I see that Herb Nakada is trying to scare us again, so let’s look at 0.08C temperature rise above pre-industrial periods. I hate to tell you, Herb, you got it wrong; it’s much worse than you thought by a factor of 10. It is 0.8C.
So what was the climate like back when we were pre-industrial? Well, Herb, it does not look good. That was the time of the little ice age. There were cold-induced crop failures and the associated famines, bread riots in France largely due to wheat crops failing. Let’s not forget that the French-bread riots were the prelude to the French Revolution that culminated with Napoleon rampaging through Europe. So, Herb, I take it your desire for mankind is to be in the poverty of cold and hunger during violent times.
Some joined up thinking would probably prevent you from being considered as the object of Proverbs 17:28, which says, “Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace, is counted wise: and he that shutteth his lips is esteemed a man of understanding.” The modern translation would be “it’s better to be quiet and be thought of a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.”
Herb, with your acumen as an activist, perhaps you would like to take up the cause in banning the industrial chemical cleaner, dihydrogen monoxide (hydric acid), a very invasive chemical compound that has found its way into all the food we eat. Google and YouTube “dihydrogen monoxide.” It can be nasty stuff that causes death.