What Climate Deniers are Doing to Our Planet, and Our Kids.

February 10, 2016

Best visual metaphor I’ve seen.

 

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16 Responses to “What Climate Deniers are Doing to Our Planet, and Our Kids.”

  1. ubrew12 Says:

    “And I’m going to keep kicking it until you stop falling!”


  2. 1million people died of cold since this scam starting in just the UK.

    And you think people will forgive you for all the lies about “warming”?

    And what has been the effect of rising CO2 letting the poor farmers feed themselves.

    No wonder the UN and other “humanitarian” agencies hate CO2 – because if the poor can feed themselves there’s no need for those like the UN!

    • philip64 Says:

      Shouldn’t that be “Scottish Septic”? Certainly look angry and inflamed. Recommends some powerful meds before it spreads to the rest of the brain.

      • dumboldguy Says:

        Too late for the “rest of his brain”—-it’s gone. Scottish skeptic has been bitten by the denier zombies and is now one of them. Beware! He wants to eat YOUR brains, and if you read his stuff that’s what will happen.

        (And yes, he is a particularly ugly, inflamed, and “septic” representative of the Climate Change Walking Dead).

      • Lionel Smith Says:

        Maybe he is a Brazilian born Skittish Sceptic.


        • Now now, let’s all give SS their due and assume they are even close to using a number not conjured from their alimentary canal. So let’s do the research!

          According to the Office of National Statistics in the UK, a total of 450,000 deaths were recorded in England and Wales in 2014, and the National Record of Scotland says 50,000 deaths – a total of 500,000 deaths in total for just 1 year. ONS has an extensive database listing deaths by their cause, some of which are Intentional (pensioners in their houses who don’t turn on the heat) and Unintentional (homeless people living rough) Exposure to Cold Temperature. The total number for England and Wales for 2014 in the relevant categories was 8 out of 450,000. Assuming the same rate for Scotland that comes to 0.9 of a person, which I will round to 1 death from cold exposure.

          So a total of 9 people died of cold exposure in the entire UK in 2014. For the sake of round numbers let’s say it is 10, and so to get 1 million deaths from this cause would take approximately 100,000 years to build up (assuming the rate is constant).

          That seemed too few deaths from cold to me though. So I added in all possible categories from death from the Common Cold – an additional 80 persons in 2014. So we could make the total deaths say 100 for round numbers, and still need 10,000 years for 1 million deaths

          That still seems too low, so unless the number of deaths from “cold” exceeds 20,000 per year in the UK, then a 50-year AGW scam could not account for 1 million deaths from cold.

    • Gingerbaker Says:

      Yes – climate change denial is all about helping the poor, ain’t it?

      Why, you’re just a poor little group of misunderstood humanitarians, just trying to he’p out da littles peeplz. Sweet litty lambikins youse iz!

    • grindupbaker Says:

      We gets a tiny few people die of cold here in winter. They live in shopping carts. We don’t gots a million dying because we have a different social setup than Scotty Land. I expect if ExxonMobil Executives could make just a tiny bit more then all the shopping carts people here could live in comfy Council Flats and not die of cold, due to trickling down and peeing down and stuff. I’m fairly sure that’s true.

    • bobinchiclana Says:

      Surely this is satire! Nobody could be that thick!!

      • dumboldguy Says:

        If he’s Poe-ing us, he’s quite good at it and he has been at it for a while. He has a website and has been talked about on others, praised on wacko sites like WUWT and cut to pieces on sane sites like hotwhopper—-do some googling and see for yourself.

    • ubrew12 Says:

      Dude, you’re from Scotland. That’s a strange place to call home if the ‘cold’ gets to you.

  3. Sir Charles Says:

    Daffodils in bloom, the warmest ever December: how worrying is the world’s strange weather?

    While record-breaking temperatures are blamed on the global effects of climate change, naturally warming waters in the Pacific are adding to the effect

    December temperatures in London have been warmer than July’s. Scotland is balmier than Barcelona. Artificial snow covers European ski slopes. Africa faces its worst food crisis in a generation as floods and droughts strike vulnerable countries.

    With unusual weather from Britain to Australia, scientists are blaming climate change – but also the natural phenomenon called El Niño, which is raising temperatures and disrupting weather patterns. A double whammy then, but how disturbed should we be as the records tumble?

    “The projections across Africa are shocking; 39 million people are expected to be affected,” said a spokeswoman for the UK Department for International Development. “Around 3.5 million people in Africa could also be affected by floods and subsequent disease epidemics. The situation in Ethiopia is particularly worrying, with 18 million people projected to require food assistance in the coming months.”

    This month the UN World Food Programme said 2.8 million people in Malawi needed urgent food aid as shortages had more than doubled food prices from 2014 levels. This year, it said, southern Africa’s cereal harvest fell by almost a quarter, down to 34 million tonnes.

    “Serious concerns are mounting that southern Africa will this coming season face another poor harvest, possibly a disastrous one,” warned the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. The UN has appealed for £5.7bn for humanitarian aid for Africa. A further £67m has been requested for Central America, the Pacific region and northern South America, where a combination of intense rains and droughts has devastated crops.

    Climate change is now costing serious money. The amount of people who are losing their livelihood is sharply rising.

    Also => Climate change disaster is biggest threat to global economy in 2016, say experts


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