Mark Lynas : ” it isn’t so much global warming that’s an issue”

DB: And what about you, what animals are you worried about becoming extinct due to global warming?

ML: Well it isn’t so much global warming that’s an issue. It’s all the other things we do as well. For example, the blue fin tuna – we are literally eating our way through them. Somehow it brings it home more, when it is people just eating things rather than displacing habitat.

http://www.currentintelligence.net/

Here is an idea. How about addressing the real problems, instead of wasting tens of billions of dollars on a non-problem?

h/t to Marc Morano

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9 Responses to Mark Lynas : ” it isn’t so much global warming that’s an issue”

  1. Mike Davis says:

    Six Degrees made any other comments from that Ass ignorable!

  2. BioBob says:

    “Yes, I mean I don’t buy the Gaia theory completely. I can see all sorts of criticisms. He thinks of life as a sort of self-regulating mechanism keeping the planet habitable with life, and I don’t actually see many ways of how that operates in the real world. It’s a great theory and it seems to be what happens, but I don’t think many scientists can point to the ways in which it supposedly operates.”

    Moron Alert !

    read homeostasis 101, you clod:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homeostasis

  3. latitude says:

    I was having a “eating” conversation with a friend of mine today.
    What animals can you eat, and not kill the animal?

    milk and eggs don’t count

    The only thing we could think of was stone crabs.

    • suyts says:

      Well, there’s always those lizards that lose their tails, though, I can’t say that I’ve ever ate one.

    • BioBob says:

      any social insect – as long as you don’t do the queen or too many of the workers / grubs – you can harvest indefinitely.

      bacteria, yeasts , etc come to mind as well

      basically anything you could call a superorganism.

    • Erik says:

      “Harvesting is accomplished by removing one or BOTH claws from the live animal and returning it to the ocean where it can regrow the lost limb(s)”
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florida_stone_crab

      ..now that sucks, little fella running around begging “feed me”

  4. PhilJourdan says:

    Here is an idea. How about addressing the real problems, instead of wasting tens of billions of dollars on a non-problem?

    Thank you! A little honesty by the ecos would go along way to actually gaining support for their real cause.

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