Seriously, scientists are worried that humans could be 'redeemed' on Earth

 


Climate change and global warming are increasingly worrying about their impact on Planet Earth, but on the other hand, efforts to overcome them are considered not optimal so far. So it is feared, the fate of mankind in the future is bad, likened to be redeemed.

"I fear that our current situation resembles the adage of boiling frogs comfortably in the heat of a pot until it's too late," wrote Martin Rees, a prominent astrophysicist and former chairman of the Royal Society.


The boiled to death frog more or less said if the frog is in slowly boiling water, it is not alert and stays where it is until it is too late and dies.



"Politicians focus on threats that seem like COVID-19, but they don't want to prioritize the global anticipation needed to control climate change because the worst impacts are far beyond their timeframe," he wrote in a column.


According to him, humans should not leave Earth in a bad condition for their children and grandchildren later. At this time, the condition of the planet is already in a state of quite alarming.


"Changes in weather patterns around the world have consequences. It causes mass migration, changes in land use, forest disturbance and others. If it is too severe, it will damage the biosphere irreparably," he explained again.


He also emphasized the importance of anticipating, for example, seriously reducing harmful carbon emissions. Developed countries must aggressively utilize renewable energy, for example using the sun, water and wind. Also nuclear power as long as it is made with qualified security.


"We have to think about the legacy that we owe to our ancestors. It would be a shame if we left a vulnerable Earth to our descendants," he said.

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