appendix
GAYA 1 – 5
5
BASICS
5_8
Stefan RahmstorfGerman oceanographer and climatologist.
Since 2000, Prof.at Potsdam University [Physics of the Oceans].
Ph.D. in oceanography from Victoria University of Wellington.
His work focuses on the role of ocean currents in climate change.
BLOG_www.realclimate.org
[has been described by Nature as one of the top-5 science blogs in 2006]
5_8_1    Eart 101_TALKS
CONTEXT_Earth101 is a part of series of lectures given at the University of Iceland
5_7   SEA LEVEL
Rising Seas: How Fast, How Far
. Stefan Rahmstorf . 2016 05 25 . Earth 101 . University of Iceland
5_6    EXTREME WEATHER
Extreme Weather: What Role Does Global Warming Play? . Stefan Rahmstorf . 2016 05 25 . Earth101 .  University of Iceland
5_6_1    Jet stream
The Jet Stream is Getting Weird
data source:
Jeff Masters, Scientific American, 2014
Scientific American  311 [68 - 75]
5_6_1_1   jet stream_MAP
5_5    OCEAN currents
Is the Gulf Stream System Slowing?. Stefan Rahmstorf . 2016 05 25 . Earth101 .  University of Iceland
5_4   global AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
The Climate Crisis. Stefan Rahmstorf . 2013 10 05 . Earth101 .  University of Iceland
citation_21m15s
global average tempertaure
it is composed of:
ocean surface tempertature [g.a.]
land surface temperature [g.a.]

"The area of the oceans remains cooler, than over land,
in a scenario [projection/simulation] where we have a global average temperature rise of eg. 4 degrees C, most land areas have warmed by more than 6 degrees C."
5_4_1   
arctic ice video. Peter Sinclair . 2013 10 05 . Earth101
5_3   temperature rise_TALK
Erhitzung der Erde. Stefan Rahmstorf. 2017 03 20 . gruene/germany
5_1  Robert G. Fovell_23 lectures
University of California, Los Angeles, Professor ofAtmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Meteorology: An Introduction to the Wonders of the Weather. 2010
TTC_The Teaching Company, Course 1796
5_2  Richard Wilson_12 lectures
Middlebury College, Ph.D., Dartmouth College
Earth's Changing Climate . 2007
TTC_The Teaching Company, Course 1219
5_0  Martin Persson_LECTURE
Assistant Professor at Physical Resource Theory at Department of Energy & Environment at Chalmers University of Technology
Earth´s Climate and Climate Change . 2014
CONTEXT_Earth´s Climate and Climate Change is a PhD course held at Gothenburg University
50
MAPS
500
SUMMARY
4
THEORY
4_6    SCALABILITY
Bondi, André B.
Characteristics of scalability and their impact on performance. Proceedings of the second international workshop on Software and performance – WOSP '00. p. 195. ISBN 158113195X. doi:10.1145/350391.350432 , 2000
SCALABILITY is the capability of a system, network, or process to handle a growing amount of work, or its potential to be enlarged in order to accommodate that growth. [Bondi, André B. 2000].
3_3  SCIENTIFIC PROCESS + ethics ++
Nima Arkani-Hamed
(Persian: نیما ارکانی حامد‎‎) (born 1972)
is an American-Canadian theoretical physicist of Iranian descent, with interests in high-energy physics, string theory and cosmology.
Arkani-Hamed is now on the faculty at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, and director of The Center for Future High Energy Physics (CFHEP) in China, Beijing. He was formerly a professor at Harvard University and the University of California, Berkeley.

Philosophy of Science ++
2016 07 25 . Cornell University

the strategies the science community uses to achieve to work together on one common goal [over such a long period of time].
The "rules" that define the society of science.
_there is a TRUTH out there, wit a capital T and we try to find it [06:00]
strategies to most successfully ectract the truth:

_be honest with yourself and with others [11:20]

_it doesn't matter who you are, only the content of your ideas are relevant [12:20]

_In Science we have heros not prophets [Steve Weinberg] [13:50]

_We are never in the posession of the whole truth, and never pretend to have complete certainty [14:30]

_we do the best we can and boldly extrapolate ideas we have most confidence in. [15:00]

_be tolerant to other peoples ideas, keep an open mind[15:40]

_it is necessary to be Intolerant + harshly judgemental of ideas that are not perfectly honest, intelectually lazy [especially your own] [16:40]
4_5    
Erich Fromm
a German social psychologist, psychoanalyst, sociologist, humanistic philosopher.
[books:The Art of Loving,...check it out!]
“A technological civilization is programmed by the principal that something ought to be done if it is technologically possible.
If it is possible to make nuclear weapons, they must be built even if they destroy us all.”

4_4    power
Hannah Arendt
[1906 - 1975] German-born, American political theorist.
topics ranging from totalitarianism to epistemology, had a lasting influence on political philosophy

Persecution of powerless or power-losing groups may not be a very pleasant spectacle, but it does not spring from human meanness alone. 

What makes men obey or tolerate real power and, on the other hand, hate people who have wealth without power, is the rational instinct that power has a certain function and is of some general use.
Even exploitation and oppression still make society work and establish some kind of order.

Only wealth without power or aloofness without a policy are felt to be parasitical, useless, revolting, because such conditions cut all the threads which tie men together.
Wealth which does not exploit lacks even the relationship which exists between exploiter and exploited; 
aloofness without policy does not imply even the minimum concern of the oppressor for the oppressed.

[The Origins of Totalitarianism, 1951, Part 1, Ch. 1, § 1.].
4_3
Gaia hypothesis. James Lovelock and codeveloped by Lynn Margulis. hypothesis . 1974 .  Atmospheric homeostasis by and for the biosphere: the Gaia hypothesis

... proposes that organisms interact with their inorganic surroundings on Earth to form a synergistic self-regulatingcomplex system that helps to maintain and perpetuate the conditions for life on the planet.
4_1   human condition
The Russell Brand, On Scientism VS Oneness . 2016 07
3
CRITIQUE
3_2  skeptic
nominee to head the EPA - Environmental Protection Agency: Scott Pruitt
Hearing _Senate committee on environment and public works U.S [Sen. Bernie Sander]_ 2017 01
3_2  skeptic
Canadian Senate . Climate Science and Economics Hearing at the Senate committee on environment and public works U>S> . 2011 10 15 . [critiques]
3_1  IPPC critique
on IPPC . 2011 . Climategate 'hide the decline' explained by Berkeley professor Richard A. Muller
2
MEDIA
2_1    Wait but Why_BLOG
Tim Urban
How Tesla Will Change The World
2015 06 02
steam engine
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Energy Flow Chart
[PJ_ petajoules. 1 petajoule = 1 quadrillion joules ]
World_2011
2_2
The Dirty Secret of the World’s Plan to Avert Climate Disaster. Climate Science and Economic . 
2017 12 10, wired
capturing carbon dioxide before emmitting is included in a lot of studies
2_4    AGU_CONFERENCE
CONTEXT_ AGU, American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting, New Orleans
 2 dergree goal passed
"The window of opportunity for actually limiting global warming to well below 2 degrees is actually falling shut on us as we speak." [Stefan Rahmstorf]
2_4_1  
Climate Solutions_Press conference
2017 12 13 . Stefan Rahmstorf, Sarah Myhre, Richard Alley,Michael Mann
2_4_2
Climate Solutions_GC23H
2017 12 16 . David Titley, Sarah E Myhre, Irena F Creed, Yangyang Xu
Policy, Planning, Science and Engineering in Uncertain Political and Economic Times
2_5  James Hansen_TALK
James Hansen is an American adjunct professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University.
From 1981 to 2013, he was the head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies.
He is best k nown for his research in climatology, his 1988 Congressional testimony on climate change that helped raise broad awareness of global warming, and his advocacy of action to avoid dangerous climate change.

2017 03 08 . Jim Hansen explains the Climate Crisis
2_6  Gavin Schmidt_TALK
Nasa / GISS [Goddard Institute for Space Studies]
Director of GISS and Principal Investigator for the GISS ModelE Earth System Model
The emergent patterns of climate change. 2014
CONTEXT_TED [Technology, Entertainment, Design conference]
2_7  Naom Chmosky_TALK
Noam Chomsky is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, social critic, and political activist.
Climate Change Speech 2017
2_9    critique on media
Climate Scientists Canceling Their New York Times Subscription Over Hiring of Climate Denialist Bret Stephens.
2017 04 27
Stefan Rahmstorf's letter to the New York Times.
0
CULTURE
0_3
Princess Mononoke 1997 . Hayao Miyazaki . Studio Gibli . jap anim
0_2
Spirited Away . 2001. Hayao Miyazaki . Studio Gibli . jap anim . Chihiro Ogino . Bu $19 mio. Bo $264 mio
0_1
Life Aquatic. 2004 . Wes Anderson . Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Cate Blanchett, Anjelica Huston, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum . bg: $50 million, bo: $34 million
[An homage to French diving pioneer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, and everything else what is important in life.]
1
CONNECTIONS
1_2    food shortage_TALK
Barack Obama
Climate change will lead to food shortages
2017 05 09, CNN
speaking at the Global Food Innovation Summit
1_3    oil industry_5 degree_ARTICLE
BP and Shell planning for catastrophic 5°C global warming by 2050
2017 10 27, Independent
graph_forecast shell
ARTICLE_https://unearthed.greenpeace.org/2015/07/20/factcheck-are-shell-bp-serious-about-climate-action/
1_2    food shortage_TALK
Barack Obama
Climate change will lead to food shortages
2017 05 09, CNN
speaking at the Global Food Innovation Summit
1_1    desertification_VIDEO
Thomas L. Friedman
Trump, Niger and Connecting the Dots
2017 10 31, New York Times
investigates the increasing population of climate refugees
May 12th, 2018