Global Warming
01- 1000 years
02- CO2
03- Positive Feedback
04- 1C Increase
05- 2C Increase
06- 3C Increase
07- 4C Increase
08- 5C Increase
09- 6C Increase
10- Accelerated Tectonics
11- Ocean Basins
12- Building Storms
13- Warmer Waters
14- Chile Axis Shift
15- Hell In The Pacific
16- Runaway Loops
17- Transition
18- Continuity of Worlds
19- Super Floods
20- Kasei Valles
21- Epicentre
22- Plate Boundaries

07 - 4C Increase

Yellow: Ice extent 1979

Red: Ice extent 2005


In this temperature range, both poles are certain to melt, bringing an eventual sea level rise of 50 metres.

One of the most dangerous of all feedback loops will now be starting – runaway thawing of permafrost. Scientists estimate somewhere in the region of 500 billion tons of carbon are stored in the arctic ice, waiting to be released.

With the death of the Amazon and runaway carbon feedback at 3C, stabilising global temperatures at 4C may not be possible – 3C will lead inexorably to 4C, will lead inexorably to 5C.

  Alan Lambert 2011