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>global warming will improve agriculture in the northern hemisphere
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You can't plant crops in soupy mud
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>>10642444
You really can't
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>>10642444
>>10642446
But muh longer growin seasons, muh carbon enrichment
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>>10642442
Fake, vertical farming is already seeing rewards
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>yfw you realize the canadian shield has miles of solid rock underneath it

>>10642531
this vertical farming and lab grown meat is our only way forward.
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>>10642442
>BUT
>POLISH
>APPLES
>!!!!!!!
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Photosynthesis will be about 50% more efficient than it is right now by increasing the CO2ppm.
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Canada will become habitable
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>>10642531
Source onthat niggerlover
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Global warming will boost first world economies because it'll melt permafrost and open up new agricultural real estate. As well as open up new trading routes when the northern hemisphere ice is permanently thawed.

It's going to suck for the southern hemisphere though.

Still in the next 100 years we're going to see a lot of economic gains and a kind of golden age due to global warming. At least in the first world.
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>>10642600
>forgetting that migration exists and damages economies
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>>10642597
Canada will be annexed to make room for starving Louisianan refugees
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>>10642600
What about all the coastal cities? Like Tokyo, Instanbul, New York, Tianjin, Stockholm, Oslo, and all other smaller coastal settlements.
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>>10642600
>Siberia
>economic gains
https://www.siberiantimes.com/other/others/news/black-skies-over-siberia-as-wildfires-rage-around-the-worlds-oldest-lake/
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>>10642604
>Tokyo
Japan is fucked by cyclones every year, plus war with Korea
>Istanbul
Food shortages turn into riots
>New York
Hurricanes
>Tianjin
China is fucked in every way
>Stockholm
Maybe ok, terrible people
>Oslo
Flooded
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>>10642606
Yeah we'll need to wait until the wildfires burn the woods away first. Similar things will happen in Canada. And it's a short term problem.
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>>10642604
Ever heard of Amsterdam a city sitting 6 meters under sea level right next to the sea?

We already perfected the engineering to save coastal cities.

Also over the next 100 years the sea level is actually going to drop slightly before rapidly rising as Antarctica will also melt.
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>>10642601
Yeah if you're mad about economic migrants now you're in for a wild ride in the next couple of decades.
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>>10642601
>migration is bad for the economy
Please be trolling. It'll cause real estate price to rapidly go up as well as wages to go down in first world countries. Causing production costs to drop and therefor GDP and profit margins to grow massively.

Are you retarded? Mass Migration is exactly what the first world needs to boom the economy right now.

The only reason to be against migration would be if you are an unskilled worker yourself which I assume is not the case if you post on /sci/
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>>10642600
Not according to any study on the subject.
In particular your statement is wrong because you say, "first world" which of course, you only say, because you want to appeal to the racists, because who cares about non-whites, right?
But this is where your statement becomes false.
The US is first world and one of the countries that will be worst impacted. Even Canada is going to be badly impacted. Australia, lol, they are going toast. Even in Europe, which is of a more northern latitude than the US, you have almost all countries going to be negatively impacted.

And remember that even if there is a country where there is technical positive impact overall, that doesn't mean that it is going to be good for the citizens living there. If you have an increase in wildfires and drought, like in Scandinavia, and they also have a bigger harvest, that might be good for the farmers of Scandinavia but the normal people are just experiencing terribly hot unbearable summers, and dangers for natural disasters.
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>>10642600
>impacts of 2 degree warming
>implying we are going to stop at 2 degree warming when there is no action already in 2019

We are realistically going for the 4 degree plus warming.
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>>10642624
>It'll cause real estate price to rapidly go up
This is bad for most people. Most countries right now are experiencing a housing crisis. You wouldn't know though because you're a NEET living in your boomer parents' basement.
>wages to go down in first world countries
The fact that you even try to make this into a positive is mind boggling. You must be trolling.
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>>10642600
>it'll melt permafrost and open up new agricultural real estate
Lol, that's not how it works. Good luck farming the tundra in freezing winters and 45 degree summers.
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>>10642633
I'm the opposite of a NEET. I'm a late 30 year old boomer and almost paid of my mortgage. The "housing crisis" is a good thing if you own a house like every normal functional member of society you retard.
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>>10642636
Do you even know what CO2 does? It distributes the warmth generated by the sun more evenly across the planet. This means that where the sun hits the most (The Equator) will experience almost no additional heating. While the North and South pole will have a rapidly heating scenario as all the extra heat from the equator is flowing to the North and South.

This causes the winters to become very mild. And again higher CO2 concentrations mean plants perform better in colder weather with less direct sunlight >>10642596
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>>10642442
>that graph
Seriously why are you using this graph. It's clear that the line for 2019 can and has happened before(2011), and has nothing to do with global warming.
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>>10642674
>if you own a house
>like every normal functional member of society
Do boomers actually believe this? Look at the data you old fuck, this isn't the case at all.
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>>10642631
2 degrees warming would be reached in the 22nd century if we follow current trajectory. I only claimed that it'll cause a golden age in the next 100 years.
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>>10642627
Being from scandinavia, the consensus over here that warm summers, such as the one last year, is seen as a good thing. It doesn’t really plague anyone.
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>>10642442
today:
usa 100
canada 10
total 110

tomorrow
usa 50
canada 15
total 65

wow that canada's 50% improvement reeeeally helped
thanks trump
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>>10642699
>if we follow current trajectory
retard
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>>10642624
But if we take many more migrants then the lower class will just keep voting in fuckups like Trump. We need to cope without that
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>>10642760
2020 bitch
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>>10642442
A gif of this would be more helpful to visualize
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>>10642679
>Distributes the warmth
>Not intensifies seasonal changes and climatic events like El Niño and polar stream instabilities
Even a /pol/kin can't truly believe this.
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>>10642775
I thought sci was supposed to be smart, you do realize those two things aren't mutually exclusive right?
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>>10642775
>CO2 can have only 1 effect
I'm going to have to assume you are trolling. Like the poster above said they aren't mutually exclusive and I have no idea why you are even arguing at all.
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>>10642442
>correlation implies causation
Oh right thats what you people usually use as an argument
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>>10642679
>Do you even know what CO2 does? It distributes the warmth generated by the sun more evenly across the planet.
Source?
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>>10642674
>>10642679
>>10642699
>>10642741
How about you stop larping and lying?
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>>10642585
supper power
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>>10642580
>more expensive ways to grow food will make affordable food available for everyone!
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>>10642596
>ignoring C4 plants
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>>10642674
>Housing prices going up while wages drop is a good thing
Have fun drowning in property taxes you fucking retard
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>>10643425
What kind of shithole do you live where they have property taxes?
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>>10642596
>CO2 levels have increased by 100ppm since this graph was made
Jesus.
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>>10643418
C4 plants are gay.
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>>10642600
дa :з
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>>10643443
only at about 900ppm will we start to see genuine environmental problems. Which won't be in the 21st century.
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>>10642602
Burgers are too fat to starve.
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>>10643468
based retard
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>>10643413
>Tractors?! Why would you buy an expensive machine that burns a bunch of expensive kerosene just to plow a field? Just get a horse!
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>>10643475
Are you calling the Paris Climate accord retarded? Since I directly quoted their findings on ppm and its effects.
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>>10643468
900ppm, we better hope we never see that. You're approaching low levels of toxicity at that point.
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>>10642627
>terribly hot unbearable summers
Sandniggers live like that just fine.
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>>10642609
This is the most unscientific approach I've seen in a very long time.
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>>10642442
We aren't going to get any global warming.
Every alarmist sky falling prediction in history has resulted in either no change or the complete opposite.
So I'd invest in coats.
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>>10642596
>old graph is old
Scientists have learned more about CO2 effect than was known twenty-five years ago, Anon.
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>>10642596
- excessive heat
- droughts
these will eliminate any advantage in the real world
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>>10642699
>2 degrees warming would be reached in the 22nd century
stupid mf, 2C will happen in the '30s at current pace
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>>10643490
Please show me where in the Paris Accord it says "only at about 900ppm will we start to see genuine environmental problems."
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>>10643639
We already have had plenty of global warming...
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>>10642596
Most limiting nutrient of plants is Carbon by far. Even if CO2 doubled, it wouldn't change a thing for them.
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>>10643639
>We aren't going to get any global warming.
>Every alarmist sky falling prediction in history has resulted in either no change or the complete opposite.
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>>10642771
Why? Do you need movement to help keep your attention?
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>>10642444
This. The inter-annual variation for crop planting is way too high due to effects of rainfall and soil conditions to form a sensible message about GW impact based on such a short time series. ENSO influences this more than GW..
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>>10642444
*Blocks your path*
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>>10642442
Global warming will improve agriculture in Canada and Russia, our worst enemies.
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>>10642679
This is not entirely true as global warming as a long term trend generates warming it also interacts with weather systems and produces more extreme weather. Therefore cold areas will experience more extreme weather, blizzards, precipitation. Warmer climates will continue to warm, areas like the gulf are warming and may be to blame for stronger hurricanes.
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>>10643455
Corn is a C4 plant. So is wheat and rice, not that those are as important in the US.
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>>10643418
>>10645535
C4 plants have less benefit but still an increase from 400ppm to 900ppm.

C2 plants will gain the most. Then C3 and finally C4. Which is also logical if you think about the chemistry involved.
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>>10645544
This is correct, I was just responding to the anon that said C4 plants are gay. That was mean.
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>>10645544
What the hell is a “C2 plant”? The C2 cycle is photorespiration, not an alternate pathway to C3 like C4 and CAM are.
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>>10642600
>you'll live to be able to get a stay at Rostovcabana Palace
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>>10643681
https://skepticalscience.com/co2-plant-food-advanced.htm
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>>10644736
Global warming is fucking hilarious.



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