When is eco-doomsday ?

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  1. bricklayer

    bricklayer Well-Known Member Donor

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    So, when is the next eco-doomsday scheduled? I lose track what with so many of them having come and gone over the years. I've heard 12 years. I've heard the day after tomorrow. Most of Al Gore's predictions have come and gone. We still have ice in the arctic. Still have glaciers. But eco-doomsayers are still saying that eco-doom is coming. "The ice is melting. The ice is melting." So, when is the next eco-doomsday scheduled?

    Humanity is not going to do any, and I mean ANY, of the things that eco-doomsayers say must be done to save the planet. So it should be easy to figure out. When is eco-doomsday?
     
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    When really matters. When are we going to see the flooding that Al Gore showed us in "An Inconvenient Truth"?
    When is Martha's Vineyard going to be evacuated? When is beachfront property going to decline in value?
    When exactly is all of this supposed to happen because when matters. It really matters.

    The climate is changing at about the speed of evolution. Tectonic plates go faster. So, so many eco-doomsday predictions have come and gone. All of Al Gore's eco-doomsday predictions have come and gone. I don't see it happening at a rate that should be of much concern and absolutely nothing even remotely like the rate that eco-doomsayers predicted.
     

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