Good News! Only Two Years Left Till The World Ends From Climate Change
Everybody panic!!!!!!11!!!!!! (via Tom Nelson)
Er, Warmists math skills are about on par with their ability to practice what they preach
The Government has been accused of being “reckless and short-sighted” over green policies, as it was warned there were just 50 months to take action to prevent catastrophic climate change.
The heads of organisations from Greenpeace to the Women’s Institute, business leaders and experts called on politicians to grab the opportunity to deal with climate change, which they said was one of the greatest threats to human progress.
In a letter to the Guardian, they said that on current trends there were just 50 months before the world crossed a critical threshold, beyond which it would be unlikely to limit temperature rises to no more than 2 degrees C.
The individuals and groups are all outlining things they will do differently over the next 50 months to ensure the world does not cross a threshold that makes it unlikely to avoid dangerous climate change.
The groups and individuals are calling on the Government and opposition to say what they will do over the next 50 months to “grab the opportunity of action and prevent catastrophic climate change”.
Well, I guess we can’t really blame Warmists for the math-challanged headline. We can laugh at the notion that we’re doomed if Something Is Not Done in the next 50 months (that’s 4 years and 2 months for Warmists). Of course, the solutions from these organizations to solve hotcoldwetdry is to dump enormous amounts of Other People’s money into a low “carbon” economy and energy, as well as “spreading awareness” through
indoctrination education programs.
It took a lot of guts to do what this young man did. They also offered him 20k in hush money. Fabulous. The proof in my opinion here is that...Read More
Yet another scary report by climate astrologers who refuse to change their own lives to carbon neutral ones (via Tom
So says a press release from the University Of Georgia Georgia Tech City and Regional Planning Professor Brian Stone publishes
This could be a big, and game changing, case, one which could place limits on the ever-expansive role of not