Climanutters Link California Earthquake With ‘Climate Change’

A magnitude 3.6 earthquake occurred near Westwood, California at 11:20pm California time Monday night. This is nothing unusual, being that the state is on what is scientifically called a “plate boundary.” Twitchy noted some people tweeted about it, but, they missed this, which was entirely predictable

And some wonder why I call them a cult.

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3 Responses to “Climanutters Link California Earthquake With ‘Climate Change’”

  1. Mike says:

    Climate change is real!!! Here where I live, temperatures have dropped nearly 20 degrees in the last 2-3 months!!!!!!!

    (Think I used enough exclamation points to have street cred?)

  2. Mike says:

    Earthquake just hit Mexico City. Globe must have warmed a little more since Monday night.
    Or maybe just tectonic activity making Mexico’s Jello jiggle?

  3. Jeffery says:

    Global warming does not directly cause earthquakes. Yet, fracking (and the disposal wells) are causing minor quakes in TX and OK, and melting ice caps in Greenland and Antarctica are causing earthquakes there, so human activity CAN affect seismic activity.

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