Thanks Raz. Another point to consider is the migration issue. I don’t mean people being forced from their seaside homes or Inuit moving from the ice floes (refugee problems). I’m talking about planning for seasonal migration systems for humanity, as the “1000 year ouch” kicks into place, we are going to start to realize that large areas of the Earth will become uninhabitable in summer and in winter, and there will be few places left that we can just stay year-round without living in caves or tunnels. The polar vortex problem is already showing us the beginnings of how difficult it is becoming in much of the U.S., and it’s just getting started. Australia is going to be, for the most part, hostile to animal life in much of its area (even worse than it is already).