What goes up will come down… Possibly WAY down.
Someone sent me this article about scientist James Lovelock, from the Guardian newspaper in the UK – I really had a good laugh:
“In 1965 executives at Shell wanted to know what the world would look like in the year 2000. They consulted a range of experts, who speculated about fusion-powered hovercrafts and “all sorts of fanciful technological stuff”. When the oil company asked the scientist James Lovelock, he predicted that the main problem in 2000 would be the environment. “It will be worsening then to such an extent that it will seriously affect their business,” he said.
“And of course,” Lovelock says, with a smile 43 years later, “that’s almost exactly what’s happened.” Read More –>
Actually, it’s 50 years later, and it’s hard to imaging how Lovelock could have been more wrong!
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