Climate Change Can Ruin Your Easter Or Something

You didn’t think the Cult of Climastrology would forget to fearmonger by linking Easter with their Beliefs, did you? It’s behind the paywall, but, I just had to sign up for a free trial to see it

3 ways climate change could ruin Easter

There’s a lot to love about Easter. Kids running around the front yard searching for brightly colored plastic eggs full of candy. The decadent ham dinner. And of course the squeal-inducing imagery of baby bunnies, chicks and lambs.

Yet while the beloved springtime celebration packs a delightful punch, climate change doesn’t take off for holidays.

From weather extremes increasingly threatening bunny food to a possible chocolate-free future, here are three ways climate change could affect what is arguably the cutest holiday.

Don’t worry, kids, the Easter Bunny should still show his fuzzy tail on Sunday.

So, what are the problems?

  1. Alfalfa — the food of choice for rabbits — is under threat (oh, and rabbits could be doomed because of mild winters. You know, the ones the species
  2. Goodbye, Easter ham? (pigs are doomed from a tiny increase in the average temperature, you guys!)
  3. Chocolate bunnies will be off the menu, too (because prognosticating a 4 F increase by 2050 in a few chocolate growing nations, so, chocolate is doomed. Even though there’s only been a measly 1.4F increase since 1850. Their models tell them so!)

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7 Responses to “Climate Change Can Ruin Your Easter Or Something”

  1. Uncle Dan says:

    This article is more proof of what is said here all the time – that environmentalism is a cult that demands constant attention and revolves around fear and a constant/neverending threat. Exactly like a cult works. And just like a cult, it meanders all over the place and never provides proof. Merely asking for proof brings the wrath of the cult leadership and usually the members as well. Great job on these articles.
    My favorite is the ‘rising seas’ argument. Whenever I hear it I bring up the fact that 1. There are NO coastal cities being flooded by rising oceans ANYWHERE. 2. The beaches are the same as they’ve always been. 3. Environmentalist wacko celebrities keep buying zillion dollar oceanfront properties because they really aren’t too worried about rising seas either.
    Environmentalists are all Watermelons – green on the outside, red on the inside. Talk to one for a while and when you’re done, you’ve had a discussion with a bona fide Socialist/Communist.

  2. Jeffery says:

    measly 1.4F increase

    You misspelled “massive”. Did you realize that 1.4F is the largest temperature excursion during the entire Holocene, that epoch when all of human civilization developed? Our Earth starting a slow cooling phase about 6000 yrs ago, cooling less that 1F from the Climatic Optimum up until this current rapid warming phase began.

    Can you predict when this current rapid warming period will end and what physical mechanism will cause it to stop? Experts in the area predict that the Earth will continue to warm.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    Did you realize that 1.4F is the largest temperature excursion during the entire Holocene, that epoch when all of human civilization developed?

    Only if one adheres to Mann’s thoroughly debunked “Hockey Stick Theory”.

    • Jeffery says:

      That’s not true. Several reconstructions support the conclusion.

      That the Earth has warmed 1.4F recently has not been debunked, much less thoroughly debunked.

      • drowningpuppies says:

        Yes, it is true.
        Mann was debunked thoroughly.
        The statement “1.4F the largest excursion during the Holocene…” has most definitely not been proven and you know it.

        • Jeffery says:

          Proofs are rare in science. All we have is the best available evidence at the time.

          • drowningpuppies says:

            Well at least you agree that your original statement has not been proven.
            So why make it?

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