Grist: What Would Dr. Seuss Say About Climate Change?

Well, my first guess would be something like “I do not like green crack and Meth, I do not like them beth I am.” Or, perhaps “I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells” (that one is a straight quote)

(Grist) Late last year, I wrote about the dominance of the tragic “Lorax narrative” in environmental reporting. It made me wonder: How would Dr. Seuss himself tackle climate change? After all, the story of climate change is muddy and complex, and its real drama is both geographically distant (if you’re lucky) and years in the future (ditto) —in other words, it lacks most of the ingredients that make any narrative memorable.

My guess is that the good doctor wouldn’t try to hide these problems. He wrote for kids, but he wasn’t afraid of complexity. He might even put the scientific, political, and personal knottiness of climate change at the heart of his story.

You really have to head over for a good laugh as the Warmist channels Dr. Seuss in attempting to prop up a dying cult, one which isn’t taking to kindly for me calling for them to walk the talk.

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5 Responses to “Grist: What Would Dr. Seuss Say About Climate Change?”

  1. Black Flag says:

    I appreciate the effort being done to expose the environmentalist wackos. They truly are green on the outside, red on the inside. But this week was a huge win for them and a huge loss for us all. I submit to you the Keystone Pipeline.

  2. Mike says:

    Dang it…I just had to go over there and add a verse. 😉

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    He might even put the scientific, political, and personal knottiness of climate change at the heart of his story.

    What the hell does that even mean?

  4. True, Black Flag, but, we win in November, we Keystone. I’m sure Canada will hold off till November to decide.

    Good one, Mike. Expect some unhinged Warmist replies.

    I understand Rosetta Stone is planning on releasing a module which one can learn to speak Liberal next year, GB.

  5. tinyplanet00 says:

    Ah, now it all makes sense. The ad-hominem attacks on people you don’t agree with, the non-sensical arguments…

    It’s all a BIG-LIBERAL-CONSPIRACY, right? If only the “enviro-wackos” would see the truth! Maybe if you put some more cutesy American flag clip art on your blog, you’ll win some converts!

    I particularly like the image of what I assume is a guy falling to his death in the 9/11 attacks. Classy…

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