- Jan 1, 1970
Not catastrophe, just progressively increasing difficulties. One of the
adaptions we may have to make is giving up on agriculture - we've spent
the last ten thousand years selectively breeding our food crops to do
well in the more or less stable climate we've enjoyed for most of this
interglacial. Change the climate and they won't be well adapted any
<snipped the usual twaddle>
The Twaddle is yours. A fraction of a degree climate change is what most
of us call "normal", but you alarmists call a "disaster". Of course your
fear in the marketplace isn't what HAS gone on, but rather the curves you
generate by taking a ruler and extending any up-tick you find off the
Talk about plant catastrophe, Monsanto seems to have installed
mitochondria that make roundup in many important food plants (like oats)
so they'll be immune to the weed killer. Never mind what it might do to
US sucking in all that roundup! And they've so contaminated the fields
with their Frankenstein monstrosity that now you simply CANNOT find a
field free of contamination no matter how careful you try to control your
seeds. And the bonus? Well, then Monsanto will sue you for millions for
patent infringement because you are "using" their round-up genes that
THEY contaminated you with! Sweet.
Obviously they are cut from the same cloth as all the climate warmists.
Your ass in already in a sling and you are off chasing some false useless
theory that you hope to get rich off of. Shame on you.