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  • Lawrence Wollersheim
    commented 2019-10-25 08:52:31 -0700
    Hi Paul,

    Have you read the tipping point pages at https://www.joboneforhumanity.org/climate_tipping_points

    And https://www.joboneforhumanity.org/today_s_real_annual_fossil_fuel_reduction_targets

    And https://www.joboneforhumanity.org/irreversible_global_warming_is_here_now

    And the Climageddon Scenario at https://www.joboneforhumanity.org/climageddon_scenario

    These pages will lead you to many links on the science behind why the carbon 425 to 450 ppm area is our climate cliff.

    If after reading all of those materials with their science links you would still like more science links on the 425 to 450 ppm area, please let us know.

    We can send you more information on why, at that point, we will have “baked in” a temperature level that will trigger so many more tipping points, that for all intents and purposes, global warming goes out of our realistic control for the next 30 to 50 years.

    Sincerely,

    Thew Job One Team,
  • Paul Cooper
    commented 2019-10-25 02:22:01 -0700
    Hello. Please could you provide a link to the scientific backing of the 425 – 450 ppm CO2 climate cliff?
    I’m hoping you can do so.
  • Jennifer Dorn
    commented 2019-02-06 14:09:28 -0800
    We could not agree more with this endeavor and fully support the education and push towards a more environmentally friendly future through sustainable and clean means. Thank you for the work you are doing. We support you!
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  • Lawrence Wollersheim
    commented 2018-04-10 16:11:37 -0700
    Hi Charles,

    Thank you for your compliment and constructive criticisms.

    I will take your criticisms to heart and use them for updates for the new Climageddon version and hopefully they will also go up soon on the Job One website in this area, http://www.joboneforhumanity.org/climageddon_book_support_navigation_center.

    I would also ask you to go to amazon.com and write a review on Climageddon as well. The more people we get reading Climageddon the greater chance we will get more people dealing with Global warming reality!

    I’m glad you like our Job One Plan approach in general. We are still tweaking the just updated Job One Plan which is found at http://www.joboneforhumanity.org/plan

    Any help or suggestions you have in upgrading this plan would be deeply appreciated.

    You can email them directly to me at manage@Joboneforhumanity.org

    Best,

    Lawrence Wollersheim
  • Charles Shore
    commented 2018-04-08 13:01:06 -0700
    4/8/2108
    Mr. Wollersheim:

    Thank you so much for your highly elucidating work, Climageddon. You have certainly mastered the art of explaining complex scientific principles in basic English. I was particularly enlightened by your discussion of the cascading nature of tipping points, and am encouraged by the idea of targeting key players who would most effectively convey the message.
    However, I did have some concerns about several points. I hope that you will consider these issues in the spirit of constructive criticisms.
    1) In general, the book is too lengthy and repetitious. I believe that a condensed version, without features such as the Chapter Overviews, would have greater impact.

    2) Your statements regarding IPCC underestimations, on pages 188-189, are somewhat misleading. For example, in IPCC Scenario 2, the Agency indicates that the 3⁰ rise will occur by 2100. You further state that “At the 40% underestimation level, we will reach 4.2⁰ Celsius (7.5⁰ Fahrenheit) about 34 years sooner than they predict – at about 2066”. Yet you’re comparing the IPCC’s 3⁰ rise with your 4.2⁰ rise. Under your scenario, the time to reach a 3⁰ rise would be much sooner (based on a rough interpolation, I estimate that the 3⁰ scenario would play out around 2045).

    3) You make no mention of effects of population changes on your scenario. Are you assuming that the global population will continue to grow exponentially, reaching 10 billion around 2050? This assumption may not hold if massive numbers of climate-induced deaths occur. Under that scenario, the climate problem may become somewhat alleviated, as fewer individuals are emitting heat energy.

    4) Although you provide a comprehensive list of actionable items (Part 2, Chapter 3), I saw little discussion of how to successfully complete some of those actions. For example, I found no details on how to electrify our transportation system in 10 years. This complex project, which would require a confluence of engineering, political, and economic skills, is essential in fighting destabilization. Perhaps you thought that these types of implementation details are beyond the scope of the current work.

    I am a retired toxicologist, environmental scientist, and GIS Analyst who, since retirement, has been actively involved with several climate groups. I’ve found your approach to be the best fit for me, and am eager to get started. Is the Project Manager position still available? If so, please send me some further information on it, and I’ll be glad to provide detailed credentials.

    Cordially,
    Charles O. Shore, MS
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