‘Climate Change” Doomed Kiribati Strangely Grows Almost 33%

This is amazing, folks! A climate change miracle, per Tim Blair


“Kiribati will soon be engulfed by water, and its people have nowhere to go,” Bloomberg’s Jeffrey Goldberg predicted in 2013.

“The Paris climate deal may be too little, too late for the islanders of Kiribati,” Time magazine worried in 2015.

“Climate change is threatening the livelihoods of the people of tiny Kiribati, and even the island nation’s existence,” the New York Times wept in 2016. “The government is making plans for the island’s demise.”

They may wish to put those plans on hold, because Kiribati is now bigger than ever:

Low-lying Pacific islands regarded as “poster child” examples of the threat from rising sea levels are expanding not sinking, a new study has revealed.

Scientists have been surprised by the findings, which show that some islands have grown by almost one-third over the past 60 years.

Among the island chains to have increased in land area are Tuvalu and neighbouring Kiribati, both of which attracted attention at last year’s Copenhagen climate summit …

I’m sure the Cult of Climastrology will manufacture a talking point for this, if they don’t simply just ignore it altogether.

“Eighty per cent of the islands we’ve looked at have either remained about the same or, in fact, got larger.

“Some have got dramatically larger,” he said.


This whole thing has little to do with science, and everything to do with politics, one those things being the redistribution of 1st World money.

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3 Responses to “‘Climate Change” Doomed Kiribati Strangely Grows Almost 33%”

  1. JGlanton says:

    The truth shall eventually prevail. The leftists will move on to the next apocalyptic cause and find a new shaman to enrich.

  2. Jl says:

    Another failed prediction? Must be a first

  3. Oldav8r says:

    This is simply climate change taking a brief step back before it rushes forward and envelopes the world !! Pike’s Peak will be Pike’s Island !

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