Climate change and human exhalation pollution: is there anything it can’t do?
Latest study says climate change — the warming part of it, though, not the cooling part, which is caused by the warming part, or else vice versa (please, stop getting caught up in the details, anti-science denialists; it’s very technical and you, with your god and your guns and your racism wouldn’t understand the nuances of the calculations involved) — can cause wars.
– Which, if you think about it, is factually unassailable: wars occur between people, and people produce the very CO2 that is poisoning the earth, leading to warming (and the cooling caused by warming; or vice versa. SHUT UP, RACISTS!). Therefore, or ergo, CO2, produced by humans, is tied to human activity, including wars.
Of course, it’s also tied, by that same logic, to innovation, cures for disease, charity, kindness, and the invention of noble, necessary theories calling for the regulation of human exhalation.
But again, that’s just a sophistic distraction, pointing that out. Because be quiet, you bitterclinging denialists, with your metaphysical crutches.
Man can and must control the environment. Even if that means breathing and polluting while doing so. Because there’s a remedy: get rid of the bad kind of people so that the good kind can go on breathing for the sake of helping the planet escape human poison.
And of course, avoid wars.