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Leaked JP Morgan report says the climate is fucked

  1. #1
    Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country Dark Matter [my scoffingly uncritical tinning]
    https://rebellion.earth/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/JPM_Risky_business__the_climate_and_the_macroeconomy_2020-01-14_3230707.pdf.pdf

    TLDR:
    Climate change is real and due to human influence
    The sea levels will rise
    A very large global carbon tax would help, but won't happen
    Not enough will be done
    Global average temperatures will rise by at least 3°C
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    Russia likes climate change because it will give them more land and oil.

    The only people this will hurt are Asians, Americans and all those niggers living along the equator
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    vindicktive vinny Black Hole (banned)
    Originally posted by Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country https://rebellion.earth/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/JPM_Risky_business__the_climate_and_the_macroeconomy_2020-01-14_3230707.pdf.pdf

    TLDR:
    Climate change is real and due to human influence
    The sea levels will rise
    A very large global carbon tax would help, but won't happen
    Not enough will be done
    Global average temperatures will rise by at least 3°C



    jp morgan is a bank.

    nothing leaks unless what it wanted leaked.
  4. #4
    vindicktive vinny Black Hole (banned)
    Originally posted by Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country https://rebellion.earth/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/JPM_Risky_business__the_climate_and_the_macroeconomy_2020-01-14_3230707.pdf.pdf

    TLDR:
    Climate change is real and due to human influence
    The sea levels will rise
    A very large global carbon tax would help, but won't happen
    Not enough will be done
    Global average temperatures will rise by at least 3°C

    also look at their portfolio.

    their now heavily invested in "green" techs and startups.
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    Fox African Astronaut
    Originally posted by the man who put it in my hood Russia likes climate change because it will give them more land and oil.

    The only people this will hurt are Asians, Americans and all those niggers living along the equator

    I’ve heard the main concern is massive crop failures due to droughts and shit. It’s not like we’re all gonna burn to death in the sun, it’s that we’re not gonna be able to grow enough to feed all the animals we eat. Or, you know, even if we cut out the middleman and all become vegans for efficiency’s sake it still won’t be enough food. That’s what’s gonna kill people, starvation & mass panic.

    When it happens I’ll just become a bandit and kill people to loot their shit
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    They're going to change the weather by picking your pockets and robbing you of your last few dollars. A novel approach, eh?
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by Fox When it happens I’ll just become a bandit and eat people to loot their shit

    OK
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    Speedy Parker Naturally Camouflaged
    So an economist, David Mackie, who predicted the stock market would crash after Trump was elected is now a meteorologists?
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    Fox African Astronaut
    Originally posted by -SpectraL OK

    It’s a good thing I live in good ol ‘Murica and I’m allowed to stockpile an arsenal of modern weapons. What are you gonna do with your double barrel shotgun in canadia, loser
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    Fox African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker So an economist, David Mackie, who predicted the stock market would crash after Trump was elected is now a meteorologists?

    No but I’m sure some of the scientists whose information he used to write this paper were
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    Splam Tuskegee Airman
    Originally posted by Fox I’ve heard the main concern is massive crop failures due to droughts and shit. It’s not like we’re all gonna burn to death in the sun, it’s that we’re not gonna be able to grow enough to feed all the animals we eat. Or, you know, even if we cut out the middleman and all become vegans for efficiency’s sake it still won’t be enough food. That’s what’s gonna kill people, starvation & mass panic.

    When it happens I’ll just become a bandit and kill people to loot their shit

    Not an issue. In Canada for example, we have a population of 35 million. It is estimated that with our current climate, if all river sheds and current farming land was utilized, the country and it's land could support a population of a billion people.
    If temperatures raise much more, Canada's farm lands could likely support 2 billion people. Siberia would be the same.

    We simply need a demographics shift if shit hits the fan. Anybody in northern countries is bound to benefit. Buy that remote farming land on the cheap while you can.
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    Speedy Parker Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Fox No but I’m sure some of the scientists whose information he used to write this paper were

    Well then, if you're sure that settles it.
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    STER0S African Astronaut [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    nm edit
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    -SpectraL coward [the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
    Originally posted by Fox It’s a good thing I live in good ol ‘Murica and I’m allowed to stockpile an arsenal of modern weapons. What are you gonna do with your double barrel shotgun in canadia, loser

    We're allowed rifles, too. You ever get shot with a 30-30 or a 30-06 before?
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    Fox African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker Well then, if you're sure that settles it.

    Yes I’m sure:

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  16. #16
    Speedy Parker Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Fox It’s a good thing I live in good ol ‘Murica and I’m allowed to stockpile an arsenal of modern weapons. What are you gonna do with your double barrel shotgun in canadia, loser

    A pussy like you would piss their pants in a fire fight.
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    Fox African Astronaut
    Originally posted by -SpectraL We're allowed rifles, too. You ever get shot with a 30-30 or a 30-06 before?

    No but I got shot with a .50 BMG depleted uranium round
  18. #18
    Fox African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Speedy Parker A pussy like you would piss their pants in a fire fight.

    Source?
  19. #19
    Speedy Parker Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Fox No but I got shot with a .50 BMG depleted uranium round

    So what parts of your body are missing?
  20. #20
    Speedy Parker Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by Fox Source?

    Real world experience in those situations son.
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