nah, i clearly mocking the general trumper mentallity that we can magically turn back the clock and bring back obsolete jobs. sorry you were too booty bothered to see that.
Your Lord knows very well what is in your heart. Your soul suffices this day as a reckoner against you. I need no witnesses. You do not listen to your soul, but listen instead to your anger and your rage.
And if any place says that arable land is decreasing due to climate change, you can automatically be sure that they have a dishonest agenda and should throw them away. Even some reputable groups are falsely claiming arable land is "decreasing" due to global warming. Well, we just so happen to have evidence that arable land will vastly increase both from times past and from current trends. So if arable land is increasing (tundra thawing, mostly), how the hell could arable land also decrease? Sure, in specific locations, it will decrease, but, overall, it is increasing. It is quite disturbing how much of a "global warming is bad" bias there is. It's not 100% bad, not at all.
Check it out, in some groups (sites), they claim arable land is decreasing but pests will increase due to the warmer lands. Ugh...you can't have less arable land but more pests in the same land. The pests have to feed on plants/crops. So either the flora increases and the pests increase or they both decrease. They have such a clear agenda that they cannot keep their head out of their ass.
Here's what's really bad about global warming: poor farmers in India and Africa may lose arable land and it may be more difficult for them to farm or adapt.
Poor people are impacted the most. Coastal areas with poor people. Areas that were not necessarily super dry will become or have become super dry and are not longer arable...in poor people places. So this is a case for "help the poor" rather than "stop all things that may or may not contribute to global warming."
Last edited by dadudemon on Sep 19th, 2017 at 03:55 PM
Edit - Also, hypercanes seem to have been a very real thing in the past. Forget about the near fantasy of hypercanes, earth still experienced super hurricanes even in the last few hundred years (and they figured this out by examining sediments). Global warming should increase these (in number and intensity), right?