Good News: Before We Drown From ‘Climate Change’ (scam), We’ll Starve

If only all the True Believers would give up their own use of fossil fuels, this wouldn’t be an issue


Climate change impedes access to food and water to the world’s most vulnerable. Syria is facing its worst drought in 900 years. Climate change-driven drought makes it more difficult for places like Kenya to maintain successful livestock and agriculture, exacerbating hunger.

Over 815 million people in the world are chronically hungry, and the number is rising. It can be hard to make sense of a number so large, so a study released in Royal Society Publishing yesterday mapped all the parts of the world that will be affected by climate change-driven hunger and drought in the next century.

It’s almost all of it.

If the Earth warms 2 degrees Celsius compared to a pre-industrial Earth, this is how much of the world will be vulnerable to hunger. The darker the red, the more vulnerable the area. It averages five different climate models—which make slightly different assumptions about air and water circulation.

Everybody Pani……oh, wait, we’re nowhere near a 2C increase, this is all fearmongering by people who refuse to practice what they preach.

Seriously, Warmists wonder why most people rank ‘climate change’ as a very low ranking issue. People tend to tune out the unhinged.

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2 Responses to “Good News: Before We Drown From ‘Climate Change’ (scam), We’ll Starve”

  1. DCE says:

    One has to wonder why all of these “model’s” assume that warmer automatically equates to drier? These guys keep telling us that drought will become widespread. How do they know? Or are they merely SWAGging it? If I had to guess, I’d say they’re just guessing. After all we already know a cooler Earth is a drier Earth. I would think that a warmer Earth would be a wetter one. Goodness knows it’s been that way before. Why will it be different this time?

    So far no one has been able to adequately tell me. They just tell me to trust them. But I am an engineer and I don’t take anyone’s word when it comes to the numbers. I want to see the factors they use. I want to see how their calculations come up with “drier and drought everywhere”. I want to know what assumptions they’re making and how it affects their modeling. Until then I ain’t believing any of their prognostications.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Good point.

      One also has to answer how CO2 causes warming in a convective atmosphere like the one we have on Earth.

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