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    • #180963
      Anonymous
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      What can we do to prevent climate change from leading to our demise?

    • #180964
      Anonymous
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      Implying organic gases are bad for the planet. Plants live off it you absolute reddit tool

    • #180965
      Anonymous
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      Demand that your politicians do something. All the changes you could possibly make in your life wouldn’t compare to the reduction in emissions and pollution from improving environmental policy

    • #180967
      Anonymous
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      Unironically sterilize Indians, Chinese, Brazilians, Indonesians, assorted Africans and other insanely high growth and pollutant populations. Anything else, is chair shuffling on the titanic.

      • #180989
        Anonymous
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        White brazilian here

        You wont do shit bitch

        • #180991
          Anonymous
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          I’m not talking about white Brazilians you silly fuck, i’m talking about favella monkeys.

          • #181058
            Anonymous
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            White favella dweller here, you wont do shit bitch

        • #181089
          Anonymous
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          sorry man you gotta take one for the team

      • #180992
        Anonymous
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        Climate change is not the issue. Pollution of the environment is, therefore as
        proposed it is necessary to stop human population growth. Across Europe, Japan and the US this would have already happened naturally were it not for mass migration. For other developing nations with unnaturally high growth only a stringent one-child policy could save the planet.

      • #181002
        Anonymous
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        that’s the only honest answer

      • #181007
        Anonymous
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        Part of the problem but I son’t think it’s all.

      • #181069
        Anonymous
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        You’d have greater effect removing Americans who live outside of major cities.

    • #180968
      Anonymous
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      nothing, because we don’t need to
      however, if you’re still worried, you can start a movement to genocide all the non-white countries because that’s where all the coal fired power plants are.

    • #180974
      Anonymous
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      simply don’t breathe the air lol, or maybe get accustom to temperature 5f more than you like.

    • #180975
      Anonymous
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      Basically all petroleum will eventually end up combusted one way or another. Even if Europe and the USA commits to reducing emissions, the undeveloped world will inevitably burn whatever we don’t burn, and then some, while reaping the economic benefits from it. I’ve never heard a climate-nut argue that we could prevent China or India from burning fossil fuels, because deep down they all know it completely futile. It’s all just a virtue signaling game.

      • #181010
        Anonymous
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        I’ve heard like 1/3 of all the stuff we dig up will basically end up in the atmosphere on way or another even if we don’t burn it. In a nutshell it needs to stay deep underground.

    • #180976
      Anonymous
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      You can’t do anything. Climate change isn’t something you can stop, it’s a natural process, but one thing you can end is consumerism and technocratic capitalism that is absolutely pillaging and destroying the environment. All the pollution, all the deforestation, all the desertification will be the death of humans as it is the result of human overpopulation and savagery.

      Through out the history climate change has merely killed off civilisation, flora and fauna (that adapted) survived just fine, this time too, while civilisation collapses, there will be humans who survive.

      • #181047
        Anonymous
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        the good thing is that most populations are starting to decline. within the next 30 yrs, most countries shouldnt have very large populations. population decline is another natural phenomena people tend to ignore

    • #180977
      Anonymous
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      Imagine thinking that you could change the weather

    • #180978
      Anonymous
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      Stop listening to the talking science heads and the problem literally goes away.

    • #180979
      Anonymous
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      Have every nation build LFTRs.

      • #180994
        Anonymous
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        Could you explain this system in simpler terms? I tried to understand but I always sucked at chemistry

      • #181004
        Anonymous
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        In a political round in Germany the AFD politician Alice Weidel wanted to talk about it. She got immediately interrupted by the moderation team, tried to keep talking about it but they didn’t let her. Felt like the got trained to Muffel conversation about it.

        • #181012
          Anonymous
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          I’m at a very right leaning town in east Germany and people here go out of their way to interrupt and disrupt AfD rallies.
          I honestly don’t know what to think of it.

          • #181013
            Anonymous
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            nazis aren’t right wing

    • #180980
      Anonymous
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      Nuke China

    • #180981
      Anonymous
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      Ignore it and focus on fixing pollution and habitat degradation.

      • #180984
        Anonymous
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        The solutions are the same

        • #180985
          Anonymous
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          Not really, one is a UN NWO cause celebe that is promoted and pushed to enforce totalitarian control and allotting us spurious "carbon credits" otherwise known as rations, the other is practically observable. and fixable through simple regulation.

    • #180982
      Jesus
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      kill all glowscrotes first

    • #180983
      Anonymous
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      Reduce the population

    • #180986
      Anonymous
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      finish what Hadrian didn’t

    • #180987
      Anonymous
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      Right now, not a lot, unfortunately, barring technological breakthrough.

      The best time to act was 40 years ago. Unfortunately, the likes of Exxon spent dozens upon dozens of millions (at 1980s values) of dollars running various agitprop campaigns (including against their own research departments) and bribing politicians, and the people opposing them were led by Al freaking Gore.

    • #180988
      Anonymous
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      ironic answer: nukes, literal genocide and depopulation

      unironic answer: slowly transform our energy sector to be carbon neutral some time in the middle of this century

      Any country trying to outpace china or india in achieving carbon neutrality (so 2050) is dampening its own growth for little benefit to the environment though.

      • #180998
        Anonymous
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        >unironic answer: slowly transform our energy sector to be carbon neutral some time in the middle of this century

        You’re a complete freaking idiot.

        Emissions are not the only thing leading to extreme climate. Transforming the landscape to feed BILLIONS and BILLIONS of people via farming, grazing animals, cash crops, diverting rivers, damming, roads, housing etc etc. etc.

        The ONLY tenable solution to halt this disaster is depopulation.

        Emissions will never go down so long as there’s a billion new squatters on this planet that need to be fed, housed, clothed, heated etc.

        This delusional fetishism about emissions is as harmful to the environment as anything else we do because it delays any efforts to start depopulation programs.

        • #181071
          Anonymous
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          When 40 Indians can live reasonably well on the emissions of one Emirati you know it ain’t population.

          • #181074
            Anonymous
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            True as far as it goes, but those 40 Indians are trying to increase their standard of living (as defined by economics) which practically speaking implies increased emissions. The posited solution to this foreseen problem is to decrease population growth by raising the standard of living (bring the Indians closer to the Emirati)… madness.

            • #181076
              Anonymous
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              Except it’s make them closer to an average western EU citizen.

              • #181077
                Anonymous
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                Aka still consuming at a rate far higher than the rate at which the planetary ecosystem can replenish the material consumed. Less drastic than an Emirati, more drastic still than an Indian.

    • #180990
      Anonymous
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      Nuke china and you solve half the problem

    • #180993
      Anonymous
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      >What can we do to prevent climate change from leading to our demise?

      Import more immigrants from third world nations you bigot.

    • #180995
      Anonymous
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      >the absolute state of/poo/

    • #180996
      Anonymous
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      >What can we do to prevent climate change from leading to our demise?

      Reduce consumption and economic growth, and the only way to do that is to reduce the population to less than 4 billion.

    • #180999
      Anonymous
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      cannibalism
      it solves other problems too, like, overpopulation and famine

      • #181001
        Anonymous
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        We often overlook the true heroes.

    • #181000
      Anonymous
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      stop the climate hysteriacs destroying our economy, society and STEM.

      This way there at least wont be a demise when the earth warms up (and some poor Fiji scrotes need to relocate)

    • #181003
      Anonymous
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      How is climate change supposed to lead to our demise again? Worst case scenario we just have to move some cities around in 1000 years. Big deal. The reason why the media is so concerned is because wealthy garden gnomes live on the coasts, and it’s their world which will be completely destroyed.

    • #181005
      Anonymous
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      • #181072
        Anonymous
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        Holy fuck the Chinese can time travel and pretend to be Swedish chemists too?

    • #181008
      Anonymous
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      >2021
      >still being neurotically obsessed with climate impermanence
      fuck off I’ve been hearing "the ecology will collapse within 20 years" for my entire 30 years on this earth. just fuck off
      >meanwhile, developing countries continue to cobble together jaw-dropping numbers of jank-ass coal and oil plants year after year without a care, dwarfing emissions of western countries
      >my truck has four catalytic converters, but it’s somehow my responsibility and I must must own nothing and be happy
      FUCK OFF shit for brains I hope an asian energy megacorp dumps toxic waste in your bathtub while you’re in it
      >"waaah we’re on the verge of climate catastrophe, REPENT, SINNERS" – you, probably
      just have a nice day.

      • #181009
        Anonymous
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        >I’ve been hearing "the ecology will collapse within 20 years" for my entire 30 years on this earth.
        Source?

    • #181011
      Anonymous
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      have as many kids as possible, invade and genocide other groups as need be. Climate change is tragedy of the commons writ large. recognize this and grab what you can while you can.

    • #181014
      Anonymous
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      Nuke China and the Indian subcontinent
      Put programs in place to sterilize Africans/South Americans/Central Americans after they have 2 kids

      • #181017
        Anonymous
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        this but nuke USA instead

        • #181018
          Anonymous
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          • #181019
            Anonymous
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            climate change is an amerishit scam

      • #181020
        Anonymous
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        Much of South America has below replacement fertility like Europe. Stop lumping us with the freaking Mexicans.

        In my country (Uruguay) we don’t have drug cartels, we don’t have shantytowns, we have less crime than the US, our GDP per capita is the same as Croatia or Greece, we are not emigrating towards your country, I’m freaking tired of Americans thinking all of South America is some Africa-tier shithole, you stupid burger fuck.

        Read my lips: Your. Immigrants. Are. From. North. and. Central. America.
        Mexico is in North America. Honduras is in Central America.
        Not a South America issue. These countries are not South American.
        South America is in a different continent from Mexico, with its own immigrant issues (Like Haitians or Venezuelans flooding the more wealthier countries).

        • #181021
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Mexico is in North America
          incorrect pablo

          • #181022
            Anonymous
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            The absolute state of amerisharts
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_America

            This is according to the English nomenclature by the way. In Spanish it’s all a single continent called "America", from Alaska to Patagonia.

            Do you really need me to teach you about your language?

            • #181023
              Anonymous
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              >Central America doesn’t exist

              • #181025
                Anonymous
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                Why is Mexico part of the North America Free Trade Agreement?

                • #181027
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Same as why Turkey is in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization: It’s politically expedient

            • #181024
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >wikipedia says mexicans are white so it’s true
              lmao drop dead you filthy garden gnome

              • #181026
                Anonymous
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                They are not South American.
                They don’t like us. We don’t like them. We don’t have anything in common except the language.
                So don’t lump this issue on us and learn geography.

                • #181029
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  Same as why Turkey is in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization: It’s politically expedient

                  I will send you $1,000 for each source you find that lists Mexico as a part of South America. How can anyone be this bad at geography? Did you fail to graduate highschool?

                  • #181030
                    Anonymous
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                    I graduated from UChicago pablo and I’m not arguing about Mexico being in South America. We’re arguing about continents which are an arbitrary geographical/political grouping

                    • #181031
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      >Hurr durr I don’t like geography so I made up my own
                      That’s not worth $1,000, but I will send you a gold star sticker for your effort.

                      • #181032
                        Anonymous
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                        I wouldn’t expect a thirdie to have 1000 dollars sitting around anyway

                      • #181036
                        Anonymous
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                        I’m not the guy you were arguing with, I just couldn’t believe that anyone was as scrotebrained as you and your sis who seems to have bonked off. Seriously though, what degree of cognitive dissonance do you need to have to look at a map and think "nah, I could draw this better"?

                      • #181038
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >what degree of cognitive dissonance do you need to have to look at a map and think "nah, I could draw this better"?
                        I don’t know what you mean by this

                      • #181039
                        Anonymous
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                        This is what I imagine is going on in your head when you look at a map
                        >"Yeah, Mexico is a part of Central America"
                        >"Canada can have Alaska back"
                        >"Let’s make India it’s own continent"
                        >"And let’s make Australia a part of Asia just for the hell of it"

                      • #181040
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >>"Canada can have Alaska back"
                        lol what
                        >>"Let’s make India it’s own continent"
                        India/Pakistan/Bangladesh should be their own separate continent
                        >>"And let’s make Australia a part of Asia just for the hell of it"
                        Why not

                      • #181041
                        Anonymous
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                        Right, so how much cognitive dissonance do you need before you think geography is whatever you want it to be and you forget the definition of a continent?

                      • #181042
                        Anonymous
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                        I hate to shill CGP Grey but come on now
                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uBcq1x7P34

                      • #181043
                        Anonymous
                        Guest

                        >Youtube as a source
                        have a nice day.

                    • #181033
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      lmao, did you actually edit the article?
                      freaking embarrassing m8.

                      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_America
                      >Central America (Spanish: América Central, pronounced [aˈmeɾika senˈtɾal] (About this soundlisten), Centroamérica pronounced [sentɾoaˈmeɾika] (About this soundlisten)) is a region of the Americas.[1] It is bordered by Mexico to the north, Colombia to the south, the Caribbean Sea to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Central America consists of seven countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. Their combined population is estimated at 44.53 million (2016)

                      You forgot the pic, by the way.

                      • #181034
                        Anonymous
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                        >lmao, did you actually edit the article?
                        yes

              • #181028
                Anonymous
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    • #181015
      Anonymous
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      How foolish to believe we have the ability to overpower the will of nature.
      Earth will become Venus no matter what

    • #181016
      Anonymous
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      What have you done so far?

    • #181035
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >hey goys, mexicans are white
      if mexicans are white then why is their country 3rd world? how many "other" white counties are impoverished 3rd world shitholes? how many other white counties have it’s citizens fleeing like rats from a sinking ship?

      • #181037
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Nobody is saying Mexicans are white, we are just teaching you geography and you are screeching like an autist.

        • #181044
          Anonymous
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          you aren’t teaching anyone anything, you are just repeating political propaganda that you were forced to memorize. if you were actually concerned about geographic boundaries then you’d be pointing out that chukotka and madagan were both north american as well, but you’re so ignorant that you’ve never heard of chukotka or madagan, they weren’t part of your indoctrination.

          • #181045
            Anonymous
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            >Imagine being this scrotebrained

          • #181046
            Anonymous
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            >chukotka
            Dumb image but yeah.
            "Continents" are done by convention, there are no actual rules about what is vs isn’t one.
            What this guy is talking about are geographical continents, where eastern russia is actually part of the north american plate.
            But of course everybody preemptively seethes

          • #181048
            Anonymous
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            >Doesn’t know the continents
            >Insists in being wrong
            >Gets BTFO
            >Pretends he was trying to make some intellectual point about tectonic plates all along
            lol no, fuck off.

    • #181049
      Anonymous
      Guest

      occasional LULZ visitor here. How did this board look before the /poo/chuds took over?

      • #181050
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >chuds
        Wherever you came from you need to go back there because that isn’t a real word.
        They’re /poo/tards

      • #181054
        Anonymous
        Guest

        There weren’t very many people who’s understanding of science didn’t extend past highschool, and the majority of shitposts were made by schizos instead of propagandists. Now we’re flooded with the scientifically illiterate who think they can about down facts if they’re loud enough.

        • #181056
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >about down
          Shout down*

        • #181073
          Anonymous
          Guest

          It’s like Quora with no BNBR policy now…

          • #181075
            Anonymous
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            Except less useful

    • #181051
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >Replace traditional water heater with tankless
      >Replace ICE car with battery EV
      >Replace gas stove with electric
      >Install solar + battery backup on your home
      This will remove >60% of your green house emissions. We need to roll this out to the general public with government encouraging it, generally with financing or rebates.
      More generally, we need to embrace non-intermittent zero carbon energy cources (i.e. nuclear). Solar power is great day-to-day but if it’s used on the grid, it collapses when anything goes wrong. Solar will be a part of the solution but it is not the entire solution.
      In addition, we will need to close the carbon loop. Currently, the carbon is once-through. It gets used, burned, and then dumped into the atmosphere. We will need to re-form it into various hydrocarbons (e.g. plastics, oils, fuels) and re-use it. A portion of these captured hydrocarbons should be put into long-term storage (either underground or in Yucca Mountain as a hydrocarbon plastic such as HDPE

      • #181055
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Beyond this the remaining 40% or so comes from land use in agriculture, steel, wood and cement in construction.

        Agriculture’s carbon footprint will pretty much only get negated by population reductions and changes in growing practices. That’s the only way, same thing with wood.

        Theres no obvious solution to steel and cement emissions, though there has been research into carbon negative cement, in general the industry doesn’t seem willing to transition. Steel can theoretically be produced using fully electric sources, but it’s just not the same.

      • #181063
        Anonymous
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        The problem with most carbon capture and biofuels schemes is that theres too many moving parts to them. You have to grow the algae which then produce the alcohol in highly diluted concentrations, then go through an energy intensive distillation process, and by the end you get ethanol, a product which is only good as a gasoline additive and not a replacement. Oil recycling from food production will only ever be the area where it’s viable, as most of the work has already been done for you. Alcohol/oil still requires land to produce, of which that land has it’s own carbon footprint associated with it, so for now carbon capture through biofuels isn’t happening.

        The only scenario I see happening is that we see a massive depopulation, resulting in an excess of land already in use which we can convert to biofuel. However it would probably be best (and less carbon intensive) to let nature reclaim it. Perhaps if we find some massive energy source such as fusion or LFTRs in the future the excess power can be diverted to projects like algenol.

        • #181064
          Anonymous
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          I like biochar for carbon sequestration. It’s easy, cheap, and provides a useful end product.

        • #181065
          Anonymous
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          You don’t grow algae to capture carbon, you use solar power and chemical processes to capture it directly from the air.

          • #181067
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >directly from the air
            No. You use the ocean or any large body of water as a carbon sink and pull it out of the water. The concentrations are 100x in water than in air, atmospheric co2 would then diffuse into the ocean. The US Navy already attempted to use aircraft carrier reactors for this purpose with the desired end product being jet fuel. Turned out to be cheaper to just have a fuel boat pull along side and top them off but a shore woke af application would be substantially cheaper. A couple hundred fission reactors globally positioned around the worlds coasts could literally reverse climate change (you’d effectively have a climate machine lol). A couple hundred sounds like a lot but if every developed nation got on board and built their share it’s totally doable.

    • #181052
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Collapse civilisation as soon as possible so the population collapses before we manage to destroy more parts of the biosphere and thus the natural processes civilisation is built on. We are currently burning through the legs of the table we are sitting on, better that we collapse sooner and leave more of the table salvageable for later rather than letting it continue until we burn through the whole thing.

      Drastic pop. control in the 2nd/3rd world wont work as their growth is driven by first world demand of their products (though go ahead and try, it wont work but will achieve my previous recommendation I’d say), that won’t happen because people for all their noise can’t politically accept disruption of their consumer lifestyles. Also those left would just babyboom all the harder in response to economic conditions where their labour and goods would be in huge demand

      Similarly educating and improving living standards in the 3rd world wont work – "overpopulation is not a problem bigot! but educating and raising living standards reduces childbirths so we should do that… even though it’s not a problem… the real problem is those in the first world consuming monstrous amounts of resources – so we should enfranchise the 3rd world into this mode of living, that’ll fix it :DDD"

      If someone could come up with an ideological phage of sorts that plugged into capitalism in such a way that just made sense to most people, by which the profit drive was overridden as the primary goal and some mechanism evolved to one where there is a motive towards responsibility. Similar to the way, do what they might, feudal rulers could not help but see their power dissolved by market, that might do it. Fuck knows where to start with that, maybe something to do with eliminating externalities?

      • #181053
        Anonymous
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        I tend to think there’s no practical way of fixing it though, capitalism really is human nature for all intents and purposes. Human nature is just not evolved enough to behave differently to any other living thing, from herbivores overgrazing down to algae in a pond eutrophying. If humans are left alone, people will trade, trading becomes necessary due to division of labour, barriers to trade will dissolve, commerce becomes the predominant activity, capital itself (distinct from individuals, but existing through them as a computer program exists as collated behaviour of semiconductors) behaves functionally like an AI and begins self preserving, conditioning society to further serve capital (advertising, marketing, lobbying) and that’s that. Unless you change the fundamental workings of the semiconductors, it won’t change as the function of the program is to preserve itself. Sorry I know this sounds very weed induced.

    • #181057
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >to prevent climate change
      It is too late for that, by about 80 years.
      >leading to our demise
      It won’t. It will merely lead to misery.

    • #181059
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Accept that it will happen
      Accept that society won’t just collapse like that and it’ll be a slow change
      Find some land in some country or region you like and feel like you’d be safe, get a house, just chill out and pray

    • #181060
      Anonymous
      Guest

      worldwide fascism.

    • #181061
      Anonymous
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      It would help if people weren’t so ecologically illiterate, even on here where you’d expect people to at least be able to figure it out if they hadn’t studied it at some point. Ecological overshoot is not a hard concept to grasp.

    • #181062
      Anonymous
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      Climate change is a problem for the scrotes, we will be extinct by the time that shit really becomes a problem.

    • #181066
      Anonymous
      Guest

      CLIMATE CHANGEORINO

    • #181068
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Vote smart, buy conscientiously. Everything else is window dressing.

    • #181070
      Anonymous
      Guest

      LFTR.

    • #181078
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Turn off the TV and unplug completely from social media

    • #181079
      Anonymous
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      We don’t need to do anything.
      It will correct naturally when we discover an effective way to reduce CO2 to methane using electrical power.
      When that happens converting excess CO2 into food/fuel will compete with cryptocurrency mining for spare electrical power.
      There was a recent paper on using coper nano structure catalysts at 100C to do this.

      • #181084
        Anonymous
        Guest

        The real fun part comes when we find an economically beneficial way of extracting CO2 from the atmosphere and end up with the opposite problem of countries overharvesting CO2, causing the world to cool and eventually freeze.

    • #181080
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Throw more trash in the ocean. It us more reflective and as the ocean is a massive heat absorber this will solve the problem.

    • #181081
      Anonymous
      Guest

      any technological breakthrough will just be used to accelerate and expand human activities.
      we as a species need to regulate our growth, rather than nature regulating it for us. instead we are like a cancer

    • #181082
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Eat your bugs, live in your pod, push away those close to you, listen to your betters

    • #181083
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Eradicate all chinks and poos

      • #181085
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Only correct answer.

    • #181086
      Anonymous
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      use a monetary system which has a money that doesn’t lose value over time, causing people to drastically stop consumption in order to save more value and consume only what has to be consumed
      tip: bitcoin is just that

    • #181087
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Nothing. Just enjoy the ride and buy an air conditioner. This will be the last century for the human race. Just be glad you got to experience it instead of dying in a senseless war in 1400s or something.

      • #181088
        Anonymous
        Guest

        the cybercannibal wars of 2400 will suck too

      • #181093
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Humans will be fine as a species, it’s industrial civilization which is screwed.

        • #181094
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Other way around. The most impacted from climate change are poor countries. Rich countries probably won’t even notice it’s happened.

          • #181095
            Anonymous
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            They’ll notice when ~4 billion refugees come from Africa, LatAm, and Asia into Europe and America.

            • #181096
              Anonymous
              Guest

              >An underclass of slave labor comes in

              • #181097
                Anonymous
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                The Romans thought the Goths were an underclass too, right until they got conquered by them.

            • #181099
              Anonymous
              Guest

              what about the billions of inflation refugees fleeing from food and energy shortages

    • #181090
      Anonymous
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      >What can we do to prevent climate change from leading to our demise?

      Realistically?

      Bring the population below 4 billion.

      • #181091
        Anonymous
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        Mouthbreather

    • #181092
      Anonymous
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      […]

    • #181098
      Anonymous
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      >Something happens over hundreds of years
      >Yeah totally because of this one thing
      Now get back to work. Less yapping, more hammering.

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