‘Climate Change’ Could Maybe Possibly We Guess Increase Heatwave Deaths By 2,000 Percent Or Something

I ran across this article at CNS News, but was going to pass it by because the survey is from earlier in July. But, let’s look at it first

Despite Al Gore’s Persistence, Global Climate Change Is Not People’s Most Pressing Concern

In a recent interview with the Vatican News service, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore again claimed “the climate crisis is now the biggest existential challenge humanity has ever faced.”

Gore boasted, “I have been fortunate to be able to pour every ounce of energy I have into efforts to contribute to the solution to his crisis.” Ironically, Mr. Gore personally uses vast amounts of energy, often traveling in private jets, SUVs and limousines, and lives in mansions, one of which uses 21 times more electricity than the average American home.

We often hear claims that man-made climate change is our greatest threat. But according to a recent Gallup poll, very few people in the United States actually believe it is. Indeed, even the United Nations own polling reveals that respondents across the world rate climate change last among issues they would like the UN and governments to focus on. No matter how long the list, climate change is nearly always last.

Other polls bear this out time and time again. Why? Perhaps it’s due to unhinged pronouncements like this, which would fit in better with those crazy papers like the Weekly World News you used to find at the supermarket checkout line. Not in what’s supposed to be a respectable mainstream news site

Climate change could increase heat wave deaths 2,000 percent by 2080: study

Deaths from heat waves could increase by up to 2,000 percent in certain parts of the world by 2080 as a result of climate change, according to a new study released on Tuesday by PLOS Medicine.

“Future heatwaves in particular will be more frequent, more intense and will last much longer,”  Yuming Guo, the study’s lead, said in a statement to Reuters. “If we cannot find a way to mitigate the climate change (reduce the heatwave days) and help people adapt to heatwaves, there will be a big increase of heatwave-related deaths in the future.”

Guo’s study looked into 20 countries on four continents, finding that the increase in mortality was likely to be highest near the equator.

The team said the country hardest hit by rising temperatures would be Colombia, which reportedly could suffer 2,000 percent more premature deaths due to extreme heat from 2031 to 2080 compared with 1971 to 2010.

Their computer models (which have failed again and again and again) tell them it’s going to get hotter and they’ve decided mankind is at fault, and then they scaremonger about future deaths. Yet, the same people want to restrict the use of air conditioners, along with reliable fossil fueled energy. But refuse to give up their own big carbon footprints.

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