Climate Cult AI Predicts The End Of Champagne By 2050

This is the same as their computer models: cult in cult out

New Year’s Eve beverage could go extinct due to climate change, AI company predicts

Bye-bye, bubbly?

Champagne may be in short supply rather soon, according to ClimateAI, a climate resilience platform based in San Francisco.

The company said the changing global climate could threaten the popular celebratory beverage.

ClimateAI’s artificial intelligence-driven data has suggested that hundreds of grape varieties could be on the brink of extinction, including champagne-making grapes like pinot noir, chardonnay and merlot.

Will Kletter, ClimateAI’s vice president of operations and strategy, told Fox News Digital in an interview that champagne and wine drinkers may be at a loss by the year 2050.

“If you are a consumer who has a very particular preference for a bottle of wine from a certain region, then I would encourage you to enjoy that now,” he said.

What happens when everything is fine in 2050? Who gets fired? Do we set fire to the computers?

Trees are in big trouble, and scientists are sounding the alarm

This winter season, disturbing news emerges about our trees that could reshape our understanding of forest resilience in the face of climate change. Recent scientific findings reveal a counterintuitive trend: trees from wetter climate regions are more vulnerable to drought compared to their arid counterparts.

This discovery challenges long-held beliefs about tree resilience and has significant implications for forest management and conservation.

It’s always something. Trees have done fine through warm and cool periods. It’s just insane, brainwashed cult group humans that are the issue.

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6 Responses to “Climate Cult AI Predicts The End Of Champagne By 2050”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    Why don’t these predictions ever predict anything nice? There should be some obvious advantages to a 1.5 degree shift on global temperatures like shorter winters, longer growing seasons, vast places like Siberia and Canada being open to habitation. Possibly even the regrowth of rainforests in places like Georgia and Colorado

  2. El Toro says:

    The grapes of Champagne are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier… Not Merlot!

    Had to add that, let’s see what other AIs come up with… I sense programmer bias.

  3. Jl says:

    Right after the Arctic ice disappears…..

  4. Don McCoy says:

    Champagne is full of Co2!

  5. Roberto says:

    As someone who made champagne decades ago I can reliably tell you that the mainstay grape varietal used back then was Pinot Chardonnay.

    Some years I might throw in 5-10% of Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc for more flavor, but in the end you probably wouldn’t be able to taste the difference, since taste also depends on the must’s acidity and the yeast(s) used, the secondary fermentation, clearing/riddling process, final dosage/sweetening, corking, and of course the proper ageing and cellaring.

    I’ve never used a Merlot. Not even for ‘pink’ champagne. But I guess AI just doesn’t care — sigh!

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