Your Fault: ‘Climate Change’ (scam) Will Soon Kill As Many People As All Infectious Diseases Combined

You just had to have that cheeseburger, didn’t you? And you drove your fossil fueled vehicle to get it, and didn’t even car pool. And you had a big syrupy drink with it. And, so, yeah, the Cult of Climastrology is continuing to use COVID 19 as a platform to pimp their cult

Without Urgent Action, Study Warns, Climate Crisis Could Kill as Many People as All Infectious Diseases Combined by 2100

A new study warns that the annual global death rate from the climate crisis could equal or even exceed current mortality levels from all infectious diseases combined by the end of the century if bold action is not taken.

“We are studying the risk of death faced by our own children,” said University of California public policy professor Solomon Hsiang, one of the report’s co-authors. “Today’s 10-year-old fifth grader will turn 65 in 2075, facing mortality risks from climate change every year of their retirement. Failing to address climate change is not that different from driving your kids around without a seat belt: you are putting their lives at risk.” (tweet to the Berkeley article was embedded)

The study, “Valuing the Global Mortality Consequences of Climate Change Accounting for Adaptation Costs and Benefits,” was published in the National Bureau of Economic Research on Monday.

According to Climate Impact Lab, which produced the report, the study “finds that in a world with continued high fossil-fuel emissions, warmer temperatures will rank among the world’s most significant public health threats by the end of the century.”

What they’re claiming is

The study, prepared by the Climate Impact Lab, reported that as greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere continue to escalate, rising temperatures in the decades ahead could raise annual global mortality rates by 73 deaths per 100,000 people. By comparison, the current death rate for all infectious diseases — including malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, plus diseases transmitted by ticks, mosquitos and parasites — is about 74 deaths per 100,000 people globally.

Uh huh. Sure. Right. More scaremongering.

The working paper was published Monday, August 3 by the National Bureau of Economic Research. The Climate Impact Lab is a multi-disciplinary consortium that includes scholars from the University of Chicago, Rutgers University, Berkeley and the Rhodium Group, based in Oakland, California; the lab includes a number of Berkeley faculty and graduates, with Hsiang serving as co-director.

A bunch of folks engaged in prognostication, who won’t be held accountable when this fails to come to pass in 80 years

Trevor Houser, a partner at analyst firm Rhodium Group and another report co-author, sounded a hopeful note, saying that if nations take decisive action now to combat the climate crisis, there’s hope that the dire predictions in the study won’t come to pass.

“The world can still change course by aggressively reducing emissions, and in doing so has the potential to deliver some of the most significant public health gains in human history,” said Houser.

So, why don’t members of the Cult of Climastrology actually reduce their own carbon footprints? Stop using fossil fuels, give up meat, take 2 minute showers, and so forth?

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One Response to “Your Fault: ‘Climate Change’ (scam) Will Soon Kill As Many People As All Infectious Diseases Combined”

  1. Dana says:

    In the early 1950s, Americans were told that:

    There will not be another world war during this century. The next 50 years will witness an amazing increase in wealth and prosperity, with a continuous rise in the world standard of living. The threat of world overpopulation will disappear with ample space for everyone, thus removing one of the long existing causes for wars and revolutions.

    By the year 2000 cures for most of the diseases of man will have been discovered. The average age will be about 100 years. Journeys through space in rocket ships will be an established form of transportation, with regularly scheduled trips to the various planets. A number of man-made moons will be circling around the earth.

    So, if’n they were unable to predict what the world would be like 48 years into the future, maybe, just maybe, we ought to be a bit leery of predictions as to what the world will be like 80 years from now.

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