Charlie Munger talks calamity howlers, renewable energy, U.S. petroleum reserves, and climate change e finance

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Eleftherios Pavlides 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

This guy is very smart because he made a lot of money so he clearly knows what he is talking about. Why bother listening to the the scientists, the calamity howlers?

See how well things turned out last time we did not listed when the calamity howlers attempted to slow down the privatization of space under the other buffoon president we had, the Ronald. The calamity howlers tried to delay the launch of the Space Shuttle Challenger because they said that the O rings were too brittle at those temperatures.

The know-it-all idiots like Charlie Munger in the White House advising the Ronald ignored the calamity howler scientists and ended up murdering

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Keng Yuan Chang 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

Oh, it will be exponentially more bad, but you won't be able to see it in your life time. Your off springs will.

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rRobert Smith 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

I am no longer howling, I simply say we are past the tipping point where we can
put the methane back in the tundra, and turn the Great Barrier Reef into a
tourist attraction again.

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Hugo Vargas 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

Yes modern corporate raiders choose they're words more carefully but are no less dangerous than the robber barons of old.

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Kyng Khold 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

Intelligent. Thoughtful. Measured.

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Adam Bram 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

More than one–third of the CO2 currently in the atmosphere is due to human activity. Half of our emissions happened in just the past three decades. Look into the PETM that was a natural global warming event that occurred 55 million years ago. Now realize that we are triggering that same change about 100 times faster. It will be catastrophic,. These changes will lead to widespread refugee problems, wars, a d ecological collapses. There is just no good reason not to switch to renewables.

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mgandulfo 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

What an old fart.

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Grahamimal 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

Why are we listening to an old white dude who won’t be around if he’s wrong and climate change is as bad as science is predicting?!?!?!

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Marcos Delgado 28/02/2022 - 8:12 Chiều

Guy is authentic in his opinions. Unlike most people.

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