Oh, Noes! Climate Change Could Effect Even Sweet, Sweet Love

You know when you joke about “reaching the end of the Internet”? I think I can say with confidence that we have finally reached that point with the anthropogenic global warming crowd, if this bit of insanity is any indication (via Tom Nelson)

Better begin preparations now for rising temperatures this century.

That message was driven home loud and clear by a series of speakers, including a Nobel Prize-winning Canadian climatologist, at a climate change workshop Tuesday sponsored by the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network.

Adam Fenech, a senior climatologist with Environment Canada, told a crowd of 100 municipal leaders, farmers and conservationists that he believes climate change has an effect on everything, “even crime and love.

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Got that? “Climate change” can even effect love. Well, I suppose so. As greenhouse gases make it colder and snowier, people might engage in more sweet, sweet love-making, producing more babies, who are bad for climate change…..seriously, after all the unhinged talk and writings we have heard and seen about what “climate change” will do, this one really has to be the cherry on top of the kool aid flavored cupcake.

Oh, and I wonder how Fenech traveled from Toronto to Gananoque, which is about 3 hours by car?

The rest of the story is pretty much just as stupid, including their use of “the biggest computers in the world”, which came up with

He said the models project a range of temperature increase from 0.6 to 2.5 degrees Celsius by 2030 and 1.5 to 7.5 degrees Celsius by 2080.

“It’s quite a range, but they are all projecting an increase,” said Fenech.

Yes, it is quite a range, which reminds me more of visiting multiple psychics for a reading rather than any sort of science, especially since they used the data from a whopping 6 weather stations with only 40 years of readings.

But, yeah, love might change. Perhaps all those extra golf days will cause a problem?

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