Say, What Does Life Look Like After “Solving” Hotcoldwetdry?

There’s been a concerted effort as of late by the Cult of Climastrology to attempt to paint the world after implementing tons and tons of Warmist policies as being a utopia. Here’s another

Life after solving climate change: Not mud huts and gruel but clean air and warm homes

What will life be like after we’ve solved climate change? Better than today or worse? Mud huts and gruel, or flying cars and the Jetsons?

Comfy homes, good food, whip-smart appliances and robots hopping around on farms all seem pretty likely, experts queried by USA TODAY said. All in all, our living standard will be the same, only a lot greener and more efficient.

That view is in stark contrast to a common complaint by critics who object to making global warming-based changes to the economy, suggesting such changes would destroy America’s standard of living and force everyone to “live in yurts and eat tofu,” as one commenter put it.

“Every single proposed solution will simultaneously improve life and decrease carbon emissions,” said Noah Diffenbaugh, a professor of climate science at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, who has provided testimony and scientific expertise on climate change to the White House, the governor of California and U.S. congressional offices.

And everything will be rainbows and unicorns!

Houses won’t look all that different, though homes will almost certainly have solar power included if it’s appropriate for the area. This will be especially important in hot and sunny parts of the country, to decrease the pressure on power production for cooling during the day. California already has a law requiring that all new homes built after 2020 include solar panels.

Homes will still have heat and cooling, electric lights, lots of electronics and big windows. But the systems and appliances will be much more efficient and much smarter.

And will be much more expensive and controlling

The systems used to heat buildings will likely look different than the ones we know today. One example already being used in some U.S. buildings involves pre-heating or chilling water when power is cheap, and then using it during the day when power is more expensive.

And if you run out? Bummer, dude.

After getting out of bed, the next step might be to check the dishwasher to get out a cup for coffee. The dishwasher, along with most appliances, will likely be tied to a smart system in your house that knows the power cost at different times of the day. If the local power company gets significant power from wind turbines, the cheapest power may be at night. If it’s from solar, it might be cheapest during the day.

“Your dishwasher may very well communicate with the electric power grid and say ‘OK, Mr. Smith has decided that he only wants to run his dishwasher only when the price of power is less than 12 cents per kilowatt-hour, so your dishwasher may decide to run at 2:00 in the morning,” says Apt.

Oh, sure, you can over-ride the setting. If you remember. If the system allows you to. But, it would take a lot of consideration, because power would be so damned expensive.

Coal, oil and many natural gas-fired power plants will have long ago closed. Instead, the nation will likely be powered by a mix of nuclear, wind, solar, hydroelectric and some natural gas.

No, they won’t. Because the hardcores will not allow nuclear, and even protest and attempt to block hydro-electric. They are also against the use of natural gas in the home.

But, you know, everything will be hunky dory! We’ll be forced into big cities with central planning (no, no, this is totally different from the Soviets and Chinese, you guys!) We’ll have fun electric cars, but, won’t really be able to go anywhere. Everyone will be able to walk everywhere! We’ll have those awesome electric bullet trains because AOC will have taken away airplanes (at least for the proletariat). We’ll all be telecommuting because our jobs will have been replaced by robots

We’ll eat more seasonably than we do now because we’ll be paying more for energy and farmers will be thinking harder about water and energy usage.

“We’ve gotten into this mode that we expect to see blueberries and oranges every week of the year. As energy costs go higher and water becomes even in more short supply in the future, not every type of food will be available at every moment,” said Robert Myers, a professor of agriculture at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri, and an expert on climate change and sustainable agriculture.

Not that kiwis won’t be available from New Zealand, or tomatoes in December, but they’ll be more expensive.

All the youngsters out there who have been indoctrinated into the Cult of Climastrology should think hard about pie in the sky stuff, and should wonder why the Cult is pushing it so hard in this utopia manner. If they’re good with much higher prices, their advocado toast skyrocketing and only being available at certain times, and not being able to go somewhere to get that selfie, go for it. If someone is selling you something that seems too good to be true, it probably is.

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12 Responses to “Say, What Does Life Look Like After “Solving” Hotcoldwetdry?”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    Tomatoes won’t be more expensive. Any nation that can impose warming solutions on you can certainly impose price controls (and will have to). And as anyone who has ever lived under a communist government can tell you, you just won’t find any tomatoes at that price.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Wow, Teach. For you non-Warmists it’s always DOOM, DOOM, DOOM! LOL.

    Commies want to take away our coal-fired power plants!!

    The Constitution guarantees my right to all the gasoline I want and a reasonable price!!

    You non-Warmists are losing the PR battle (since physics refuses to accede to your demands). More and more Americans recognize that global warming is real – more and more are becoming non-Deniers.

    • Kye says:

      Climate cultists seem to be winning the PR battle (since they control the schools and media which emit this propaganda 24/7). More and more Americans are being scared into believing global warming is real by the perpetual din of lies and misinformation constantly announced as “fact”.

      I also have great doubt about any “science” that morphs into a political movement just as I have a “religion” that morphs into a political movement. They both stink of hypocrisy, subterfuge and a lust for power.

      It’s no accident that today, Earth Day is also Lenin’s birthday. Ira Einhorn and the other co-conspirators of the movement were devout communists. In case that little fact eluded you.

    • Mangoldielocks says:

      Commies want to take away our coal-fired power plants!!

      THEY ALREADY HAVE. Angela Merkel shut down every coal plant and then began buying natural gas from Russia while thumbing her nose at not only Obama but Trump as well. Many nations in the EU followed suit. The Russians aka commies are indeed taking away our COAL. And guess who replaces it? The RUSSIANS. You know that same group the left is willing to go to war with to cover up for Obama, HRC and the entire last admins corruption beyond Watergate levels.

      Why do you think NATO is in Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq? They want a pipeline to run into EU with a shit ton of natural gas.

      Your awesome EU buddies who claim they are all in on AGW are not the least bit all in on AGW.

      • Professor Hale says:

        The Russians are not communists. They used to be, back when they were called “Soviets”. Selling natural gas to Europe is called “commerce”. It’s what capitalists do. Taking advantage of commercial advantages is capitalism, not communism.

        NATO is not in Syria or Iraq. Some NATO countries are in Iraq and Syria and some are not, but it is not a NATO operation. I was just there last year. The reason they are there is to track down and kill their own citizens who are currently in ISIS so that they cannot return home and embarrass the local politicians who would be honor-bound to demand that they be allowed to return home. Killing them in Syria is MUCH better for everyone. There are already pipelines carrying fuels of various types all through Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Iran, and Turkey. No conspiracy plans needed. There are no pipelines carrying anything through Afghanistan.

  3. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Greenhouse gases, CO2 in particular, are
    but a fart in the wind of global warming when compared to the variation in energy imparted by the sun due to solar cycles.

  4. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Scientists have calculated that termites alone produce ten times as much carbon dioxide as all the fossil fuels burned in the whole world in a year.

  5. Liljeffyatemypuppy says:

    Over 97% of all greenhouse gases are natural and there is nothing we can do about them.

  6. dachs_dude says:

    With “Green” energy, there will be a lot more seasonal items other than local vegetables:

    There will be seasonal electricity due to varying amounts of sun and wind and snow. (How do those solar panels work when they’re snow covered??

    Also, thanks to the GND’s take over and elimination of Capitalism, (boo hiss), there will be long lines for basics like Toilet Paper and bread, (Bernie believes that bread lines are a sign of an economy that isn’t wasteful).

    But except for the party elites, most of us will be crushingly poor, yet finally equal!! Whatever medicine our government decides to bestow on us will, of course, be free. It just won’t be very effective or safe.

    As in North Korea, our roads will be well maintained, yet lightly traveled as gasoline and diesel will be out of reach of most consumers.

    In short, a paradise for those who hate that their neighbor has more of anything than they do. (Greed, envy and jealously as government policy).

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