High Growth-Low Emissions

Now dumb down so I can understand what you are saying

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How much money you got, how much you saved? How expensive is the buzz-buzz electricity?

Good question

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Environmen’t


Had to exploit weird glitches to get number this high.

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The line be like weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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Global Warmingn’t

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Lolski, better let them know that their sim has the glitches that you exploited, what were the glitches? They may have contributed towards my favourable results as well!

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Destruction of ze world economy.

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There are certain combination of variables where small shift can make strong changes to final temperature.

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Who knew?! Thanks for letting us know! I imagine that those number probably revolve around the coal.

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Moderate Growth-Low Emissions

At those values, they’ll need to model lots of human fatigue, drowsiness, wooziness. At 9% CO2 concentration in air, a lot of things will get very tough.

I also see how you’ve manipulated all the values. And that’s how you got these results. This kind of ultrawarming would probably be impossible, although it has happened once in the World, when crocodiles roamed the arctic, but it wasn’t on the timescale of decades.

Even maxing out population and GDP growth it doesn’t increase temperature by much.

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Also wetbulb temperatures being persistently lethal on huge area
It simulates fall of GDP as temperature rises (can be turned on in assumptions), I guess they could do it for population too.

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141 degrees.
There must be divide by 0 error with other GHG emissions
Moving stuff related to renewables can cause stuff to display NAN temperature

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Their software is in beta, I think that your inputs would help them improve their models.

Kind of makes you wonder how Venus turned into the firescape it is today.

I spoke to them, they said that all the temp values are possible (I don’t know about your -2.5 or +17.6, but my 0.6 and 16.7 apparently are), I really don’t know how true that is, doesn’t seem physically possible on earth and given the time frame. I’ll converse with them more.

Or how about this, the cornucopian model, just do as you please! :slight_smile:

En-ROADS (climateinteractive.org)

Sorry, this time an even better Cornucopian model, this time with ±0.0 degrees celsius.

En-ROADS (climateinteractive.org)

Or Best, a bioenergy fueled cornucopia!

:smiley:

En-ROADS (climateinteractive.org)

They seem to have balanced that, it only reads somewhat above 40 degrees (Celsius) now.