The World Could Become Like Mad Max From ‘Climate Change’ Or Something

Personally, I blame the vast amounts of fossil fuels to produce movies and TV shows from the liberal entertainment industry

‘Mad Max’ Is A Lot Scarier When You Realize That’s Where We Could Be Headed

Two winners at Sunday night’s Academy Awards used their time on stage to warn audiences about the dangers of climate change — and it turns out that science supports many of their claims.

Specifically, some scientists say it could be possible for the Earth to one day resemble the arid wasteland depicted in “Mad Max: Fury Road” if we don’t take steps to curb climate change.

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9 Responses to “The World Could Become Like Mad Max From ‘Climate Change’ Or Something”

  1. john says:

    Teach how much colder was it when we had our last ice age ?

  2. Steve says:

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    ps. Would you please add CC to your blogroll???

  3. Jeffery says:

    The climate scientists at RSS just published a paper describing the faulty corrections they’ve been making to their data since 1998.

    The new dataset shows substantially increased global-scale warming relative to the previous version of the dataset, particularly after 1998. The new dataset shows more warming than most other middle tropospheric data records constructed from the same set of satellites. We also show that the new dataset is consistent with long-term changes in total column water vapor over the tropical oceans, lending support to its long-term accuracy.

    This brings the RSS dataset in line with Dr. Roy Spencer’s and Jon Christy’s UAH satellite data. February 2016 was the warmest month in the history of UAH satellite records. In fact, the UAH dataset shows over 1.1C warming since 1979!!

    The Earth is warming, even though dishonest Deniers like Monckton and Teach post and repost the old flawed RSS data in support of the “pause”. They knew it was inconsistent with all the other datasets. They knew but posted anyway.

    The Earth is warming. The Earth is warming because we humans keep pumping CO2 into the atmosphere.

  4. drowningpuppies says:

    The Earth is warming because we humans keep pumping CO2 into the atmosphere.

    -the little guy who exaggerates often and cannot provide direct scientific proof that links CO2 to warming

  5. Jeffery says:

    The little guy who sucks dog penises can’t explain why the Earth is warming rapidly.

  6. drowningpuppies says:

    -the little guy who exaggerates often and uses beastialty metaphors to express his little opinions.

  7. gbear says:

    Stop exhaling the dreaded CO2.

  8. Jeffery says:


    CO2 is not dreaded. It’s just a simple molecule.

    Human respiration (converting complex carbon molecules and oxygen to CO2, water and energy) is part of the normal carbon cycle. How so? Humans consume carbon dioxide that has been temporarily “trapped” as complex carbon molecules (e.g., carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids)in plants and animals. Humans do not emit more CO2 than was absorbed from the atmosphere by the plants in the first place. The increase in CO2 in the past century or so is from humans burning coal, oil and gas, where the carbon has been locked away for hundreds of millions of years.

    Humans do not eat coal, gas or oil. It IS true that some of the processes that generate our foods DO use carbon that has been trapped long-term (coal, oil, gas) adding to the carbon dioxide burden in the atmosphere causing warming.

    Plants: CO2 + H2O + energy (sunlight) –> C6H12O6 (glucose)

    Animals: C6H12O6 + O2 –> CO2 + H20 + energy

  9. drowningpuppies says:

    CO2 is not dreaded. It’s just a simple molecule.

    -the little guy who exaggerates often and believes a molecule that numbers 4 parts per 10,000 in the atmosphere controls the Earth’s thermostat yet does not offer any direct scientific proof for his little belief

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