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Response to GliderGuider (Original post)

Wed Apr 27, 2016, 06:19 AM

2. What an honest and factual article. I'm pleasantly shocked by the integrity of the authors.

 

> The economic models that are used to inform climate policy currently contain
> an unhealthy dose of wishful thinking. Technologies that remove carbon dioxide
> from the air are assumed in the models that avoid dangerous climate change
> but such technologies do not yet exist and it is unclear whether they could be
> deployed at a meaningful scale.

> But it is hazardous to rely on science fiction in the development of the scenarios
> that are used to inform policymakers. To include scenarios for avoiding dangerous
> climate change that employ entirely speculative approaches seems reckless in the extreme.



The BAU crowd will be hitting the panic button in order to get this smothered
before it is repeated and heard by the populous ... and before people start to
ask "WHY IS THIS BEING IGNORED FOR THE SAKE OF GREED?" ...

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