"Most anti-GMO people are against it because they view it as a quick way to save a buck"
Have you ever read a Michael Chriton novel at all? I'd have to say most people against GMO are really against using the wild for laboratory accidents.
The most common replanted tree clone, Weyerhouser Supertrees, take 30 years to mature. You're also an idiot to plant monocultures of any tree, even Bamboo, which takes a few short months to mature. The reason is evolution and disease. Your chance of having those trees reach maturity is very low.
Oregon's done a lot since the "plant three for every one you take" rule came into effect; we now have forest fires instead of clear cuts. I am assuming the ecoterrorists like Tre Arrow actually prefer fires.
Or better yet, just institute the Oregon Protocol as international law: plant three trees for every one you cut down.
Not quite the same argument- the ship's captains records from 1750 can only track storms their ships observed. My argument is that until *very* recently, there were many areas of the remote ocean that were simply not monitored, thus the claim of "3 major hurricanes at once for the first time on record" means very little given the fact that we don't know what was happening in remote parts of the globe in 1750, only what was happening in the shipping lanes. And even then, the type of instruments used to detect global warming today are many orders of magnitude more accurate than those from 1750.
Spotty recordkeeping existed before the 1890s, true, but complete recordkeeping had to wait for satellite data.
I'm showing my age as a programmer- like windowed functions (which I learned about in just the last year) this is the first that I've heard of Except and Intersect unions. They'd certainly run faster.
Select Table1.ID from Table1 Left Join Table2 on Table1.ID=Table2.ID where Table2.ID is Null
Promising costs nothing, it's the delivering that kills you.