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Politics : Formerly About Apple, Inc. Unmoderated
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To: Doren who wrote (9763)11/19/2019 10:12:07 AM
From: handyman  Read Replies (2) of 10815
So to be clear you are predicting mass starvation from crop failure and no more fish worldwide. I wonder if you could put an approximate time to that dire prediction.

I am curious because these same calamitous predictions were made 70 years ago about the great freeze and 40 years ago about the great warming.

I’ll give you my prediction. Not only will the climate change but it is wholly in line with the history of the planet and that the small infinitesimal warming that will take place will be a boom to farmers and fisheries around the globe.

This is much like the boom it has been to the polar bears who were predicted to be extinct by now but are instead thriving in great numbers.

The boogie man of CO2 is a scientific hoax and in fact will be seen as a savior to the planet rather than a menace that causes catastrophe but that is for another time when I will likely be a distant memeory of having even existed on the planet.

In any event I wonder how you live your daily life in terms of family and yourself thinking that the planet is on borrowed time. If I thought that way I’d have trouble sleeping at night.

I often think of all the information Obama had to these scientists and he is a very smart man. Why do you think he has invested millions of dollars in beach front property in Martha’s Vineyard.
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