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Is there a time when you just have to say pluck it and just move completely away.

I'd love to but this economy is awful and.... Well... Let's just say, I don't have very high hopes for a great future for the world and future living standards. I mean apart from my belief in Jesus.

But the world as it is at the moment without Jesus... Yeah... No, I don't like the outlook.
 

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This is why I like Boris haha..

Mr Johnson addressed the matter in the opening of his Downing Street press conference.

"To those who have been directing racist abuse at some of the players, I say shame on you," he said.

"I hope you will crawl back under the rock from which you emerged."

SHAME ON YOU YOU RACIST FUCKS.
 

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My mom invited an Austrian friend of her to visit our home for two weeks. A 15-year old Austrian cousin of her travelled with them, and i'm staying with my mom for two weeks.

Weirdly... she turns out to be stereotypical INFP... like she watches only anime, she is in art school and talks a lot about it, and she loves cats... Euhm. When I talked about shoegaze, she likes it too... She also sometimes retreat to her room because she needs to recharge... She is so stereotypical INFP. but a 9w1 instead of 4w5 i think, as she likes chilling around and things like that. It's fun to be finally sure i met an INFP in my life.

My ESFJ mom asks me why don't you eat a lot?
Her friend: He can't be full...
I told them: "I never feel full and never feel empty
Other INFP: "That's some deep shit over there"

lol.
 

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Wondering if I should contact an old ENFP I cut off because they never initiated talking first, so I thought they didn't care.

But I don't know. ENFPs, if you don't want to know somebody, would you just never initiate?

But it's not like they hated me or anything, they were always glad to catch up, but I was always the one organising it. We used to have good chats...

Idk, I also cut them off because I thought they thought I was a loser too. So ... Yeah..
 

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Ugh. I tried to see if I could help out in the What's My Type? forum but one of the questionnaires asked how you would feel with the loss of a serious relationship, a break-up. I felt so angry and awful just from the thought of it! No one should even attempt to imagine how unexpected loss of your partner feels. He's the only one I want to talk to about the rough time I'm having, but he's the only one I can't talk to because he's dead!

Plus, I suck at typing people anyway.
 
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I'll probably be able to help people in the regions that were struck by the floods to help with the clean-up together with some other people of my political party.
 

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186 earthquakes near Taal volcano in the Phillipines, wow!!! The SO² emissions from a few days ago were the highest ever recorded in one day of the volcano. During the eruption of 2020 it was five times less... But it just doesn't erupt yet. Never in it's history were the SO² emissions so high. Crops turned brown... All the fish in that lake died!!!

It seems to go more quiet again @Fennel; but Taal continues to show elevated unrest while the background tremor stays persistent and is ongoing since april this year, meaning the volcano is shaking for around three months non-stop.

At this point, only gas and water are able to escape the volcano. But no actual eruption.
 
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The best place to live in during the covid epidemic

turns out to be Vietnam (although their numbers are getting worser now)

The worst was Peru where 0.5% of the population already lost their lives.
 

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Does someone know why the monsoon suddenly extends to Saudi Arabia... I've never seen that before. This was of today? Is that unusual?



In Qatar IT IS NOT!!! Usually there is no rain there during summer. This year there is, because of the HYPERACTIVE Indian Monsoon (and also unusual early start).
 

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I finally have found my INFP'ish EUREKA MOMENT where everything falls in place together

Last year the Atlantic hurricane season had the most storms on record, mainly because of lots of factors that did help it's cause, incl La Nina, warm SST temperatures, favourable environment and most importantly the record breaking Western African Monsoon (in the Sahel).

this year the SAHEL GOES NUTS!!! The monsoon is insane and goes very northwards! It's bad news for the hurricanes, it could get as worse (or even worser) than last year. And break the fresh record of last year!



It seems to be connected by this. And this year it GOES BEYOND INSANE... The problem is the earth is warming at an alarm rate, but what people don't know... the warming of the southern hemisphere is starting to lag behind! It does warm only very slow. WHILE THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE GOES HYPERCRAZY. The temperature differences between NH and SH - compared to the normal - are starting to go beyond out of control.

During the Great Sahel drought (you see that the southern hemisphere warmed more than the northern hemisphere) but the northern hemisphere started to catch up and now it's warming far outpaces that of the southern hemisphere!!!

This means that we're starting to see a correlation between INTERHEMISPHERICAL GRADIENT (the difference between the temperature on the northern hemisphere and the temperature on the southern hemisphere), which is impacts the West African Monsoon, which also impacts the Amazon Monsoon but also... the Atlantic Hurricane Season. The fact that the northern hemisphere is starting to outpace that of the southern hemisphere and will continue to do so means a few things:

It will make the AMO persistent warm, which stimulated Atlantic hurricane seasons
It will make the Atlantic Hurricane Season probably during all ENSO neutral and ENSO La Nina phases hyperactive and powerful, combined with higher SST's.
It will increase European
It will make the Sahel hyperwet, and make the monsoons go further north than ever before, including in the Sahara and Arab territories
It will make the Indian Monsoon hyperwet as well and make those monsoons extend further.

The fact that the temperature on the Northern Hemisphere warms up so much has other consequences...

It dramatically slows down the jetstream which has consequences as well...

This causes on the Northern Hemisphere for weather systems to move slower as the jet stream gets weaker and will start to make more waves, with more amplitude. It causes more cold outbreaks further south, and more warmer outbreaks further north. The problem since the warming of the NH outpaces the potential of colder outbreaks, the warmer outbreaks will be even warmer and much more prevalent, which should in theory enable areas like higher up in Canada and Siberia to even get hotter. The heatwaves of last month should only be the beginning. And the extreme rainfall in Central Europe is the other downside of the slowing jetstream.

It might also play a role in the North Atlantic Hurricane Season, and it might be the reason why the AMOC slows down (or one off), the explanation of the cold blob (or again one of the...)

The southern hemisphere however doesn't have that, which is why we start to see the difference between the hemispheres, the southern hemisphere lagging behind the northern hemisphere, i found the reason to why that is.

Greenhouse gasses keep more & more warmth to the air, and less warmth goes to space again. This means less warmth goes to the stratosphere, as the gases keep it also more confined to the troposhere! A colder stratosphere strengthens the jetstream. A stronger jetstream and colder stratosphere enables the cold on Antarctica to stay in Antarctica, and to cool down the continent.

This seems to be exactly happening right now! Look at the july 2021 graph. Antarctica is insanely cold!



Antarctica is MUCH COLDER than normal! Which is the case because of the reasons i stated... But i also found the answer to why that's not the case in the northern hemisphere. The North Pole is much weaker, because it has less continent and is less isolated in terms of climate than the extreme climate of Antarctica (and it's extreme winds that protect it). The effects that make Antarctica colder are outpaced by the warmth, because the warming is so insanely high, and because it has more moderating ocean influences than the South Pole has.

And this explains the differences between the South Pole and the North Pole.

During the 1980s the Northern hemisphere wasn't that warm while the Southern Hemisphere, it was the last decade the Atlantic hurricane season was quite weak. It was also the years of the Great Sahel Drought...

And aerosol emissions were much higher before restrictions came into place (the ultimate proof geo-engineering is a thing, although right now it's unintentional and man-made climate change is also unintential geo-engineering). Aerosol emissions cool down the climate



Examples of anthropogenic aerosols are particulate air pollutants and smoke. (and also chemtrails)

E.g., a direct effect is that aerosols scatter and absorb incoming solar radiation.[60] This will mainly lead to a cooling of the surface (solar radiation is scattered back to space) but may also contribute to a warming of the surface (caused by the absorption of incoming solar energy).

This suggests actually that the cooling effect of aerosols is higher than the warming effect. But of course greenhouse gasses far outweigh that. Since we started to restrict on aerosols, global warming seems to have increased.

So ... the biggest effect seems to be

THE HYPERACTIVE WESTERN AFRICAN MONSOON

2020 was the wettest ever monsoon in Africa


And this year goes beyond crazy!



Look at the rainfall!!! Northern Libya, MOROCCO, Sahrawi Republic, Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Burkina Faso, parts of Egypt, Yemen, horn of Africa, Southern Sudan, parts of Sudan itself, Ethippia, Eritrea got rainfall.

And now it is even HIGHER UP... It is even more to the north LOL.

JUNE WAS A HYPERWET SEASON FOR ALMOST ALL OF AFRICA.
 

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WHERE THE FUCK IS THE SAHARA???



Last year



Look at this thread I made

I'll bump it again


This thread man!!!

And even in 2017 I already told that i was a WET SAHARA BELIEVER...

We have flat-earth believers, we have Rare Earth Hypothesis-believers, we have 9/11 conspiracy theory believers, and i'm a wet sahara believer!!!

I'm quite sure that the Sahara will disappear and that it would only be a matter of decades. The desert is retreating, and vegetation will increase in the entire sahara part, transitioning it into a lush savanna with lots of animals, lakes and rivers! Some parts would even change into jungle. The jungle is expanding, and i love the jungle!!! We are now waiting for a tipping point to change the Sahara into grasslands and savanna, but it is already happening because of warmer temperatures and the CO² vegetation feedback (more CO² leads to more vegetation)



This is what happened in Burkina Faso in 8 years. It rained so much that it completely did change. The desert is now gone. Grasslands, savanna and even jungle is expanding!!! THIS CHANGE IS SPECTACULAR!!!

The green sahara can be caused by five factors:
  • Retreating ice sheets - FAVORABLE
  • More CO² (and warmer temperatures) - FAVORABLE
  • Changes into sea surface temperatures favorable to Sahara Greening (short-term changes) - FAVORABLE
  • Increased vegetation will absorb more solar radiation, and evaporation of plants cause more moisture, even increasing precipation even further (causing a tipping point balance) -> since already green sahara's have an easier time staying green and deserts more likely stay a desert (this is why hatching wood is so dangerous!!!) - FAVORABLE
  • Orbital changes (long-term changes). NOT FAVORABLE

Only the orbital changes don't cooperate, they actually even suggest a cooling of the climate, and if humans wouldn't exist, the Earth would most likely cool, but won't flip into an ice age (most likely), except if non-orbital forces would trigger an ice age, since it's easier to stay in an ice age if you're already in an ice age. This interglacial will most likely have stayed an interglacial, would have gradually cooled, but it would be a long interglacial and most likely we wouldn't flip immediately into an ice age. So orbital changes do indicate gradual cooling, but no abrupt cooling. Of course, we all know the story of man-made climate change.

The orbital changes probably are not favorable enough to make the entire Sahara green (as was been done in the past), but the Sahel and Southern Sahara at least will probably disappear. I think 1/3th of the desert could disappear by the end of this century, possibly half of it, creating lakes, expanding jungles, grasslands and savanna's



When we see what happened this year, we see that it didn't rain anymore. IT POURED. Numerous floods happened in regions that are semi-arid. Remnants of those weather systems eventually developed into KILLER HURRICANES, since more moisture is being sent into the Atlantic Ocean combined with higher SST's, and we all know that hurricanes formed in Cabo Verde are the ones to cause turmoil and destruction in the America's.



GREEN = SURPLUS IN RAIN, compared to the average rainfall. On average this season caused 30 to 40% more rainfall in the Sahel and Sahara. That's HUUUUUGE.

THE SAHARA IS LOSING TERRAIN AND SHRINKING ON AN EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH RATE.
 

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Because of the huge rain in Saudi Arabia in the latest years, magnificent new lakes are starting to form, here are some images (i could post them in infp porn or my own sahara thread too)

















 

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THIS COW HAS BEEN SAVED. IT TRAVELLED 100 KM / 62 Miles as it was dragged through the water... of the river. There it was saved in a healthy and good state!!!

The farmer is now travelling to there to get the cow back...

I hope he won't slaughter it...
 

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