When it comes to ecology, the closest your average joe gets to being concerned for it is ‘the environment’ – this isÂ a code word forÂ thinkingÂ climate changeÂ is our only problem, and even that is just a symbolic glance over the real issues of a self destructiveÂ society unwilling to realise the consequences of cancerous population growth and its unrealistic demands on the biosphere:
Engineers say a forest of 100,000 “artificial trees” could be deployed within 10 to 20 years to help soak up the world’s carbon emissions.
The trees are among three geo-engineering ideas highlighted as practical in a new report. The authors from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers say that without geo-engineering it will be impossible to avoid dangerous climate change. The report includes a 100-year roadmap to “decarbonise” the global economy.
No silver bullet
Launching the report, lead author Dr Tim Fox said geo-engineering should not be viewed as a “silver bullet” that could combat climate change in isolation.
He told BBC News it should be used in conjunction with efforts to reduce carbon emissions and to adapt to the effects of climate change. Many climate scientists calculate that the world has only a few decades to reduce emissions before there is so much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere that a dangerous rise in global temperature is inevitable.
The authors of this report say that geo-engineering of the type they propose should be used on a short-term basis to buy the world time, but in the long term it is vital to reduce emissions. – BBC NEWS
Concerning the overall impact of humanity on the biosphere,Â ecocide is the realÂ threat that will finish modern society off –Â the ‘climate change’ is a surrogate, symbolic veneer over the real threatÂ in itself.
The artificial treesÂ will not work at all because stupidity still exists, and with stupidity many attempts to solve an issue will be optimistically nodded at whilst nothing significant changes – the stupid will see this as an excuse to continue being stupid because anything else is inconvenient, the only real solution is to cull the stupid like many animals in the wild, culling their insignificant and weak offspring to aid the collective survival of the species.
Being cultureless and consumerist, theÂ majoritiesÂ only concern is getting to their ‘job’ which is little more than neurotic paper shuffling and button pressing, many more get paid onÂ welfare (especially in Europe) to do nothing.Â But to the worker drones,Â they getÂ to theirÂ fakeÂ workÂ through the veins of one global monstrosity carving up the surface of the Earth into queer little squares with endless fences with metal trickling down the middle in smoggy motorways.
SuggestingÂ artificial trees,Â waterÂ sprays into the atmosphere, solar panelsÂ and other technological surrogates just to null the negative consequences of stupid people, isÂ nice sounding and gets many nodsÂ but a closer inspection shows this toÂ be totallyÂ ineffective. Aside from a goldenÂ few,Â the majority of ‘scientists’ dareÂ not mention the unrealistic population demands on the land, oceans and biodiversity.
Let’s think, if we allowed fake trees toÂ be createdÂ what would really be the cost?
The artificial tree is an insult to injury, firstly it tells us that modern society and its inhabitants are unwilling to change their self destructive ways but also that they are unwilling to allow nature to take control. They want one thing that will only cause more problems by ignoring the real ones, scientists think technology will solve ‘our’ problems,Â and by ‘our’ problems weÂ mean those caused by the feckless undercastes of society continuing to exist.Â
The global population must be reduced of these car driving, pointless people, not be paved over with concrete and fake trees insulating the dumb from their own stupid actions, their exponential stupidity has no limits.