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Offline Gorgeous Graham

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Re: Technical Solutions - CO2 Removal
« on: November 27, 2017, 08:37:15 am »
And that presumes the incremental benefit of deploying such devices is the best use of resources. It is likely that cost-benefit analysis would establish that directing resources to adaptation makes more economic sense than spending various technical hail marys that will most likely never accomplish their stated goals.

What's the cost efficiency of however many species going extinct because of climate change?

At this point I think it's fine if the next few generations of humans have to see hundreds of millions of people die or see reduced standard of living or shortened lives due to reduced standard of living in order to now screw up the planet royally.  It's pretty selfish of our generations of people to harm the planet so badly for our own wants & needs.  You can't replace species & habitats, without going all Jurassic Park.  The earth could use a good human culling anyways.   :-\
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