When the Floods Come: the Climate Change thread

Fill the dry lake bed with solar panels?

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Yes, and:

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/150116-floating-solar-power-japan-yamakura

… especially if it ever rains again there.

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A hurricane in Oman?

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There is no normal anymore. Buckle down for some truly weird ass shit to roll down on us.

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Some good news (with caveats, but still):

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Psssst don’t tell Joe Manchin…

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Better hurry up with Hinkley Point C, then.

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Not in time to do the job. Renewables are here now.

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116 degrees in June, the meteorologists were afraid to forecast it because they couldn’t believe their own math

What is it going to do next year :fearful:

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It looks like the BBC have discovered Solarpunk, and decided to interview a bunch of people who aren’t solarpunks about what it is. Solarpunk is inherently green-anarchist/green-socialist, so why are you interviewing capitalists?

I should get used to it, this is how the BBC operates now.

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For the same reason they interview corporate friendly punks instead of Crass?

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If you can’t run this on solar or wind- or passively- it’s not a long term solution. And too damn expensive.

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Fremen technology.

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Or Star Wars.

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