Periodic Green Saharas, and why we need more CO2 emission. Also, Greta Thunberg: sush!
The sex doll legion has come across some interesting information: the last green Sahara, the Holocene one, about 8 thousand years ago (at its peak) was a weak event, which failed to completely wipe out the Sahara desert during its existence. But there were three other Green Saharas during the last 400 thousand years which completely changed the Sahara into mostly wooded grassland or forest. This facilitated the migration of human beings from Central Africa to the Mediterranean and the Middle East. But it also means that, in order to maximize the current global warming, we need to produce more CO2, because who can have too much fauna and flora?
Cassandra explains it all.
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Links to contents mentioned in this video.
“This article was first published on Brighter World. Read the original article.” https://brighterworld.mcmaster.ca/articles/green-sahara-allowed-for-ancient-human-movement-three-different-times/
Link to the full paper referred to on Brighter World.
Comparison between the Holocene and earlier Green Saharas
Larrasoaña JC, Roberts AP, Rohling EJ (2013) Dynamics of Green Sahara Periods and Their Role in Hominin Evolution. PLoS ONE 8(10): e76514. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0076514
For the illustrations on the paper by Larrasoaña et al:
Dynamics of Green Sahara Periods and Their Role in Hominin Evolution - Scientific Figure on ResearchGate. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Reconstruction-of-North-African-vegetation-during-past-green-Sahara-periods-a_fig9_258066270 [accessed 19 Aug, 2019]
Paper on CO2 emissions from the oceans, with mention of the fact that the CO2 begins to be released earlier than they thought before. Meaning there you have your raise in CO2 leves, not man'made.
Direct links to contents mentioned in the context of earlier videos.
Links to the Nature and Science contents about the North American desert being “invaded” by grass and this being an environmental disaster.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation link, about the Australian desert getting more rain and having more wildfires because it has more vegetation: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-03-08/climate-change-could-bring-more-rain-to-deserts-study/7229236
Climate change News link with an unbiased statement about the Sahara getting more rain in recent years: http://www.climatechangenews.com/2015/06/22/sahel-gets-surprise-rainfall-boon-from-climate-change/
Refference and link to the "more CO2 more plant growth" paper: Dippery JK, Tissue DT, Thomas RB, Strain BR. 1995. Effects of low and elevated CO2 on C3 and C4 annuals. I. Growth and biomass allocation. Oecologia 101: 13–20 https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00328894
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