Caveman, we just as well give up and let them believe what they want to believe. It's a lost cause. A lot of leaders around the world - and the U.S. military - have already concluded that trying to mitigate the damage by reducing CO2 emission is a lost cause and are making plans to deal with the consequences. If the "Expert" in San Francisco wants to think it doesn't matter, let him.<quoted text>
Another country heard from! In this case, California, the land of fruits and nuts! Which one are you?!
My GGrandma thought the world was coming to an end in the 60's, the way we were acting. It didn't.
No soup for you! Back to the books!
What's it to you and me if all the polar ice caps melt? My old high school geology book says that if all the ice melted the seas would only rise 240 feet. We're two old Southern boys that live in places that are at over 400 feet elevation.
'Course San Francisco is only 91 feet, but, hey, all those wrecked, submerged buildings ought to make a great artificial reef. Good fishing.