Nothing Says “Climate Change Is Real” Like Using A Fake Monster

And, by climate change, I’m referring to the notion that the current warm period is mostly/solely caused by Mankind, and we’re doomed in the future

Perfect. Using a fake monster to pimp a fake issue is perfect.

Meanwhile, NASA is still pimping the climate scam to kids

And here’s someone who missed that sea levels are down

And another costume

Bet she stiffs the kids on candy and gives them a Stern Lecture on Hotcoldwetdry. Speaking of candy, the requisite “chocolate is doomed” that we’ve heard for well over a decade

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7 Responses to “Nothing Says “Climate Change Is Real” Like Using A Fake Monster”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Cacao processing corporations such as Hershey’s, Nestle and Mars are investing in new cultivars and in securing new regions for growing cacao trees as climate change reduces the yield of the current growing areas. Why would private corporations spend resources on this?

    Cacao can only grow within about 20° north and south of the equator—south of the Mediterranean home of carob, in fact. Cacao trees only prosper under specific conditions, including fairly uniform temperatures, high humidity, abundant rain, nitrogen-rich soil, and protection from wind. In short, cacao trees thrive in rainforests.

    Another staple of American consumption, coffee, suffers direct harm from rising temperatures, but chocolate is different. Rising temperatures alone won’t necessarily hurt cacao production. Cacao cultivation areas in Malaysia, for instance, already endure a warmer climate than in West Africa without any obvious negative effect.

    The danger to chocolate comes from an increase in evapotranspiration, especially since the higher temperatures projected for West Africa by 2050 are unlikely to be accompanied by an increase in rainfall, according to business-as-usual carbon dioxide emissions scenarios. In other words, as higher temperatures squeeze more water out of soil and plants, it’s unlikely that rainfall will increase enough to offset the moisture loss.

    By the way, you may not of noticed but the monster was a cartoon.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Yep, the evidence is overwhelming.

    • JGlanton says:

      The rainfall in Africa’s chocolate growing regions hasn’t changed. It’s really easy to check. This is more of the usual BS climate change speculation about what could happen if it gets a lot warmer by 2050. But it’s not, and it won’t.

  2. Fargo says:

    I think Ill send my grandkids as Liberals. Im sure that will scare the bejesus out of most people answering their doors because of course only conservatives give out candy because we are all rich multimillionaires who spend every waking moment of our lives figuring ways to step on the poor.

    So liberal it is. Or perhaps Robert Mueller. AFter all why the GOP DOJ would hire Robert Mueller as a special prosecutor when everyone in D.C. knew that he signed off on Uranium One and worked for Obama and is himself most likely going to jail if the GOp actually ever investigates anything.

    Perhaps an NFL player. They wont get much trick or treating down though with one knee on the ground bemoaning the horrible treatment by Democrats of their black people. Oh sure every 2-4 years the Left trotts out their token Negros and tells them how they will help them only to then tuck them back into the ghettos until the next election.

    How about an Illegal Mexican? That would be a good one. We can promise them all jobs while the next one million are willing to work for even less forcing 30 percent of hispanics to vote for Trump because they finally are starting to get it. The American Dream is an American lie designed to bring illegals to vote for Democrats who just give their jobs away to the next busload of Illegals flowing into our country.

    Or the most Evil character of all. George Soros who owns half of brazillian oil, has bought huge stakes in coal mining operations and while he funds AGW groups he sells oil and coal to the rest of the world.

    There are lots of scary people we could be. The koch brothers? Any billionaire on either side will be sufficient.

    perhaps most of all lets all go as members of the US senate where power trips and offshore bank accounts force them into total inaction on almost everything except the renaming of a government building in a tiny town in the middle of nowhere. But that might not work as they would just spend their entire time debating rather to ring the door bell.

    Ted Cruz? Awesome scary guy. He could filibuster every door keeping the people behind him from getting any candy at all. But at least he executed his contitutionalist viewpoint on how to do things in America.

    In other words. Going as a ghost or a goblin is not scary anymore. Politicians are the most scary people in the world second only to those people who now run our FBI,CIA and federal agencies with such a ferocious agenda that it might be in the best interest of the nation to simply fire every civil servant and have them then reapply for their jobs, while we fill the vaccancies with Illegal hispanics. I would be willing to bet they would do a better job for America than our current crop of crazed radicals filling the halls of justice in America.

  3. Zachriel says:

    William Teach: And here’s someone who missed that sea levels are down

    Only a true Climate Skepticâ„¢ could look at this graph and think it means sea levels are going down.

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