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From JR in Ft. Worth, titled
Note 00457: Broken Rabble.
material was before the Lovelock
article on Global Warming Doom. - DC]
concepts: James Lovelock, predictions of imminent climatic doom
Conservation Notice: James Lovelock is in his mid-80s, so won't live to
see any of this utter mayhem he's prophesying.
"Stormy with a Chance of Chaos"
(((BP honcho Lord Browne sums up the task at hand:
"Build 700 nuclear stations to replace fossil-fuel-
burning power plants, or increasing the use of solar
power by a factor of 700, or stopping all deforestation
and doubling present efforts at reforestation. Achieve
all three of these, and pull off four more equally
large-scale reallocations of capital and
infrastructure, and the world would probably stabilize
its carbon emissions." Better get after it, then.)))
Wired: "Danger Zones"
(((Alan Wexelblat remarks: "Here's a Wexelblat Disaster
in the making. The permafrost supporting the trans-
Alaska pipeline is melting. Reports say that up to
1/3 of the uprights are already out of alignment and
it's just going to get worse. In theory you can fix
them, but if the permafrost keeps being NON-perma,
it's hugely unclear how to anchor the damned thing.")))
Lest we forget why we mysteriously 'dawdled past
the point of no return':
Eager to save the wreck of civilization at the scrim
of the melting ice cap? So are the Norwegians:
Source: Independent newspaper, editorial
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