Baltic Sea facing global warming woes
Swedish researchers have scaled down global warming models to calculate the effect on a specific region, finding that, by the end of the 21st century, Baltic Sea temperatures and salinity will be higher than at any time since 1850, potentially with major consequences for the marine environment.Full Story
#1 Oct 23, 2012
Don't worry. By that time sea rise will probably make the Black Sea part of the Atlantic.. ;-)
And we'll be too busy trying to survive on land with our agriculture taking a beating from droughts, floods, and migrating insects.
Welcome to interesting times. As the Chinese curse goes. Interesting people, the Chinese. They surely know how to survive interesting times and know how much of a curse they are.
Isn't it time we made the future LESS interesting by implementing a global 'carbon tax'??
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