Hi there! :P
“Sea-level rise was to be referred to as ‘nuisance flooding.’ ”
Quite. It's a nuissance when one cannot use the car park in the basement, and has to use the kajak to negotiate reception at ground floor.
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But that's why we have chemtrails, Tollie.
I do think that Malthus was right but about three hundred years too early. The newest UN projection is that the globe will bear a human population of 11 billion in 2100. That could be the point of inflection of the size of the human population. I don't see a world of 11 billion humans as being within the globe's carrying capacity.
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11 billion? Methinks Soylent Green may turn out to be not fiction but prediction.
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OMB Director Mulvaney: Climate Change Research ‘A Waste of Your Money’
Thursday at the White House press briefing while answering questions about President Donald Trump’s “America First Budget,” Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney called climate change research “a waste of your money” regarding proposed cuts in that area.
Mulvaney said “A couple of different messages, when we talk about science and climate change — let’s deal with them separately. On science, we’re going to focus on the core function. There are reductions in the NIH, National Institutes of Health. Why? Because we think there’s been mission creep, we think there are things outside their core function. We think there’s tremendous opportunity for savings. We recommend a couple of facilities can be combined and there is cost savings from that.”
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