Well, exactly. Rather than just saying
, surely we need to be looking beyond what's so far as we can see (which, particularly for big Business, is not really very far) and planning for the time when there just isn't enough fossil fuel (enough oil, at any rate) to be the absolute standard necessity any longer? That's the whole point of what I'm saying; rather than making a big panic about it, accept that it's going to happen some time and plan for it. For now, fossil fuels are the absolute standard necessity for todays needs in all areas of production and commerce, but just to say that we shouldn't try to develop ways to reduce the dependence on it and emissions from it seems incredibly head in the sand.
So what if we are warming anyways. We will adapt. People will adapt. Northern territories may be the future of agriculture and southern territories will still be producing food. Warm weather is good for everything, especially world wide food production. It isn't likely that the world will become a desert wasteland short of nuclear fallout.
Only the earth is experiencing unseasonal warming.