Planetary warming trends – I can see the future

So when we woke up this morning and the world is about to end. According to a simulation of planetary warming trends, failure to drastically cut greenhouse gas pollution within the next half century could choke Earth’s oceans for the next 100,000 years. Can you believe it the next 100,000 years? Here is the plan to save the earth as we just move relatively rapidly towards a carbon-neutral global economy, with greenhouse emissions peaking by 2050. This would result in circa-2100 temperatures about 6 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than now. Though terrestrially dramatic, such a rise would produce long-term ocean warming peaking in several thousand years at about 2 degrees Fahrenheit. Such a rise would fall well within the range of ocean adaptation. Anytime these global warming tree hugging people get up on the soapbox, they sound so doom and gloom about things that are hundreds if not thousands of years away. The problem we have with any of this is if you cannot tell me when it going to rain or snow. If you tell me it will snow and the accumulation will be five inches and we only get one or this in reverse. How many times have you been told it was going to be a beautiful day and have been caught in the rain? The problem how can you say what is going to happen this far into the future when you can not even predict with any accuracy what is going to happen in the next 24 hours. We understand when we make this argument tree huggers say the climate for weather is always changing. This excuse by its very nature is the reason these doom and gloom philosophy are just to improbable to believe.

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