Bio--the discipline, that is.
We term it climate change to highlight the rate of change that is the result of human activities, as compared with more common shifts in climate over time. It’s informative to look at the record of earth over time to follow the various changes. For example, the great oxygenation event (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-23286-7) was due to biological production of free O2 due to photosynthesis, but took millennia, whereas the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs was a very fast transient event and not due to any biological actions (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cretaceous%E2%80%93Paleogene_extinction_event). Or check out the “snowball earth” ages thought to be due to decreased sunlight at the surface and decreased atmospheric CO2 with consequent effects on life forms (https://www.livescience.com/64692-snowball-earth.html). The effect of humans on climate change is comparable to the asteroid extinction event rate of change.
Mr. Molina sure has the relative sizes correct.
And, according to the recent CPAC, the primary dangers to the US are China and transsexuals. Yeah, sure……
And then Xi went to an Asian summit of sorts. Playing his cards close to his chest.
I’d bet more on biosystem destruction and consequent mass extinction than nuclear winter as the cause, but it comes down to the same thing and probably the reptilian brain short-circuiting the higher centers.
Too simple. There are forms of capitalism that work, and in fact those nations that have a hybrid system (social democracy), the Scandinavians, seem to do better than anyone else. They certainly are capitalistic but with a strong social contract.
A new analysis of opioid problems. This is a new analysis of the pattern of opioid deaths in counties of Pennsylvania. Again stress seems to be a factor.
You wouldn’t understand, so there’s no point in explaining.
Not embolden, enrich. That’s all he cares about.