Worst dating scenarios
Apocalyptic predictions about the effects of climate change are overstated, according to a new study.
It's a fine line to walk, but if you go about it the right way (read: you're not purposely a d*ck), it's OK to toss out breadcrumbs to people you're casually interested in just in case sparks fly and you find yourself willing to commit more time to your love life.
If you are both dating (non-committed) and clear of your intentions and you aren't sure it's going to go anywhere with the people you are casually dating, it's OK to say "hi" now and then as perhaps you just want to keep things warm in case you both are in a different place."Of course, it's still a good idea to keep the people you're "talking to" in the loop about how much — or little — you're into them.
Nonetheless, here are five scenarios in which it's OK (though perhaps not preferable) to give someone the breadcrumbing treatment.
Experts have found that the UN's worst case scenario, that the world could warm by up to 6°C (10.8°F) by 2100, is unlikely to happen.
New calculations worked out the probable impact of greenhouse gases on global warming and found that more extreme scenarios will almost certainly not occur.
They reduce the range of possible end-of-century outcomes by more than half, researchers said, including the best and worst case scenarios.