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Fri Sep 25, 2020 8:24 pm
how is this warming good to humanity , you call it a benefit - explain please , and where do you see a cooling climate , explain that too
The benefit of warming is that humanity is capable of sustaining more people on the face of this Earth, without devastating the environment in humanities effort for survival.
Should the climate cool, and agricultural resources become scarce due to less rainfall and less arable land, Humanity would kill everything in it's quest for survival. There would likely be some insect species that would go extinct because we would decimate them as a quick food source. The oceans would be stripped of pretty much all sustainable fisheries. And if you go for the emotional side, it would also be the end of all whale species as half the crew of The Sea Shepherd wood choose suicide, and the other half would start eating whale shortly after the remaining crew became emaciated. On top of that, in the pursuit of every food resource available to feed those starving people, no regard would be given to the environmental damage in that endeavor. Cleanup of oil spills, toxic waste, nuclear waste, recycling, are all out the window as every effort is put into survival in a game that all the players know ends in most starving anyway.
This is a very important article that you need to read.
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... 1076835446
Regardless of whether or not anthropogenic climate change is a significant factor in the earth warming, we had better hope it continues to warm until we reign in the population problem on this Earth. But the key takeaway from this is that the population problem to which I refer, is not a problem so long as the climate is warming. Therefore, any means by which warming happens while human beings are still too irresponsible to control the human population, gives us a little bit of time to figure this one out. And pretty much without any debate, it is 99.9% expected that a starving population of humanity will do much more destruction to ecosystems, and the pollution problem on this planet will get much worse, then we could ever do from emitting additional CO2 in a warming environment.
CO2 emissions are as much of a problem as a stubbed toe. However, global cooling is a large-caliber bullet speeding to us from somewhere at some distance that we are unsure of. Which problem should we really focus on?