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Old 02-03-2023, 06:02 PM
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Question The True Epoch Of Mankind's Creation & Ultimate Demise


“God Envisioned, and Genius Created”, Until We Mere Mortals Began To Declare War Even Upon Humanity Itself - “And Until We Were Nearly Decimated and Destroyed Forever?!”

And What Pathetic Creatures – a few of ‘These Wee-Little Political-Bugger- Suckers’ Are – Even To This Very Day! “As What Really Matters The Most, Is Often Right Here Upon This Very Planet – And Usually, Right Now!”

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Old 02-04-2023, 07:21 AM
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Question Man is his own worst enemy of late

A post stated: Human Civilization Will Crumble by 2050 If We Don't Stop Climate Change Now, the New Paper Claims:
By: Brandon Specktor - Live Science News: 06-04-19

Note: This writer in 2019 concluded based on our current understanding back then -
went on to say the following:

It seems every week there's a scary new report about how man-made climate change is going to cause the collapse of the world's ice sheets, result in the extinction of up to 1 million animal species and — if that wasn't bad enough — make our beer very, very expensive. This week, a new policy paper from an Australian think tank claims that those other reports are slightly off; the risks of climate change are actually much, much worse than anyone can imagine.

According to the paper, climate change poses a "near- to mid-term existential threat to human civilization," and there's a good chance society could collapse as soon as 2050 if serious mitigation actions aren't taken in the next decade.

Published by the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration in Melbourne (an independent think tank focused on climate policy) and authored by a climate researcher and a former fossil fuel executive, the paper's central thesis is that climate scientists are too restrained in their predictions of how climate change will affect the planet in the near future. [Top 9 Ways the World Could End]

The current climate crisis, they say, is larger and more complex than any humans have ever dealt with before. General climate models — like the one that the United Nations' Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) used in 2018 to predict that a global temperature increase of 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit (2 degrees Celsius) could put hundreds of millions of people at risk — fail to account for the sheer complexity of Earth's many interlinked geological processes; as such, they fail to adequately predict the scale of the potential consequences. The truth, the authors wrote, is probably far worse than any models can fathom.

He goes on to say: How the World Ends:

What might an accurate worst-case picture of the planet's climate-addled future actually look like, then? The authors provide one particularly grim scenario that begins with world governments "politely ignoring" the advice of scientists and the will of the public to decarbonize the economy (finding alternative energy sources), resulting in a global temperature increase 5.4 F (3 C) by the year 2050. At this point, the world's ice sheets vanish; brutal droughts kill many of the trees in the Amazon rainforest (removing one of the world's largest carbon offsets); and the planet plunges into a feedback loop of ever-hotter, ever-deadlier conditions.

"Thirty-five percent of the global land area, and 55 percent of the global population, are subject to more than 20 days a year of lethal heat conditions, beyond the threshold of human survivability," the authors hypothesized.

Meanwhile, droughts, floods and wildfires regularly ravage the land. Nearly one-third of the world's land surface turns to desert. Entire ecosystems collapse, beginning with the planet's coral reefs, the rainforest and the Arctic ice sheets. The world's tropics are hit hardest by these new climate extremes, destroying the region's agriculture and turning more than 1 billion people into refugees.

This mass movement of refugees — coupled with shrinking coastlines and severe drops in food and water availability — begin to stress the fabric of the world's largest nations, including the United States. Armed conflicts over resources, perhaps culminating in nuclear war, are likely.

The result, according to the new paper, is "outright chaos" and perhaps "the end of human global civilization as we know it."

How can this catastrophic vision of the future be prevented? Only with the people of the world accepting climate change for the emergency it is and getting to work — immediately. According to the paper's authors, the human race has about one decade left to mount a global movement to transition the world economy to a zero-carbon-emissions system. (Achieving zero-carbon emissions requires either not emitting carbon or balancing carbon emissions with carbon removal.) The effort required to do so "would be akin in scale to the World War II emergency mobilization," the authors wrote.

The new policy paper was endorsed with a foreword by Adm. Chris Barrie, a retired Australian defense chief and senior royal navy commander who has testified before the Australian Senate about the devastating possibilities climate change poses to national security and overall human well-being.

"I told the [Senate] Inquiry that, after nuclear war, human-induced global warming is the greatest threat to human life on the planet," Barrie wrote in the new paper. "Human life on Earth may be on the way to extinction, in the most horrible way."
Personal note(s): I feel there are only two ways man will cease to exist:
Nuclear - and/or - Bio-logical contaminations.
We see nuclear as a deterrent - but the main cause will be pollution and/or decease.
(Earlier post) - The Reality of Climate Change: 10 Myths Busted
By Jeanna Bryner published 04-04-12
When will mankind cease to exist?
Have You Ever Wondered...
a. Will humans become extinct?
b. What things have caused past mass extinctions?
c. What factors could cause a future mass-extinction?
d. Could it be our deforestation, and pollution that could be
pushing us toward the brink of another mass extinction?

To read more (see link below):
Existential climate-related security risk: A scenario approach (link above)
Again - look at what we are leaving behind - once we are gone. Mankind
seems to ruin most everything over time - what was once - will be no more!

O Almighty Lord God, who neither slumberest nor sleepest; Protect and assist, we beseech thee, all those who at home or abroad, by land, by sea, or in the air, are serving this country, that they, being armed with thy defence, may be preserved evermore in all perils; and being filled with wisdom and girded with strength, may do their duty to thy honour and glory; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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