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If you think Al goal has gone crazy of a climate chief -- You -- -- rockets from and He may don't be alone a new report says climate change is going to cause more cases of depression and mental illness joining us now.
It's not can out there who knows a thing about a depression and mental illness is this all a load of not ounces or is it all -- load of -- what effect.
Well listen I like to go sometimes to the headline.
In order to see whether anything can be divine from that.
And this Paper there was generated for the climate institute says that there's a real cost to inaction.
On global warming and that the cost of that is skyrocketing.
Rates of depression anxiety wind storms -- been.
Well listen Stewart.
The whole Paper presumes that we can stop global warming that we're causing it.
So obviously it's written.
As a political treatise masquerading as science I object to that -- a psychiatrist we've got real things to confront like.
Joblessness for instance which I know for a fact there is causing major depression and anxiety disorders.
Without breaking any confidences and -- practice could you tell me if anybody has come to you and said look I am very concerned about climate change and I think I'm -- anxiety because of us.
Has that happened.
Now that look at I'm not breaking any confidence by telling you that's never happened.
At the bottom line is certainly if you have inclement weather and there's a -- Or a monsoon.
Yes this impacts people it changes their lives your house can get knocked down.
But -- to say.
That in action.
On those items because we should be doing something.
To stop storms.
Well what would we do it's like saying darkness.
Plunges people into depression let's stop night time.
I'm not -- that this is a financial program I'm going to suggest a new niche business for you.
How about climate control mental illness control I mean isn't there a -- and and neat little niche that for someone to.
-- make some money out.
No question there will be researchers who followed this bandwagon.
Partly for political reasons partly because you can write a grant and probably get it in during his administration.
And get it funded.
To look at the impact of all or not tackling as -- we could the entire climate surrounding the globe.
On people and the fact that that's causing them to have their marriages break down or they have panic attacks are filling ER's but listen.
Trouble with the economy.
Genetics these are the things we really have to pay attention to this is a side show and it -- -- diminishes and -- directs our efforts to confront real problem.
Given -- repeat what I've admiral you can answer this question but I.
Why is it that we all look at the same stories the same reports the same information.
And some of us are believe -- and some of us don't what goes on in the mind that creates that difference.
That's a that's a good question we'll look out I think a lot of things do first of all there are people who are likely to say if I see it.
Run up the flagpole and I see it enough times that's enough for me.
I just plain believe that there are other people are very hopeful to say listen if someone's identified a snapshot.
Of a problem I'll take that to mean that this is something that we will and can tackle so it takes an analytic view.
To look past the headlines and -- the intent of someone who might want you to look at only one frame.
Of a moving picture to say can I really do something about this and am I being given all the data.
That's a more analytic in respective.
My point of view.
Very interesting dunk case and it's always a pleasure to have you on the show -- it come back more often plea yours thanks.
I would love to absolutely I'll suggest niche businesses fully all -- long -- and her.
How good idea I'm opening the climate clinic today that's what that's I was looking for the right look climate clinic excellence.
-- out when it started -- that was climate clinics --
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