Nicaragua’s category 5 hurricane evidence of climate tipping

Following up on environmentalist, Dr. Tim Flannery’s assertion (because no one else is) that there was enough carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 2005 to take us beyond the climate’s tipping point, I’m offering The Guardian’s story on the monster storm (category 5) that hit Nicaragua’s Mosquito Coast. It was more evidence that now we have to deal with the extreme weather conditions promised once the tipping began.

The Guardian reports up to 160,000 people are facing an ecological and humanitarian crisis. The conclusions are that the aftermath will kill a quantum number more than the storm, for the jungle that could once bear a walking tour on its canopy is nothing more than uprooted trees, and foliage on the ground is sprinkled like bunches of broccoli. Crops and livestock have been washed into the swamps, and according to The Guardian’s Rory Carroll babies are already dying of dengue fever, malaria, hunger and diarrhoea. The damage that has occurred risks becoming permanent for there is no jungle left, the water is disease ridden. A doctor has warned the real crisis will begin in another two weeks when mass dying from disease will occur.

All this courtesy of governments and major corporations that denied climate change was on the way, despite evidence.

Arctic Explorer, Earl de Blonville – has led 5 expeditions to the Arctic – says the tipping point is behind us and his assertions will be broadcast on You Tube, once checking has been carried out within an estimated 14 days.

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  1. […] Nicaragua’s category 5 hurricane evidence of climate tipping… no one else is) that there was enough carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 2005 to take us beyond the climate’s tipping point, I’m offering The Guardian’s story on the monster storm (category 5) that hit Nicaragua’s Mosquito Coast. … Posted in Nicaragua | Trackback | del.icio.us | Top Of Page […]

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