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Chimpanzees are too strong, dexterous and intelligent to behave like humans.
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Alan, don't you work with MRIs? I assume you know what happens when a magnet quenches...Indeed. But suffocation incidents are usually associated with the loading and cooling process, not a subsequent quench. We have exhaust stacks to vent quench gas safely once the magnet is assembled.
The concern I see is that trusting on CO2 mitigation alone is likely to not have the compensating correction in the window of time that models predict critical events approaching 2050. The proposed solutions being implemented currently CANNOT ever support the current energy demands let alone future demands. Clean, sustainable combustion with adequate on-demand power is attainable including carbon, heat and water vapor mitigation, to a net neutral emissions model which is still being grossly overlooked.I'm delighted to welcome thoughtful comment!
Vostok data I think is related to the procession of the earth. Of course this is based on time scales of centuries.The temperature rises occurred steeply, over a period of 2 - 10,000 years, and the falls were asymptotic over 100,000 years. Precession is sinusoidal, not sawtooth. The current rise began about 15 - 20,000 years ago and is actually less steep than some of the previous ones.
Subsistence agriculture occurs when farmers grow food crops to meet the needs of themselves and their families on smallholdings.is the definition I used. What's yours?
Importance is determined by the beneficiary of the action. Inventing the steam engine and antibiotics seem to be generally accepted as important actions from whci subsequent genrations have benefitted long after the demise of the inventors.What they do. Which is why they are not important when they are dead.What kind of actions make them important?