And what will drowning coastal cities do to prescription drug prices? You'd think they go up just because all the drugs would have to be dried off.
If the Earth bakes in a carboniferous furnace, won't emergency rooms be overwhelmed with patients no matter how we pay for their care?
These are things that ought to be asked, but are not. If an asteroid was sliding into a collision orbit with us and astronomers could show how we had 12 years before it hit and obliterated us all, would we be talking about Danish-style socialized medicine? I don't think so.
It's almost like the whole
Did I hear that right? Around 0:50, she says that the ice could melt in as little as 1,000 years. A thousand years? Like, at that point, who cares? By then, we'll be having group sex with transgendered, robotic donkeys who use the pronouns glarb/florek/her. And what's with the piano? Does that help or hinder
Note: I love that I could find this video via Blogger YouTube search, but Gad Saad's hilarious video from yesterday was invisible. YouTube: A platform for sharing videos that conform with Google's corporate point of view.