Bummer: Lambs Frozen In 20 Foot Deep Snowdrifts Means Climate Change Bigger Threat Than WWII


(Guardian) How should we – not just the farmers but all of us, in Britain and worldwide – respond to the report from Wales that sheep are dying by the hundreds in snowdrifts up to 20 feet deep?

So if we were serious – if we really thought about the present with compassion, and considered the future at all – we would acknowledge that neoliberal market economics just won’t do….

Secondly, we should at last acknowledge that climate change is real, and prepare for it as urgently as our grandparents prepared for the second world war (except that the present threat is bigger)…

Surprise, surprise, a Warmist who thinks greenhouse gases cause massive cold and snow, and also dislikes capitalism.

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4 Responses to “Bummer: Lambs Frozen In 20 Foot Deep Snowdrifts Means Climate Change Bigger Threat Than WWII”

  1. john says:

    so Teach as the planet gets warmer (and you are believing that) can we expect more of these weather abnormalities ? Are you now also thinking like the warmists that as the planet warms up that some areas will cool and in fact receive more precipitation in the form of snow? Wasn’t this something you used to laugh at the palnet warming and areas getting more snow?

  2. So, John, you believe heat causes cold and snow?

    Oh, and since you’re OK with lots of restrictions on 2nd Amendment rights, you’d be cools with restrictions on abortion, right?

  3. Torqued says:

    I guess I blame, I dunno, maybe the farmers for not bringing their sheep into the barn? Maybe?

  4. Gumball_Brains says:

    neoliberal market economics

    What in the ever lovin god in heaven does that mean?!?!

    So, man’s breathing and driving causes droughts, floods, deadly snow, deadly storms, deadly cold, deadly heat, premature spring, late spring, warm winter, cold winter, earthquakes, volcanos, arctic freezing, arctic melting, decreased tornados, increased lightning, crashing satellites, and raining meteors.

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