‘Climate Change’ Could Totally Doom Coastal Cities Or Something

Neil deGrasse Tyson continues to bring the climacrazy

(Live Science) The United States “might not be able to recover” from climate change if extreme weather events and flooding continue to swamp the country’s largest coastal cities, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson told CNN yesterday (Sept. 17).

In an interview with reporter and TV host Fareed Zakaria on CNN’s “GPS,” Tyson discussed hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which dumped rain and brought heavy winds and storm surges to Texas and Florida, respectively.

When asked about Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert’s response to the hurricanes — that is, declining to say whether climate change had intensified the storms — Tyson lost his patience.

“Fifty inches of rain in Houston!” Tyson said, according to CNN. “This is a shot across our bow, a hurricane the width of Florida going up the center of Florida!”

That’s called weather. We’ve discussed this many times. We’ve also discussed that it was almost 12 years between major landfalling hurricanes. Is that ‘climate change’, too?

Research shows that human-caused climate change can make storms more extreme than they would be otherwise, Live Science reported previously. But humankind has been slow to curb the emission of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, Tyson said, adding that the longer people take to respond to climate change, the bleaker the outcome for humanity gets.

They also quote Michael “Robust Debate” Mann, but, forget to ask other scientists, who say there is no proof of the assertion. Nor the UN IPCC, which won’t take a stance on this, either. Because they don’t have scientific proof of this, just talking points.

“I worry that we might not be able to recover from this, because all our greatest cities are on the oceans and water’s edges, historically for commerce and transportation,” Tyson said on CNN.

These cities will be the first to go as water levels rise, Tyson said. “And we don’t have a system — we don’t have a civilization with the capacity to pick up a city and move it inland 20 miles [32 kilometers],” he said. “This is happening faster than our ability to respond. That could have huge economic consequences.”

Well, guess what? You can’t come to ours. You know, all the “flyover country” you Leftist Warmists denigrate? Of course, it’s not really going to happen. It’s just more hysterical doom-saying from cultists.

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2 Responses to “‘Climate Change’ Could Totally Doom Coastal Cities Or Something”

  1. stonecruiser says:

    When life gives you lemons, my drive to the beach will be whole lot shorter. Win, win.

  2. david7134 says:

    They should not tease us with the possibility that the liberal elite, our masters, could drown.

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