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Recently finished my PhD, so now I pretend to know what I’m talking about on Bioinformatics forums...

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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... That's a false equivalency. Climate change is something we can at least begin to ameliorate right now. Colonising another planet won't be realistically possible for probably another 50 to 100 years. Fleeing the planet to find one we *might* survive on, with a lower quality of life, is not a prefer ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... I think you're conflating a 'human' sense of urgency, i.e. is my house going to fall in to the sea in the next 5 years, with a global sense of urgency. That is, we need to at least begin to act now, because it will take us many years to reverse the damage. It may well be not that urgent for you as ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... No one is demanding a blank cheque. People are demanding that goverments take the threat seriously, via practicable solutions, and it still fits the definititon of a crisis because it requires action *now* to offset the damage already done. The IPCC has already said they believe we have approximatel ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... But the point of the discussion here is precisely this. What is it that means that developing countries, which are playing catch-up with the West just as fast as they are able, are less likely to combat the issues? As they no doubt see it, the climate crisis is not as high up on their list of immed ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... I don't know, you tell me? You're apparently the one who has a problem with non-Western countries.... ...
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Answer: A: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... Rather than get bogged down in the pointless discussion about how real or otherwise climate change is, I'll start by answering one of the points I think I have some more tangible information for. Even if you don't believe climate change is real, this thread is necessarily predicated on its existence ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... Sure you did. **Putting things in bold doesn't make them true**. Wow. You're going to accuse me of strawman when literally your entire comment is misconstruing everything I said? If you're going to be that disingenuous there's really no point continuing a discussion, but for what its worth: *You* ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... No. Look at the data. You think we're the ones which have fallen for a 'malicious psy-op', whilst you're the one that's apparently fallen for any one of many conspiracy theories. Ask yourself this: why would governments, corporations, NGOs etc. invest time and money in combating an imagined threa ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... Potentially, but I think a more practical solution is just to come up with technologies which can help support more sustainable farming practices ...
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Comment: C: Bioinformatics vs. the Climate Crisis
... We definitely need innovative approaches to solve the problem whilst thinking a little outside the box, because I for one, will not be eating any less beef any time soon :P ...
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