Good News: We’re Soon Doomed From “Super Heat Waves”

The latest in doom and gloom from the Cult of Climastrology

New study: ‘Super heat waves’ of 131°F coming if global warming continues unchecked

In Europe, the recent heat wave was so extreme — with temperatures reaching 111°F (44°C), fueling wildfires and wasp attacks — it was nicknamed “Lucifer.” In the Middle East, as temperatures soared to 121°F (50°C), “birds in Kuwait have reportedly been dropping from the sky,” the International Business Times reported Friday.

The fires were caused by Mankind starting them, not by too much carbon pollution. It gets hot in the Middle East. Heat waves have always happened, even in the midst of Holocene cool periods. Surprise!

But, new research says, we ain’t seen nothing yet. A new study by the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Union’s science and research lab, finds that “if global temperatures rise with 4°C [7°F], a new super heat wave of 55°C [131°F] can hit regularly many parts of the world, including Europe” and the United States.

So, if we go by the models, which have failed 95% of the time, things will get super bad. This is followed by continued doomsaying, leading to

Staying below 2°C rise requires all nations of the world, including ours, to not merely achieve our emissions reduction pledges made in Paris in December 2015, but to keep strengthening those reductions every few years until total global emissions are zero sometime in the second half of the century. And that can’t happen as long as Donald Trump — or any comparable global warming denier — is in office.

What does this mean? More government, taxation, fees, limited freedom, higher cost of living. Why do Warmists think none of these things will harm their own lives?

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One Response to “Good News: We’re Soon Doomed From “Super Heat Waves””

  1. B Church says:

    I had the privilege of participating in the first Gulf War in 1990 and when the summer rolled around in Saudi Arabia it can get a little warm. I recall standing outside the chow hall and glancing at a thermometer mounted near the door it read 120 degrees which was typical for that time of year (I spent two tours in Riyadh). As for birds dropping from the sky, there were several scud birds that I saw drop from the sky due to our missile’s heat.

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