It’s Baaack. EcoEnquirer Interviews World’s Turtles First! Director

September 29th, 2013 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

flying-turtlesMost people are not aware of the devastating impact global warming is having on the world’s turtles. In this exclusive EcoEnquirer interview, World’s Turtles First! Director Helga Chen discusses the latest IPCC report and WTF!‘s tireless efforts to help our short-legged friends.

11 Responses to “It’s Baaack. EcoEnquirer Interviews World’s Turtles First! Director”

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  1. This Ninja turtle was just unlucky, an outlier. More are comming from the bottom of the oceans! 😉

  2. Hops says:

    Did Noah have turtles on the Ark? If so, was he saving them from climate change?

  3. vivendi says:

    Join POT, everyone, donate to help the turtles! WTF.

  4. The entire climate change industry is in the process of becoming a laughing stock.

  5. ren says:

    As it is with the “experts”? It let’s see. Members NASA has recently threatened exceptionally strong solar cycle. I still moved the date of maximum, last in autumn 2013. Meanwhile, the activity decreases. Vukcevic in 2004 published his prediction. Did anyone at NASA took this into account? No, I prefer to base their predictions on the ballot. We vote either way it should be. Sun, however, can not stand arrogance.

  6. ren says:

    Current blockade in the north at an altitude of 20 km. Jetstream runs along the border of the yellow area.

  7. ren says:

    Our previous study showed that the response of tropospheric pressure to variations of solar activity (SA) and
    galactic cosmic ray (GCR) fluxes reveals a regional structure determined by the positions of the main
    climatic atmospheric fronts, as well as it strongly depends on the epochs of the large-scale circulation
    [Veretenenko and Ogurtsov, 2012]. In the epochs of increasing intensity of the meridional circulation (the
    form C according to Vangengeim-Girs classification [Vangengeim, 1952; Girs, 1974]) an increase of GCR
    fluxes at minima of the 11-year cycle is accompanied by an intensification both of extratropical cyclones at
    Polar fronts of middle latitudes and Arctic anticyclones at high latitudes of the Northern hemisphere, as well
    as by a weakening of the equatorial trough at low latitudes. In the epochs of decreasing meridional
    circulation the troposphere response to SA/GCR variations reveals a similar regional structure, i.e., the
    regions of most pronounced effects are closely related to the climatic atmospheric fronts, but the sign of
    SA/GCR effects in these regions is opposite.
    It was also detected [Veretenenko and Ogurtsov, 2012] that the evolution of the meridional circulation
    is characterized by a roughly 60-year periodicity which, in turn, influences the sign of SA/GCR effects on
    troposphere pressure. Indeed, the reversals of the correlations between sea-level pressure at high latitudes
    and sunspot numbers occurred in the 1890s, the early 1920s, 1950s and the early 1980s and coincided well
    with the changes in the evolution of the C-type meridional circulation. Hence, the aim of this work is to
    study what processes may influence the evolution of the large-scale circulation and, then, the character of
    SA/GCR effects on troposphere pressure.

  8. ren says:

    If cycles are consistent, this means that in 30 years of waiting for us a big drop in temperature.

  9. Since nobody has said it, I suppose I should.

    It’s turtles all the way down.

  10. Stan says:

    Isn’t Roy Spencer supposed to be a Christian?

    He sure doesn’t act like one.

    • Richard Vada says:

      Magic Gais fantasy, Unicorn worshipping hicks like you don’t understand which way a thermometer goes; leave the philosophy to those who have reality based belief systems when you’re online.

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