Future proof seems to be a new term in the lexicon of climate alarmists. I missed the repeal of the Second Law of Thermodynamics. An article in the Guardian uses the term “future proof” from the National Trust’s report on adapting to seal level rise and dreaded climate change. It all comes with a new sense of urgency because we need to take action in months not years. Adaptation to change is, or should be, the normal human response, but it seems that we are surprised that the world isn’t static. Is this jockeying for more of the public funds?