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(USA Today)   With climate change inevitable, I, for one, look forward to my rattlesnake overlords   (usatoday.com) divider line
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2022-05-29 7:04:29 AM  
The ones who benefit are simple: they will be the ones who can eat almost anything, can deal with the heat and the weather swings, can go far enough underground to survive massive fires, and have the mobility to move as the food situation demands.

So birds, bugs, reptiles and scavengers. And only the scavengers will be somewhat large, because everything else is getting smaller to survive the world better. And only jellyfish and algae in the oceans because the acidification will basically kill off everything else directly or indirectly
 
2022-05-29 8:11:10 AM  
good luck

/we're all counting on yoo
 
2022-05-29 9:41:15 AM  
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2022-05-29 11:23:42 AM  
I have a degree in meteorology and knew about climate change early on. When I got out of the army (draft era so I had to serve) we bought some rural land and mostly let trees grow.

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I'm under the blue dot as I type this. The area of trees was cow pasture when we bought the land.
 
2022-05-29 3:04:41 PM  
It's happening now snakes for brains.
 
2022-05-29 7:21:42 PM  
But enough about Congress

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2022-05-29 9:22:20 PM  

Concrete Donkey: The ones who benefit are simple: they will be the ones who can eat almost anything, can deal with the heat and the weather swings, can go far enough underground to survive massive fires, and have the mobility to move as the food situation demands.

So birds, bugs, reptiles and scavengers. And only the scavengers will be somewhat large, because everything else is getting smaller to survive the world better. And only jellyfish and algae in the oceans because the acidification will basically kill off everything else directly or indirectly


Life, uh finds a way.
(But yes, existing species will likely not persist in their current form...)
 
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