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News that I missed courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

 

WORLD—The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change came to a grim conclusion regarding the rapid warming of the earth, should people not band together to give more power over to the government in order to turn the tide in the fight against climate change.

The report definitively concluded that climate change will completely destroy the earth by 2005 if we do not take action now.

“We’ve run all the numbers, and it’s absolutely clear: every inch of dry land on the planet will be totally submerged by the year 2005,” said one member of the panel. “This is an absolute scientific fact.”

When several scientific researchers pointed out that 2005 came and went 13 years ago, they were informed that the earth was actually destroyed, everybody was killed, and we are all actually ghosts.

Go here to read the rest.  Environmentalists, or rather those who call themselves environmentalists, have been predicting doom since I was 13.  Go here to read about it.  So either we are ghosts or they were crackpots peddling a bunch of bilge.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Reminds me of that Gilligan’s Island episode where they all thought their island was sinking. Turned out Gilligan had been moving the stick the Professor had been using to measure the “sinking” further out for better crab trapping.

    Yeah, even Gilligan’s Island’s writers knew environmentalism was a fraud.

  2. It was actually lobster, but I remember the show.
    My suspicion of the global warming crowd is that most of the draconian measures they or at least their leaders want to “save the planet” (like Chinese-style population control, or abolishing cars, suburbs or meat) they wanted for other reasons long before they “discovered” global warming. To paraphrase GK Chesterton’s comments on evolution: if global warming hadn’t been discovered, it would have to have been invented.

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