Hotcoldwetdry Is “Generational Evil”
Because changes in the climate, whether cooler or warmer periods, never happened before in the history of the Earth
The following video is a compact and emotionally moving overview of the problem and solutions to climate change. It is designed to be a quick and compelling way to get up to speed on the issue and help others do the same.
In 2012 the dangers of human-caused climate disturbance became undeniable, making this the fundamental moral issue of our time. The following features clips from the world’s most respected climate scientist, NASA’s James Hansen, and two key advocates for systemic change: Bill McKibben and David Roberts.
You are more than welcome to watch the video, which is 49 minutes long, and apparently goes on to Blame Every Weather Event on you people who dare drive fossil fueled vehicles and live a 21st century lifestyle. I’m sure the solutions provided within the vid fail to say “hey, if you are a Believer, you should make your life carbon neutral”.
We produced this video mix for precisely the same reason. As members of the generational cohort now in power, we exhort fellow “boomers” to awaken to the “generational evil” that will become our sad legacy if we continue with business as usual, focusing irresponsibly on our own comfort and security while expecting future generations to deal with the horrendous conditions that our own complacency will produce.
So, if “climate change” is so evil, why are Warmists not doing anything within their own lives?
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We’ll file this one somewhere between “good grief” and “Joe’s off his meds again”, not “this guy is a bat
They really cannot help themselves (via Tom Nelson) Here’s the Seattle 350 Xmas songbook (bonus: special edition of the dreydl
It’s actually rare that an article really ticks me off: I expect bad behavior and moonbattery from Progressives. This, though,