A couple of years ago, we told you about the danger of a global climate change “pause” — the period of time during which we haven’t seen dramatic global warming.
It’s the time when global temperatures rise more slowly than they did during the last big ice age.
We’ve also warned that a pause in warming could lead to a sudden drop in the temperature of the oceans, which would lead to more flooding.
Now, with more data pouring in, and climate researchers getting better at analyzing how the climate responds to changes in CO2 levels, a growing number of scientists have come to the conclusion that the current pause could be temporary and that a prolonged global warming hiatus could be just around the corner.
But that “pause,” which is now largely known as the hiatus, isn’t necessarily a good thing.
There are some serious concerns about how it might play out.
So what exactly is a “pause?”
And how does a “global warming pause” fit into the climate?
Here’s a quick overview of what we know about the climate.
The short version is that climate change is happening.
It has been happening for a long time.
We’re getting warmer, which means that the atmosphere is getting warmer.
And we’re seeing some of the effects of climate change, like warmer oceans, warmer air, and so on.
We don’t really know what the climate will be like in the future.
There’s no evidence that climate is changing on a large scale, and we have no idea what the long-term impact of climate changes is going to be.
But there’s a lot we do know.
The past has been kind of a disaster in the making.
The most recent record is a whopping 14 years out of date, meaning that we’ve been out of the climate game for over a decade.
The last big warmest year on record happened in the summer of 2014.
The current record for the hottest year on earth is a bit of a disappointment, as we don’t know how much longer we can keep warming at current levels.
And while the planet has warmed more than any other time on Earth, we’re still far from meeting the Paris Agreement’s climate goal of keeping the global temperature increase to no more than 2 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels by the end of the century.
A few other things about the current recordWe know the world has warmed by a lot.
In fact, the last three decades have been among the warmest on record.
But the current average temperature is way higher than it was when we stopped counting in the 1990s.
We don’t have a clear understanding of what the impacts of climate warming will be in the decades ahead.
That uncertainty comes in the form of uncertainty about what the global climate system is like when things settle down and things cool down.
This uncertainty is particularly bad because it means that climate models that try to simulate the future may not be able to predict exactly how things will look when things get back to normal.
This means that even the models that attempt to simulate a global warming pause don’t quite have a handle on how things are going to look in the near future.
The “pause is here to stay” is one of the most talked-about topics in the climate debate.
Scientists say it’s an extremely rare occurrence.
We haven’t had a global temperature rise in more than 30 years, and that record hasn’t been broken since 1996.
So it seems that the global warming “pause isn’t over yet,” but that scientists aren’t quite sure what it is or how it will play out in the years to come.
The reason scientists aren’s concerned about the pause is because it’s a sign that we’re not going to get to a point where we’re getting a good handle on the magnitude of the changes we’re experiencing.
This uncertainty could make it harder for us to avoid dangerous tipping points that could lead us into more dangerous climate change.
This is a huge concern, because it indicates that we are living through the worst possible time to take action on climate change as it is happening right now.
The longer we delay taking action, the more vulnerable we are to the impacts.
So there are many real-world consequences of not taking action now.
And we can’t get there just by talking about climate change — we have to actNow, it’s worth noting that we don�t know what’s going to happen if we don´t take action now, because we don`t know exactly what we’re going to do in the months ahead.
We also don’t even know how long it will take to get there.
We can’t just sit back and wait for a global catastrophe to unfold in the distant future.
That just isn’t a good way to start solving our climate problems.
We have to take drastic action now to help our planet survive the impacts we’re already seeing right now, and get us back to the level of livable conditions we want. So we