How procrastination might kill us all


UntitledI heard recently about a bunch of guys who tuned their trucks to increase the exhaust. That’s called coal rolling, and the video on the following link provides insightful information about the whole thing.

I also happened to hear about an interesting phenomenon called: runaway greenhouse effect. In short, there is a tipping point in the atmospheric CO2 levels after which we condemn our future generations to live in a considerably warmer and harsher environment (see composition).
These changes are not immediately noticeable, I do however remember having lots of snow in my hometown when I was a kid. By the time I graduated university, winters barely yielded an inch and that’s for the cold ones. While alternative energy sources do exist, the cost of changing our energy production and transportation methods is deemed to be too high, especially as long as the evidence of climate change does not become…

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