Scientists Prognosticate Utter Doom From A Tiny Change In Earth’s Temperature

Another day, yet another bit of looking in a crystal ball computer model from the Cult of Climastrology

Scientists highlight deadly health risks of climate change

The future is expected to hold more deadly heat waves, the fast spread of certain infectious diseases and catastrophic food shortages.

These events could cause premature deaths — and they’re all related to climate change, according to a panel of experts who gathered at the Carter Center in Atlanta on Thursday for the Climate & Health Meeting.

The meeting became a subject of controversy as Trump prepared to take office last month.

However, the meeting allowed experts to sound alarms about the deadly health risks associated with climate change.

Between 2030 and 2050, climate change is projected to cause about 250,000 additional deaths per year from heat stress, malnutrition and the spread of infectious diseases like malaria, according to the World Health Organization.

It’s almost like this is something out of the Book Of Revelations!

“The extreme weather events calculated by the insurance industry have obviously been increasing,” former US Vice President Al Gore said in a keynote speech at the meeting. “As I’ve said on other occasions, every night on the television news now is like a nature hike through the Book of Revelation.”

The majority of climate scientists — 97% — agree that climate change is real and human pollution is largely responsible.

Once you trot out the utterly debunked 97% concenses, you’ve moved from science into politics. And that’s exactly what this is all about. If these people really believed, they wouldn’t be taking lots of fossil fueled trips to yammer about “carbon pollution.”

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2 Responses to “Scientists Prognosticate Utter Doom From A Tiny Change In Earth’s Temperature”

  1. Jl says:

    “The extreme weather events calculated by the insurance industry….”. Stop there. An industry that makes it’s money insuring against disasters is predicting……disasters? Strange. Also, ask them or any one to define “extreme weather events”. There isn’t one, yet they can tell you there are more of them. It’s magic

  2. Jeffery says:

    30 to 35 F above average this week. Fires popping up in fields and woods due to drought. We hope it’s not 35 above average this summer! 90 + 35 = 125 F!!!

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