- Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Little
given the exponential gains we are having in all areas, population, overall emissions and so on, don't you think it will be sooner? Esp with the increasing problems with droughts, wildfires, stronger and more common hurricanes, etc?Better question would be where did the person who came up with the 12 year PNR limit get their information from for their conclusion? However where I got my information is primarily from keeping up with NASA, and I made my own conclusions from there.
I honestly do not know if it is going to be 12 or 50 it doesn't change we need do something about it, also that is not a detailed enough explanation why we should accept your conclusion.
Does it factor less ice means faster warming (because there is less of it, ice area reflects sunlight too) the effect that has on currents like the gulf steam? there is a ton of details at work here. I assume such projections are aided by computer models with all these countless factors imputed in them, with the projected growth rate we are on currently.
in the end i strongly disagree with 80 years given the observable changes and impacts we see in the present.