Some expect exact numbers for climate sensitivity, and in future predictions and such, as though that will tell us what to do next.
That delusional demand stems for their faith-based mindset that needs certainties and absolutes.
But our real physical world and indeed our lives themselves don’t operate on such a plain.
Remember, life is what happens to you while you’re busy making plans.
Here’s a cool article that gives a bit of realistic overview for how to considering dealing with the future changes as the warming continues accumulating.
In a climate-crazed world, how can we plan for the future?
By David Roberts on Sep 28, 2012 (yeah, nothing new, simply forgotten and ignored)
... Deep uncertainty involves two basic conditions. First, the models we use to anticipate future conditions produce a wide range of scenarios of equal (or indeterminate) likelihood. There are, to quote my current favorite World Bank white paper, “multiple possible future worlds without known relative probabilities.” And second, stakeholders have divergent worldviews and irreconcilable differences about what counts as success, or an appropriate level of risk. ...