Good Grief: Climate Change To Ruin Your Breakfast And Drown Atlanta From Sea Rise

Quite frankly, this sounds like deja vu. I’m sure I’ve seen this before. But, hey, like any good (and debunked) Warmist meme, it keeps coming back around

5 Ways Climate Change Is Ruining Your Breakfast

1. Rising cereal prices. Kix might be kid-tested and mother-approved, but have fun buying them in 2030, when their cost could be as much as 24 percent higher due to drought-stricken grain crops, according to an Oxfam International report. (And that doesn’t even account for inflation.) Lovers of Frosted Flakes and Kellogg’s Corn Flakes should also start stockpiling now—Oxfam predicts their respective prices will rise by 20 and 30 percent by 2030.

Aaaaaand, once again, corn crops are in record territory. In fact, the US crop is so big they don’t know what to do with it. But, hey, they give us a prediction of what might possibly kinda happen when they look in the crystal ball. And everyone has forgotten their prediction.

Number 2 is on the coming bacon shortage, even mentioning the debunked British scare-story. Three is on “bland-but-costly” coffee.  Because coffee growing areas can’t possibly ever be moved. What did they do during the warmer 1930’s? Or during cool periods?

4. Waffle woes. The nation had to collectively leggo its Eggos in November 2009, when record flooding in Atlanta stopped waffle production at the local Kellogg plant. Sure, this has happened once so far, but according to the Environmental Protection Agency, “projected sea level rise, increased hurricane intensity, and associated storm surge may lead to further erosion, flooding, and property damage in the Southeast.”

So, wait, Atlanta has to worry about flooding from sea rise? Are Warmists really this insane? It’s not like it’s 1,050 feet above sea level or something. As for hurricane intensity, where is it? The last major hurricane to hit the US mainland was in October 2005. We’ll break the record going back to the Civil War if there are no Category 3+ US landfalls through November.

As for #5, apparently, Climate Change ate it.

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2 Responses to “Good Grief: Climate Change To Ruin Your Breakfast And Drown Atlanta From Sea Rise”

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  2. JorgXMcKie says:

    As near as I can tell, the Warmists know as little about farming and farm markets as they do about, oh, data collection and management, statistical analysis — particularly factor analysis, or history. Due to my weird background I know a fair amount about farming [grew up poor on a farm] and statistics [now teach it and do some SEM modeling] and a little history. It never fails to boggle me when they make idiot pronouncements that demonstrate how little they really know.

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