There's no limit to human stupidity just look at DuPont for example and the Russian, Us 1960's nuclear tests in space we Do things that can vastly tip the scale, then there non human influence like as mentioned meteroid colision outside our detectors scope of range, yellow stone erupting these type of circumimstsnces that are out of our control is what I mean by the prediction and it's reality I'm not in am misconception about the carbon output, there's the microscopic plastic problem too that major city's have with humans in subways wearing polymers that get into the air and we breath long term effects? Unknown things like that I mean I get there's certain science that's proven and fact I don't dispute it I have no position too.billvon wrote: ↑Aug 07 2019 4:03pmBecause some changes are "baked in" at this point - even if we stopped emitting all CO2 tomorrow (which we won't.)We do have a pretty good idea. So again, saying 'no one knows' is like saying 'no one knows if smoking causes cancer' as a reason to keep smoking.other than we are screwed no one knows, becuase it can end in so many different ways can we predict everything ?
I hate the fact that local goverment makes a big shout out about the issues and continues to feed itself from greed behind closed doors and ignore true scientific input, I believe we are at a position in most country's like Africa were Nelson Mandela rose and held the system accountable and that's is the issue goverment are to short sited and full of greed to make a true difference in a way that is needed.