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Flat White

The science is settled? I’m an engineer, and I’m not

11 October 2019

5:17 PM

11 October 2019

5:17 PM

Climate change, it seems, is a pill that has to be swallowed whole or not at all. Swallowing this pill means believing in all of the following propositions: the climate is warming, it will keep warming, the consequences will be catastrophic, it is caused by mankind’s releasing of the earth’s buried carbon stores, our only response must be to reduce our emissions immediately, it’s the government’s job to fix it and currently our irresponsible leaders are doing nothing.

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