|Fig. 1 Homeland Lost|
But way back when, there were plenty of jingos who filled the pick-up truck full of plastic and duct tape, it was no laughing matter.
I mean those who were doing the "policy coup" as General Wesley Clark labelled it, were blasting the call to plastic, call to duct tape, yes, the call of the wild to arms (Fig. 1).
You ain't a true 'merkun ' lessun you got your windows taped.
It is like that in politics now too, where screwballs who think they are saavy, are selling the plastic and selling the duct tape once again.
Where do all these Luddites come from you may be wondering.
|Fig. 2 Homeland Really Lost|
Anyway, today I generated a graph with the express purpose of rubbing those puppies' noses in it (Fig. 2).
I mean those fools who scared the shit out of Americans, just for the hell of it.
|Fig. 4 "We're Number One"|
Start worrying about real dangers that are already flowing toward, around, through, and eventually above you.
The previous fingerprint modules only did historical record fingerprints, but now I have coded for future fingerprinting as well.
In other words, this is done to show possible scenarios of what SLC will look like in the future.
By that I mean, those that deal with the most cargo (container ships).
I set the module to do the top ten ports by generating graphs and information about those top ten seaports (The Extinction of Robust Sea Ports, 2).
Several of those top ten are in the same Dredd Blog zone (see Proxymetry3 - 2), and six out of ten of them are in China.
SLC is not limited to any country, continent, or people (Why Sea Level Rise May Be The Greatest Threat To Civilization - 5).
So, I am offering those assholes who counselled us to do the plastic duct tape boogie to do the same (On The Origin of Assholes).
The only difference is that this SLC danger is real to the bone, while their song was pure hokeyum (The Common Good - 11).
The next thing I need to do, in terms of advancing the model, is to plug in the IPCC degree of acceleration of SLC, since the module only does the Hansen (2015) degree at this juncture ("10 ft of sea level rise may happen by 2050").
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