“In terms of global warming [UMPH ADDED] and ocean acidification,” Professor Olsen said, the rate of change during the end-Triassic extinction “was comparable to what we’re doing today.” As I looked up the cliffs I wondered what we would leave to the ages. If catastrophe strikes, would future geologists find evidence of New York, a marker for our time, just as the Palisades have survived as a tombstone for another era? “No,” he said. “It would be eroded away fairly quickly.”SHEESH. WHAT'S NEXT.... TOOTH DECAY!?!?
THE OP-ED WRITER DIDN'T GET THE MEMO THAT YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO SAY "CLIMATE CHANGE" NOT "GLOBAL WARMING - ALTHOUGH CLIMATE CHANGE IS BEING PHASED OUT AND THEY'RE STARTING TO SAY "CLIMATE DISRUPTION".
I SAW AT ANOTHER BLOG THAT SOON THEY WILL CALL IT "IRRITABLE CLIMATE SYNDROME" OR "WEATHER, BUT NOW WITH TAXES".