World warming (at current rates): Mass extinctions,
When the world gets warmer, 90% of life dies out? Man, there is just no optimism whatsoever in these future predictions.
I do admit that ocean acidification may be a problem for the world, but saying that crustaceans and coral will go extinct is crazy. These creatures have survived ocean acidifications hundreds of times before, and have come out.
For example, the fish and shrimp I keep in my aquarium is resistant to almost any impurity in the water, high salinity, low salinity, high ph, low ph, etc.
melting of glaciers,
As I said, glaciers and cold climates are deadly to life. The melting of glaciers is good.
extreme drought and food shortages,
Even though global warming makes the world better for plants and animals, there will be food shortages?
rising sea levels,
Yes, this is an issue.
With global warming, hurricanes will become extremely infrequent. But yes, the ones we have will be stronger.
So when the world gets warmer, superviruses instantly generate?
collapse of food chains, loss of habitat, etc. etc etc...
The world does better in hot temperatures. History has proven this for millions of years.
Why aren't land animals huge like they were in the Mesozoic? The ice caps.
Keep on spouting your nonsense but you're 100% wrong. Fact.
Thanks for the attitude, Mr. Moderator.
Benefits to plants from CO2 are offset by negative effects from drought,
Warm = wet. During a glacial period, much of the world turns to desert.
Weeds are a threat to plants, whether the world be 6 degrees warmer or 6 degrees cooler.
and increased temperature.
Increased temperatures are good for plants, for the fifith time.
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