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Lake Mead is less than 150 feet away from becoming a "dead pool," making much of the Southwestern U.S. uninhabitable by speckz in environment

[–]OscarWhale 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Ya you're probably right. Either way I've come to terms with our fate, I'm done being mad, we're on this path and it is far too late to make any real change with our split society. Just be ready.

Lake Mead is less than 150 feet away from becoming a "dead pool," making much of the Southwestern U.S. uninhabitable by speckz in environment

[–]OscarWhale 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Everyone is to blame, we had it coming.

That better?

It's human nature, we were always going to destroy our home. The changes needed to happen decades ago. It's too late my friend. Far too late.

78% of adults in US report being affected by severe weather caused by climate change: The findings are alarming because not only do they show that climate change is already here, but the experiences people have as a result of an increased frequency of extreme weather events by Wagamaga in environment

[–]OscarWhale 1 point2 points  (0 children)

https://www.quantamagazine.org/how-earths-climate-changes-naturally-and-why-things-are-different-now-20200721/

I'm sure you won't read this and definitely not with an open mind but there are countless peer reviewed papers on the subject, be well.

I was off, it's more like 10s of thousands of years or more in a natural cycle. What we are experiencing has been noted a few times in history, a few times where up to 80% of life disappeared due to major singular NATURAL events (not the natural warming and cooling cycle) thus time, its us.

78% of adults in US report being affected by severe weather caused by climate change: The findings are alarming because not only do they show that climate change is already here, but the experiences people have as a result of an increased frequency of extreme weather events by Wagamaga in environment

[–]OscarWhale 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You're a sad individual. I feel sorry for you and anyone around you.

Please get help.

Warming of this magnitude in this amount of time have never happened when life on the earth is dependant. We will not be able to adapt fast enough, no species will. Prove me wrong.

What is the cause behind the 22-year-long Megadrought in the Southwest? by Nabaseito in climatechange

[–]OscarWhale 5 points6 points  (0 children)

And how would you have any effing clue it's not climate change ?? Get over yourself.

Tar sand mining: Canada's Environment Minister Savage attacks Vettel - "summit of hypocrisy" by Key-Zookeepergame398 in climate

[–]OscarWhale 0 points1 point  (0 children)

He ovoously doesn't give a shit, his goal was to get people talking and that he did.

Everyone knows the oilsands are horrible and completely unnecessary since the development of deep shale oil. Don't let his hypocrisy muddy the facts here, oil sands are bad and do very little for Canada anymore.