Do you want direct replies to those questions?
    I'm not new here, I've seen your posting ''style'' before.
    I'm not getting hooked on your ''trot line''.
    The magical round about begins.

    Now it' s your usual turn to evade direct answering of questions.

    And there's me worrying

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    about diverting your thread on Earth Science.

    Something fishy about you, and it rhymes with poo.
     
  10. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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  11. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    Shall we consider the forests on Kotelny island (615 miles north of the arctic circle)
    Nowadays the northern boundary of Larix trees is
    about 530 km south of the recorded presence of Larix
    in the Kotelny Island area as it was around
    38 000 years ago ... where
    larch, and also birch and alder, occurred.

    darned interesting
    https://www.researchgate.net/public...rstadial_8_on_Kotelny_Island_northern_Siberia

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    and
    Abrupt Climate Changes During the Marine Isotope Stage 3
    is characterized by great instability, with opposing climate transitions including at least six colder Heinrich (H) events and fourteen warmer Dansgaard–Oeschger (D-O) events.

    Do we understand DO events?
    Do we understand DO events' effect on climate?
    https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-40000-6_5

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    more soon
     
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  12. iceaura Valued Senior Member

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    No more than you do.
    Why?
    1) Not completely.
    We do have a handle on some of the more obvious and simple stuff - such as the basic effects of CO2 boosting, in which the paleontological record agrees with the geological record and both match the conclusions derived from physics and chemistry and geology and oceanography and biology and ecology in which we are most confident.
    2) We have the record of what happened, and mechanisms that seem both plausible and evident. That's part of the "alarmist" schtick - that what happened once can happen again, that if you dump a lot of CO2 into the air fast enough you can expect certain consequences that may not give you much warning.

    So what are you trying to argue?
    Aside from the obvious warning they embody - that the earth's climate can in fact cross tipping points suddenly and get stuck in the new state, turn on a dime so to speak and not be able to turn back for a long time; that when we use the planet's atmosphere as a dumping ground for waste products in the quantities of the current CO2 boost we are playing with dynamite - there doesn't seem to be any point to these posts. You say "curiosity", but you are posting disconnected facts and scattered items of interest mostly to various specialists

    - what are you curious about?
     
  13. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Given that the opening post is barely coherent, and most of the following discussion is off topic (probably), there seems little point in keeping this thread open.
     
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