The implications of a hot global heat engine.
- Oct 14, 2020 9:59 pm GMT
Like all engines, when run beyond the capacity of their cooling systems, the global heat engine is showing signs of its looming failure.
NASA identifies the "global heat engine," as the system whereby the ocean releases warmth and moisture into the overlying atmosphere which dramatically influences weather patterns that can drive weather patterns to extremes–producing torrential rains and flooding in some parts of the world and severe drought in others.
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