Global Warming Hoaxer Paul Crutzen: Economic Crisis Not All Bad

As the economic crisis brings us to the edge of a depression, moonbats are rubbing their hands with glee. Chirps Paul Crutzen, who won a Nobel Prize for his environmentalist research:

It’s a cruel thing to say … but if we are looking at a slowdown in the economy, there will be less fossil fuels burning, so for the climate it could be an advantage.

Crutzen is paid to pretend that fossil fuels don’t just heat your house, but the whole planet, which liberals see as a bad thing, despite the threat of a mini ice age.

Fortunately, economic depression — which would be the inevitable result of implementing the environmental agenda — is not the only solution to the phantom global warming menace. Crutzen has suggested recreating hell on earth in another way:

He believes that dispersing 1 million tons of sulfur into the stratosphere each year, either on balloons or in rockets, would deflect sunlight and cool the planet.

We already have some sulfur in the air; it comes down as acid rain, which eats statues and buildings in addition to poisoning plants and fish. But Crutzen says not to worry about that.

Even for an environmentalist mad scientist, economic collapse does have one drawback:

[T]hings may get worse if there is less money available for research and that would be serious.

With his funding potentially threatened, Crutzen catches a glimpse of reality: modern environmentalism is a frivolous fad that only people with more money than they know what to do with can afford.

Crutzen after misplacing both his dentures and his comb.

On a tip from mega. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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