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  • Fri, Nov 20, 2009 - 11:46pm

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    Re: The psychology of climate change

I’m with your Damnthematrix —  anthropogenic climate change is obvious.  What we don’t know is how bad things will get and how quickly. I tend towards pessimism in this regard.   Thus far the pace of climate change has occured much quicker than scientists’ forcasts.  I see no reason for this to change as scientists tend to err on the side of conservative forcasts. Moreoever,  I don’t have much hope that the world will be able to get together to mount any sort of serious effort to mitigate climate change through limiting carbon emissions. I predict geo engineering will occur through utter desperation when things get really bad and folks demand that the government ‘does something’.