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So yeah I saw this on Tinder ...30-05-2018 03:09
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Severe Global Water Cycle Shifts from Abrupt Climate Change
"Freshwater availability for drinking is being disrupted around Earth. Same for irrigation water relied upon to grow many crops. Soils are drying out and groundwater is being depleted much faster than it can be recharged. Alpine glacier water storage in snow and ice is collapsing, and extreme droughts in some places and torrential rains with floods in other places is accelerating... "
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldrpsq_L-wY


Fig. 1: Annotated map of TWS trends.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-018-0123-1/figures/1


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30-05-2018 03:27
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monckton wrote:
Severe Global Water Cycle Shifts from Abrupt Climate Change
"Freshwater availability for drinking is being disrupted around Earth. Same for irrigation water relied upon to grow many crops. Soils are drying out and groundwater is being depleted much faster than it can be recharged. Alpine glacier water storage in snow and ice is collapsing, and extreme droughts in some places and torrential rains with floods in other places is accelerating... "
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It is not possible to measure the precipitation of the Earth.

That said, no unusual patterns of precip are noted anywhere. There is still alpine snow and ice, there are still deserts, there is still torrential rains in jungles and other places, soil is not drying out (vegetation is still there), groundwater is still replentished at the usual rate.

The only difference is how much of it we use.

Get your info from somewhere besides propaganda sites.


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30-05-2018 03:58
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