ABC News: Globull Warming Is Like WWII As A “Bad Thing”

Good. Grief. Much like Steven Goddard, I have to start this off with a screenshot of the article in order to position the psychopathy of the story

Matthew White uses it elegantly in the title of his fascinating new, big and easy-to-read reference book.

“The Great Big Book of Horrible Things: The Definitive Chronicle of History’s 100 Worst Atrocities” is a bright door stopper and mind opener.

That jaunty title, which often brings a smile to those to whom I mention it, even hints at one reason we may have evolved humor in the first place: A little sugar can make the worst sort of important news at least palatable, so we can swallow it, get it down to where we can try to digest it.

And with a growing number of the world’s climate scientists now speaking publicly about the grave global “catastrophe” and the imminent “threat to global civilization” now building in the form of manmade global warming, White’s book offers a simple, painful lesson.

It reminds us that humanity has often and recently failed to prevent collective calamity, even when many people can see it coming and try to warn everyone.

Man, if there was only something Warmists could do to reduce their own “carbon footprints” down to zero. Well, I can’t think of anything, other than “spreading awareness”: can you? I mean, this looks horrible (via Ice Age Now from Wood For Trees)

That’s the temperature trend since 2001. Scary stuff!

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5 Responses to “ABC News: Globull Warming Is Like WWII As A “Bad Thing””

  1. david7134 says:

    I thought a growing number of scientist were refuting global warming??

  2. Those who aren’t worried about being blacklisted and losing their funding are.

  3. Gumball_Brains says:

    grave global “catastrophe”

    imminent “threat to global civilization”

    “rapid assault of manmade global warming”

    Oh my! That just sounds so scary (must say with a lisp)

    I wonder how they rank the environmental degradation from WW2 to current climate activities? Seems.. we recovered rather nicely from WW2 – environmentally speaking.

    I find it really hard to care about something that no one can really measure with any degree of certainty, can tell me exactly how much man is affecting the current trend, or tell me why I should care when those who argue the loudest are some of the worst offenders.

  4. But, but, but mankind could die out…’d think Warmists would approve of that.

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