That doesn't excuse thrashing about in panic. The chances that we will do the wrong thing are extremely high...and climate panickers tell us that this is waaaay too important an issue to get wrong. It's clear in a case like California or anti-hunting initiatives, that there are cases in which environmental do-gooders are capable of doing as much or more environmental damage than can be done by doing nothing quickly.Gary Childress wrote: ↑Sun Sep 20, 2020 9:09 pmBut with something like climate, we may never get incontrovertible data until the worst actually happens.Immanuel Can wrote: ↑Sun Sep 20, 2020 8:59 pmYou just answered your own question, Gary. Let's have some incontrovertible data. If the deal's that important, we can't afford less.
I'm for going with the best data we get. But right now, we don't have enough, so we ought to move slowly, and not panic. That's just good sense.