Still, we have a chance, not to stop it but to limit it. Which needs no more wars, the precautionary principle and a consensus. And consensus must involve things like procreation, drawing back, slowing down and changing infrastructures. It involves sharing because if you can't share you will have to fight.
" Humanity still has a chance, close to the last, to prevent the worst of climate change’s future harms, a top United Nations panel of scientists said Monday.
But doing so requires quickly slashing nearly two-thirds of carbon pollution by 2035, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said. The United Nations chief said it more bluntly, calling for an end to new fossil fuel exploration and for rich countries to quit coal, oil and gas by 2040.
“Humanity is on thin ice — and that ice is melting fast,” United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said. “Our world needs climate action on all fronts — everything, everywhere, all at once.” "
You can also go the other way, defining it as choices having a direct impact on the machinery. Which means that your choice of observation is what defines the outcome of that spin. And as a extreme, also defines its existence.