Globull Warming Now Causes Indigestion In Primates, May Kill Them All

It’s fanciful stories like this that harm your religion, climate alarmists, however, they give us climate realists much cause for a well deserved belly laugh

Global warming-induced indigestion could threaten the existence of mountain gorillas and other leaf-eating primates, suggests a new study.

Experts predicted that the annual temperatures are expected to rise by 2 degrees Celsius by mid-century in some climate models and higher temperatures could lead the animals to inaction, and spending more time lounging in the shade to avoid overheating.

Models. Um hum. Ok. Sure. Got proof? You know, hard, physical proof? Substantive? Something other than garbage in garbage out in your crystal ball? Yeah, I didn’t think so. Primates have so far survived much hotter and much colder temperatures over the millions of years they have been around, I think they could handle a 2C increase. Unless they are Democrat primates, and need someone to take care of them. If not, then it is Darwin in action. You libs believe in Darwin, right? Survival of the fittest?

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Even the Guardian, not exactly a bastion of neo-Conservative thought, realizes that the over the top hysteria laden reports coming from the alarmists are not helping, particularly regarding an over the top hysteria laden report about the spread of malaria because of AGW.

Then there are stories like this

California butterflies are suffering the effects of climate change and land development, according to a new study by a UC Davis expert. (I’d suspect it is mostly land use)

“Butterflies are not only charismatic to the public, but also widely used as indicators of the health of the environment worldwide,” he said. “We found many lowland species are being hit hard by the combination of warmer temperatures and habitat loss.”

Can any of you alarmists explain how higher temps would indicate an environment in poor health? You do know that the climate of the Earth has been in flux, ever changing, for 4 billion years, right? Species change. Species also survive. This is nature. Sheesh. You folks talk about change, but, you really do want things to stay exactly the same.

At least they aren’t smoking.

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