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UK Met Office predicts the collapse of society


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It is a bleak forecast even by the Met Office’s standards – the complete collapse of society leaving armed militias and criminal gangs to roam the land unchallenged.

That is one of the doomsday scenarios set out in a report commissioned by the UK’s weather service to model the potential consequences of climate change.

The extraordinary report, called Shared Socio-economic Pathways and developed for the Government-funded UK Climate Resilience Programme, sets out supposedly ‘plausible futures’ as a result of global warming.

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Shared Socio-economic Pathways: Wikipedia

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I don't want to seem rude, BUT . . . . the Met Office is rubbish at forecasting weather, which is its job, which it is paid to do, so who is going to take any notice of its predictions regarding the future path of society?! :lol:

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They're 'aving a larf , and they smile when they tell you the forecast ,which is a load of lies .

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It's the most likely scenario since we are not addressing climate change. Ultimately the outcome is even worse.

 

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While I don't know the accuracy of Met Office forecasts, there are plenty of others that say much the same thing.

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