Warmist Working Hard On Their Messaging

Yale Warmists have proposed a way to convert everyone over to their point of view through teaching people about the science, showing the raw data, and living their lives in accordance with their talking points. Just kidding (via Tom Nelson)

(Yale Climate Media Forum) Looking for a way to make key messages “even easier to memorize,” science writer Kevin Boyd called on his experiences writing museum exhibit labels, “a very short format indeed,” he acknowledged. He decided to boil down “the five most influential climate change messages” to two words each:

1. It’s real.
2. It’s us.
3. Scientists agree.
4. It’s bad.
5. There’s hope.

“Numbers four and five lose a little in the truncation, but now you can fit them all onto a postage stamp!,” Boyd says.

Shocklingly, “give us grants” and “buy carbon offsets” are missing. Also missing is “we walk the talk”, but, I guess that’s two words too many, and too difficult for the True Believers to act on.

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3 Responses to “Warmist Working Hard On Their Messaging”

  1. Adobe Walls says:

    Assuming they are already heavily medicated we can proceed with institutionalizing them.

  2. There are some wonderful and isolated islands off the coast of Alaska. Or, Alcatraz works.

  3. Adobe Walls says:

    Works for me.

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