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Comment: Re:unfair policy (Score 1) 194

by GameboyRMH (#47802139) Attached to: Study: Antarctic Sea-Level Rising Faster Than Global Rate

I thought you'd link to the sun engulfing the earth. By the time the climate's on the path to being Venus-like, we'd be knocked back to the stone age or worse, slowing climate change to a pace evolution might be able to keep up with. I'm sure some extremophiles would hang on at the very least.

Comment: Re:What will it take? (Score 1) 194

by GameboyRMH (#47801245) Attached to: Study: Antarctic Sea-Level Rising Faster Than Global Rate

(I don't mean the people who question how to address the problem - that's still legitimately an open question - or the severity of the problem, I mean the people still in denial that there's a problem at all.)

Careful what you wish for - the next, and final stage in the evolution of climate denialism is for it to take a rather different, more difficult form:

Climate obstructionism.

Comment: Re:Ah good, the most important point addressed (Score 1) 140

by GameboyRMH (#47769019) Attached to: Climate Scientist Pioneer Talks About the Furture of Geoengineering

Oh so now the climate's really important to you?

I'll see your reasons for having a nicer climate and raise you 1 mass extinction. What's your plan for that, sprinkle hunger-suppressing drugs into the water?

If we're being responsible, it's not about choosing between cutting sunlight and cutting CO2 emissions, it's about CO2 cuts first and then maybe cutting sunlight. Just cutting sunlight and acting like it's fixing global warming is a joke (the punchline is mass extinction again! Hahaha!).

A good way to keep a few billion people from starving to death is to have a few billion less people in the future. We're starting to get population levels under control, so we're on the right path as long as we never, ever follow the advice of the nutball economists suggesting we should increase poopulation levels to keep their silly game running (I guess we need more unemployed people?).

Pound for pound, the amoeba is the most vicious animal on earth.