Sigh. Rant number 2.
Those with their heads in the sand are leading the country. Denying science and driving a car, accepting medical care, using your computer, watching space craft orbit Saturn – it makes no sense. Is the science often wrong? Why, yes it is, or at least incomplete. New discoveries are being made all the time. But, and this is a rather big but, thinking an opinion is the same as a tested theory is just ridiculous. Yet, that is what our fearful leaders are doing.
Even Rex Tillerson, the former head of Exxon-Mobil wanted to stay in the Paris Agreement, so you can’t even claim this is a big business stance.
The future of climate change:
So what do we have to look forward to? Good times according to just about everyone. This from National Geographic:
Up to 13 million people along US coasts could be displaced by the end of this century. Most live in the Southeast, especially Florida.
The number of Americans who could be displaced by rising seas will triple by the end of this century. That’s the stark new conclusion of scientists who studied the impact of climate change on coastal areas.