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Debate: Would unmitigated climate change be catastrophic?

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While some argue that climate change would be catastrophic to humans, others maintain that humans can easily adapt, and even that global warming would more ideally suit humans.

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  • Catastrophic, but not for all. Unmitigated climate change will certainly be catastrophic, but only for a relatively small percentage of the human population. To borrow a quote from the movie "Jurassic Park", life will find a way. A sufficient percentage of the human population will survive, and eventually thrive in the "New Biotic Order" of post-cataclysmic Earth to send the human species careening toward our next anthropogenic disaster.
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