100 Places To Visit Before Climate Change Doesn’t Destroy Them

Oh, wait, sorry, I let my natural skepticism and denial get in the way of a good climate alarmist screed, as Newsweek’s Fareed Zakaria completely loses his mind (or is he just trying to be overly controversial so that someone actually reads their magazine?): 100 Places To Remember Before They Disappear

(Had to use a screen capture method, due to the javascript used for the story)

The story has 100 pictures of places that are supposedly going to go bye bye because Mankind drives cars and lives a 21st century lifestyle, something The Guardian pushed back in December 2009, as well. Interestingly, they are both sponsored by Starbucks, which still has no recycling program for the cups and those slide on thingies that keep you from burning your hand, nor the receipt you are handed and immediately throw away.

Kauai, Hawaii, U.S.A.? Gone. Caribbean Sea? Hosed. Chicago? The waters of Lake Michigan will wipe out all the gangster politicians. Western Hudson Bay will lose it’s ice and the polar bears will head down to Winnipeg and wonder what happened to the Jets. Mississippi Delta? Destroyed. Wildfires will destroy Big Sur (you know, the wildfires that are incredibly worse because enviroweenies will not allow the brush to be cleared). And it keeps going on and on and on, all around the world. Because, you know, nature is such a stable and reliable partner in life. Obviously, nothing has ever changed until Mankind started improving its lifestyle with energy and stuff.

Is it any wonder that belief in AGW consensus is only 2% higher than belief in ghosts?

Beautiful pictures, though. I might actually buy the issue simply for those.

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3 Responses to “100 Places To Visit Before Climate Change Doesn’t Destroy Them”

  1. Trish says:

    It’s higher than the belief in ghosts? Really? Hm. I am a bit surprised at this news.
    Not of the other news. Loonies are always putting their feelings out there to ponder such tripe. Who the heck has the kind of money it would take to travel to some of these “magical fragile and ultimately transient” places on earth anyway, and if you could go to some of these fragile places why the F would you; given their fragility?

  2. Otter says:

    Actually, Climate Change will change some of those places, and quite a bit.

    Just like it changed them 10,000 times before.

  3. klem says:

    Better hurry, these places are changing fast. You’ve only got a few 1000 years before they will be gone forever.

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