We’re doing something major to our planet. Something not done in at least 400,000 years – and likely not in the last 15 million. No matter what you think about global warming, you have to admit: it’s hard to believe that CO2 can reach these unprecedented levels without something big happening. I don’t want to find out what that is.
At the beginning of the above graph, humans were deciding whether to be homo erectus or homo sapiens. Today we’ve got another big decision to make about whether we will advance as a species.
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