Say, Does Climate Change Make It Immoral To Have Kids?

Well, yeah, at least for Warmists, as they indoctrinate their children to act as brain dead cultists, as the parents and other Warmists constantly scare the kids about a doomed world based on fantasy, wishful thinking, and failed computer models. Of course, that’s not what Cult of Climastrology member Dave Bry is referring to

Does climate change make it immoral to have kids?
Bringing children into a disintegrating environment used to be a theoretical fear. Now it’s a very real one

(Could probably insert a facepalm and end this all after just the headline and subhead)

But there is a whole other potential person to consider, too – the new life that you are bringing into the world without asking first.

It’s not really fair. For while the world is a wonderful place, one we humans have made nicer for ourselves with wonderful inventions like books and record players, penicillin and pizza, it’s also a really awful place, one we’ve ravaged with deforestation and smog, nuclear weapons and mountains of pizza delivery boxes and other garbage.

The awfulness seems to be getting worse, especially now that climate change has sped up – sea level rise that was supposed to take centuries has recently been projected as taking just decades. This complicates the already difficult decision of whether to have a kid.

We’re living through what scientists call the “Sixth Extinction”, an era of precipitous decline in the number of species able to live on the planet. The last mass extinction, the fifth, happened 444m years ago, when the water, where all life on Earth lived, got too cold, and 86% of the little hexbug creatures that crawled around the sea floor froze to their demise.

If you’re thinking the rest is


you’d be correct. Oh, and Mr. Bry and spouse did go and have a child, hence, he’s a climahypocrite.

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6 Responses to “Say, Does Climate Change Make It Immoral To Have Kids?”

  1. John says:

    How many kids did you choose to have Teach and was that decision based upon the climate continuing to get hotter ( but not through AGW) ?
    And Teach in what you posted Bly asked questions but didn’t actually reach any conclusions did he ?
    Well other than to have one kid
    The future doesn’t look good politically for conservatives, young Anericans don’t like them

  2. Jeffery says:

    The future doesn’t look good politically for conservatives, young Anericans don’t like them

    Repubs and conservatives understand this, and that’s why they’re working overtime to steal elections and consolidate their power.

  3. jl says:

    Proof of elections being stolen, please.

  4. jl says:

    “And consolidate their power.” That’s a good one-what power?

  5. Jeffery says:

    from the article – the author discusses having children:

    my friend Dave, who had kids before me, came closest to capturing its essence while we were talking later that day: it was like having a door open in your brain and stepping through it and realizing that there’s this whole other part of your brain that you never knew was there before. A room, roughly the same size as the part of your brain that you’ve been using all your life, it was vast and mostly empty (like your old brain) but in it I found stuff, inside myself, that I had never known was in there before.

    This creature, this tiny newborn person, was half me. I felt a primordial bond that I’d never felt before, a connection different from anything I’d ever known. And I realized a deep, heavy responsibility: protecting him was instantly the most important job of all my jobs – to keep this thing alive, healthy, happy, thriving.

    Future climate meltdown was already a theoretical concern for future generations: what kind of world would my great-great-grandchildren inhabit? Now it all feels more pressing. How am I going to protect my kid? Was it fair for me to bring him into this world at all? Was it immoral?

    I remember dismissing parents who would tell me as a young man how having a child changed lives in ways you couldn’t understand. They were right. The same applies to having grandchildren.

    Is the author a hypocrite for having a child, while also being concerned about the future? That seems to be taking your knee-jerk Trumplike namecalling a bit too far. Just your typical mind-numbing ad hominem attack – the author is a hypocrite, therefore nothing he types should be believed.

    People without children, or with no plans to have children have little skin in the game, other than their natural concern for others (which eliminates most true conservatives, anyway).

    Teach: Are you so confident that global warming is a hoax that you’ll bet your children and grandchildren’s future on it? Have you asked your kids what they think?

  6. drowningpuppies says:

    Just your typical mind-numbing ad hominem attack

    -the little guy who exaggerates often and is really into the grandkids

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