Ed Averill's Point Of View
It is shameful that the human race can be so smart as to be able to
ignore it's own science.
On the one hand, our uncertainty in understanding consequences of
change are large. Speculations on where the "tipping point" is
On the other hand, how do you want to find out?
It's a lot like having a huge log hanging out over the grand canyon,
and shimmying out the log to see how far over the edge you can safely
go. We as a race are trying to earn one huge Darwin Award.
Clearly, we should be quickly developing policy and enforcing actions
that reduce CO2 production ASAP.
People that stand in the way of that and/or obfuscate the knowledge we
have that shows the necessity of doing that are either sub-human, or as
an adjective, "human" has become derogatory.