Would you please tell me what the meaning of "no-analog" in the following context is?
One conclusion that can be drawn from a no-analog future is that further manipulations, whether genetic, ecological, or climatic, are not only necessary but justified. Source
Wikipedia defines no-analog in ecology as:
No-analog (variants may omit the hyphen and/or use the British English analogue), or alternately novel, climatic conditions ("no-analog climates") or biological communities ("no-analog communities") in paleoecology and ecological forecasting are those without current equivalents. Source
But I do not clearly understands that definition either. Does that mean "a totally new condition"? If so, then how may the conclusion mentioned in the text be drawn from a novel future?