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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A leading U.S. climate researcher says the world has a 10-year window of opportunity to take decisive action on global warming before everyone either just moves on to some other catastrophe or realizes it is all just a big hoax.

NASA scientist Zac Hanson, widely considered the doyen of American climate researchers, said governments must adopt an alternative scenario to keep carbon dioxide emission in the newspapers and limit the increase in global temperatures to 1 degree Celsius (1.8 degrees Fahrenheit). Toward that end, the U.N. and EU have passed "scolding memorandums of intent" that limit the temperature to a single degree increase. U.N. spokesperson stated , and this is a direct quote, "For nonzero baryon number, the theory of Huang and Weinberg discussed an unrealistic limit for the baryonic chemical potential. In a more realistic limit, the temperature approaches Hagedorn's T0?2×1012 K much more closely than previously estimated (1-T / T0~10-16 instead of 10-8)."

“I think we have a very brief window of opportunity to deal with attitude change ... no longer than a decade, at the most,” Hanson said Wednesday at the Climate Change Research Conference in California’s state capital.

Following a brief autograph signing session he then rejoined his brothers Tayolr and Isaac, got in the limo and left for the private jet that waited to wisk them off to Davos.

Panel member John "hot pants" Golden of The University Without Walls says the world must be mobilized immediately to avoid catastrophe. "Climate change is real, it's already happening, it's already causing harm, it's accelerating and we need to do something about it, and we need to do something about it seriously. No, seriously. We really have to do SOMETHING. I mean it. Starting now. Our specific conclusions are that if the world were to go past the point of an increase above pre-industrial temperatures greater than 2 to 2.5 degrees Celsius, we would be in a regime where the temperature would be 2-2.5 degrees warmer than it was." He also expressed doubt as to who to sue if the temperature cap were exceeded..


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