What the World’s Weather (and Farming) May Look Like in 2100 | by Vern Scott

An Estimate of the Distribution of Climate Sensitivity by 2100. Note that Russia and Canada have “modest to moderate” sensitivity, while the US, China, and parts of Middle East rate “moderate to severe”

The Cretaceous Period (144 to 64 million years ago) had no polar ice, a CO2 level of 2,000 ppm, oceans up to 800 ft higher, and temperatures about 15 d F hotter. The dinosaurs thrived, but would humans?

On a hotter planet in 2100, some sort of Biodome may protect us (assuming we don’t have to live with Pauly Shore and Steven Baldwin)

What the World’s Weather (and Farming) May Look Like in 2100 | by Vern Scott

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