It’s a natural cycle that we can’t change and thus shouldn’t use to justify taxes. In fact, if we

Author: BaronVonZemo (23438 Posts - Joined: Nov 19, 2010)
Posted at 9:31 am on Feb 9, 2019

did ever succeed in changing it, we would likely screw ourselves royally as a species all so that you could keep your precious status quo for your own personal lifetime at the expense of all.

The MIT estimated that if every aspect of the Paris Accord was in full global compliance, we could have a best case scenario of a 0.4 degree F less of a rise in 100 years which is insignificant.

In the meantime, if you nudge this natural cycle balance even slightly, you could find yourself with either greater warming or worse yet, a harsher rebound Ice Age.

Even if you could change the climate, there isn’t nearly enough evidence to make an informed decision on whether it is safe and prudent to do so. You could also move the cities for far lease than what I being proposed.

It is as ever in our world. Adapt or die.


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