Even if people stopped pumping out carbon dioxide and other pollutants tomorrow, global warming would still get worse, two teams of researchers reported on Thursday….
That makes immediate action to slow global warming even more vital, the teams at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado report in the journal Science.
I don’t see how this follows. Doing something immediately won’t accomplish anything and that makes immediate action even more important? If this is the kind of thinking that passes for logic with the “scientists” researching global warming, I’d say the whole concept deserves another very skeptical look.
Or maybe by immediate they mean before tomorrow? Previous statement still applies.