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New Yorker on bad assumptions about climate
I will also reference other articles that bear on the logic of Garddenworld. To start, from the New Yorker
Even at this late date, expressions of unrealistic hope continue to abound. Hardly a day seems to pass without my reading that it’s time to “roll up our sleeves” and “save the planet”; that the problem of climate change can be “solved” if we summon the collective will. Although this message was probably still true in 1988, when the science became fully clear, we’ve emitted as much atmospheric carbon in the past thirty years as we did in the previous two centuries of industrialization. The facts have changed, but somehow the message stays the same.
I should have pointed out that this article is two years old, so much the better for the article so much of the worst for us