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How much global warming by 2100?


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No, it is Man who made that choice, long ago, though only now are the consequences being felt...

Perhaps he did not chooses to heat the planet. He did however choose to desecrate his own house. He did this seeing the damage, and Nature warned him. When Nature warned him, Man doubled down. When it warned him once more, for spite, he doubled down once again...

Man has long known that the ice will melt, and now some degree of warming is inevitable. So be it. Will he now take his lesson and change his ways? I doubt it... but Nature is as patient as it is harsh.

What is it to fear? If death is an end, then so be it. For there is no pain in that, except the pain that is left to the living. And if death is not an end, then what more than a wonderful journey...


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Perhaps global temperatures will rise by 33 degrees?

 

Why my posts cannot be edited after one day? They are not formatted correctly...


What is it to fear? If death is an end, then so be it. For there is no pain in that, except the pain that is left to the living. And if death is not an end, then what more than a wonderful journey...


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Hopefully we won't be on the planet by then or we're living on Antarctica

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And what of your brothers and sisters, the animals?

 

Will you take them with you too?

 

Introducing them to other places even on Earth has proven so successful in the past... I am sure the wolves and the cattle will fare well on the deserts of Titan, the endless superstorms of Neptune...

 

Perhaps you will abandon the 'weak' to their fate? Then you had best find strength indeed, Man, for you will find yourselves all alone in a world without these...

 

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What is it to fear? If death is an end, then so be it. For there is no pain in that, except the pain that is left to the living. And if death is not an end, then what more than a wonderful journey...


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And what of your brothers and sisters, the animals?

 

Will you take them with you too?

 

Introducing them to other places even on Earth has proven so successful in the past... I am sure the wolves and the cattle will fare well on the deserts of Titan, the endless superstorms of Neptune...

 

Perhaps you will abandon the 'weak' to their fate? Then you had best find strength indeed, Man, for you will find yourselves all alone in a world without these...

 

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Well we could take animals to another planet, but let's examine something. Here in Australia, the British brought in many introduced species, and to this day it dramatically effects biodiversity, and the environment. Now imagine doing that on a completely different planet, one which has most likely followed a completely different path of evolution, the effect would be catastrophic to that planets natural environment and natural species.






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