So hopefully something might hopefully happen to hopefully control the weather.<quoted text>
It's never about controlling Mother Nature, as I said before it's trying to stop Mother Nature giving us the finger. In otherwords reducing emissions, will hopefully reduce the occurrence of extreme weather in terms of frequency. It won't stop it altogether but it's a whole lot cheaper than having complete communities being blown away, flooded or burnt to the ground every other year. It effects tourism, cropping, transport, you name it extreme weather has costs that far exceed prevention insurance.(emission control)
Like this interesting article that highlights our effect on nature:
"Canada and the United States may have outsourced a large amount of manufacturing to China over the years, but a new study shows that pollution from heavy industry concentrated on the east coast of Asia is drifting across the Pacific Ocean and helping foul the air on North America’s west coast."
"The emissions from that outsourced production – which have contributed to pushing heavily polluted areas such as Los Angeles over air quality limits – have even greater impact on sparsely populated areas with less industry, such as British Columbia."
“I call it ‘cash and carry karma,’” she said.“The pollution comes back. It kind of just shows us – it’s one world.”
Well that explains it all.
You starting to see how desperate and ridiculous you sound.
You just keep hoping.