williamgandy1 karma2021-06-04 17:52:30 UTC
Assuming we cannot reverse deoxygenation in lakes, what do you believe we should do, individually, to prepare? For instance, do we each need to think about home filtration and purification of tap water?
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williamgandy1 karma2021-06-05 00:56:52 UTC
There are way too many assumptions here. Moreover, I didn’t ask for you to answer this particular question; and I don’t think it’s helpful to anyone to heap your assumptions about what can or cannot be done on top of an already unclear answer.
williamgandy1 karma2021-06-05 01:28:47 UTC
Thank you very much!
williamgandy-1 karma2021-06-04 19:25:45 UTC
Sure, I understand this perspective. My question, however, deals with a specific risk factor; namely: the non-reversal of deoxygenation of large bodies of water. And I’m particularly NOT focused on policy, rather, I’m interested specifically in individual protective behaviors: IF deoxygenation continues, what do individuals need to do to protect themselves from potential harm?
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