1 Reply Latest reply: Nov 26, 2015 9:20 PM by nirmalan RSS

    Climate Change, can the ill-effects be reduced without pushing mankind back to the Stone Age?

    johnlthompson C4D Enthusiast
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      It is beyond debate that climate change is occurring.  Hotter summers, colder winters, longer droughts, vicious flooding, more ferocious weather systems like hurricanes and typhoons these are the manifestations that are increasingly happening. As the discussion among governments and scientists continues, the most difficult question that needs to be addressed is - can the ill-effects of climate change be reduced, and how can we do so without pushing mankind back to the Stone Age?  

        • Re: Climate Change, can the ill-effects be reduced without pushing mankind back to the Stone Age?
          nirmalan C4D Extraordinaire

          If you look at it from the macro level...millions of years...then yes...and I think we should be grateful for global warming...all we need to do is to "manage" it and bring it into "synchronicity" with the Milankovitch cycles...whcih will of course demand the reconceptualization of the concept of growth and make it also cyclical and synchronistic with the Milankovitch cycle...and everything will get batter and make more sense...qwe eill have enough time to plan things as a species between the hundred thousand year or so "spurts" of growth that will release CO2 and warm the planet in preparation for the task of holding off the ice ages....this will also enable us to get out of our individual identities that are generated by the illusion of autonomy that we celebrate as reality...we have a great future as a species if we are willing to work on it...and you are the first person here who asked this very sensible question so I have hope that the 6000 or 7000 people who are required to reach the required level of perceptual capacity to handle this job will emerge soon...