‘Climate Change’ (scam) To Accelerate Wacky Weather In Near Future Or Something

When in the near future? They don’t say

Climate change to accelerate extreme weather events in near future

Heat waves are expected to become more frequent and more intense, if we continue to emit these warming greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. The unprecedented extreme weather that we’ve seen over the past year is clearly a result of human activities.


The types of events that occurred in 2017 was long back predicted by the scientists. Warming of the earth and oceans would supply more energy to intensify hurricanes and killer storms, there would be fewer rainfall events, creating more widespread drought. Moreover, more moisture in the atmosphere would increase the amount of heavy rainfall leading to Harvey and Irma like floods that the world has seen in the past few years.

So, drought and flood! More rainfall and less rainfall. Do we need to even discuss their completely failed prognostications regarding tropical systems and “killer storms”, as they dried up for over a decade?

Looking at the unprecedented events, clearly the impact these of climate changes is no longer subtle as the cost of inaction is already far greater than the cost of action. It is sure that soon, the Greenland ice sheet and the west Antarctic Ice Sheet will be seen melting and sea levels will be seen rising.

Things are seen getting worse day by day, we need to do is to take the steps earliest possible in the form of decreasing our emissions and transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy to save the earth.

Day by day! And in the near future, doom! And there was even a handy dandy graphic of what will happen sometime in the “near future”

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6 Responses to “‘Climate Change’ (scam) To Accelerate Wacky Weather In Near Future Or Something”

  1. Hoss says:

    It’s a sweet gig when absolutely everything is attributed to global warming, er, climate change: a little hotter, a little colder, weather static, no storms, more storms, less severe storms, more severe storms…you get it.

    And then when you’re predictions don’t pan out (we’ll all be dead in 5 years, said 30 years ago; hurricanes are going to be beast for the next 5 years, and then we have fewer than ever, and they’re weak: lather, rinse, repeat); hey, it’s still no biggie. Because weather. Or Climate.

    Hard to believe people still believe that bullshit, all based on computer models (GIGO).

  2. Jl says:


  3. Jeffery says:

    We had a record 82 last week, snow 2 days later, 4 inches of rain yesterday and today (and 70 degrees. In February), an ice storm, freezing rain and snow overnight! Nothing wacky here.

    Us: You can’t make all four seasons in one day!
    Climate: Hold my beer…

  4. Jl says:

    As J has the vapors over his local weather, makes my point.

    • Some Hillbilly in St Louis says:

      The greater St Louis area has a unique microclimate due in part to the massive Mississippi river basin, geographical location, and other factors. The weather here is and always has been unusual and has been documented and studied as a result.

  5. captainfish says:

    Quick.. Everyone.. hey, everyone… STOP BREATHING!!! We need to save our children’s future. Oh, and kill all the animals, too.

    Funny how there were larger and more numerous animals on the planet when it was warmer and much more CO2 on the earth. And the earth was much lusher as well with vibrant and humongous plant growth.

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