Warmist: Things Are So Bad We’re F*cked By The Climate Dragon Or Something

Another day, another unhinged Warmist

When a Climate Scientist Publicly States “We’re F**ked” Things Are Bad It’s one thing to note the unusually hot weather we’ve been having and then slather on some suncream. But when a climate expert unceremoniously concedes that the planet is “f**ked”, it’s probably time to get seriously worried.

Scientists at the Stockholm University recently discovered that vast methane plumes were escaping the Arctic Ocean seafloor. And that’s got noted climatologist Dr. Jason Box very worried.

“If even a small fraction of Arctic sea floor carbon is released to the atmosphere, we’re f’d,” he tweeted. “Methane is more than 20 times more potent than CO2 [carbon dioxide] in trapping infrared as part of the natural greenhouse effect,” he later told Motherboard. “Methane getting to the surface—that’s potent stuff.”

“We’re on a trajectory to an unmanageable heating scenario, and we need to get off it. We’re f**ked at a certain point, right? It just becomes unmanageable. The climate dragon is being poked, and eventually the dragon becomes pissed off enough to trash the place.”

Here’s how bad that unmanageable trajectory is

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9 Responses to “Warmist: Things Are So Bad We’re F*cked By The Climate Dragon Or Something”

  1. david7134 says:

    Note that they finally admitted that CO2 and other gases are released from the oceans and thus the likely cause of any excess CO2 production. This seems to let humans off the hook.

    • Jeffery says:


      You’re wrong. “They” didn’t state that CO2 was coming from the ocean floor. It is methane. If he is correct that methane clathrates are being released (from the warming ocean) we are indeed f*cked.

  2. Jeffery says:

    Your misleading graph borders on lying.

  3. john says:

    i really need to invest in tin-foil

  4. Levo says:


    What does CH4 (methane) break down to in the presence of oxygen?

    answer CO2

    Scientifically what does the term f*cked mean?

  5. david7134 says:

    Don’t waste your time. He does not have an ounce of knowledge of science. He also, did not read the article and has not knowledge that the oceans produce CO2.

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