• Climate change will only increase floods and tsunamis, but an all-out nuclear war will annihilate the human race, It is in human nature to destroy each other. Genesis 6:5 "The LORD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the Earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually."
  • The climate has been changing since the Earth cooled, and man-made climate change is a hoax. I'm more worried about the collapse of our Republic.
  • Neither. Wars are for profit, there is just enough killing to make things more controllable for one side. Climate change is something that has always worked in cycles. Humans have just become too entitled is all.
  • The two might not be mutually exclusive. Wars are fought for a reason. The most common reason, historically, for war, is access to resources. If we were to assume that climate change were to limit access to important resources like fresh water, food, and biofuel (i.e. trees), then we could argue that climate change would lead indirectly to war. The observable situation in real life might not be that dramatic, but there are tertiary effects that are a lot more subtle, but also more numerous and compounding that catalyze conflicts between different nations.
  • Wars. The climate is BS.

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