Your Fault: Texans Are Trapped In A Fortress Of Solitude Or Something

The Warmists said we could have fixed this with a tax, but, you had to be difficult

Climate change is trapping Texans in an arid ‘fortress of solitude,’ expert says

Texas faces a brutal climate and development paradox heading deeper into the 21st century, a state climate scientist said.

“Everything is bigger in Texas, including our climate challenges,” said Jay Banner, a geologist at the University of Texas at Austin.

“Texas sees synergistic issue more than anyplace else,” Banner said.

The state is trapped between two difficult realities, Banner told audiences at South By Southwest, Austin’s signature technology and culture event.

About 40 percent of homes in the United States are at “extreme” risk from climate change — whether in the form of heat, wind or air quality, according to data from First Street Foundation.

In other words, complete and utter doom from a tiny increase in the global temperature since 1850. It’s always something doomsday with these folks. But, really, the intention here is to try and convince Right leaning Texans to join the climate cult by preaching doom.

“We wash our hands and it goes down the sink, and then we use clean water to pee in,” Banner said. “Our toilet is filled up with drinking-water quality water. It takes a lot of energy to pick up water and pump it around time. We have to do our business in water that’s drinkable.

“So instead we can use grey water — you wash your hands, could go right to fill up your toilet tank.”

These people.

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10 Responses to “Your Fault: Texans Are Trapped In A Fortress Of Solitude Or Something”

  1. david7134 says:

    The Texans may know that the climate may be changing. But they are smart people and are well aware that the climate is not changing because of a trace gas and that taxes and destruction of our way of life will do nothing to the climate.

  2. James Lewis says:

    Regarding the Man Made Global Warming hoaxers:

    “Historically, the claim of consensus has been the first refuge of scoundrels; it is a way to avoid debate by claiming that the matter is already settled. Whenever you hear the consensus of scientists agrees on something or other, reach for your wallet, because you’re being had. Let’s be clear: the work of science has nothing whatever to do with consensus. Consensus is the business of politics.” Michael Crichton 17 January 2003 speech at the California Institute of Technology

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    SXSW says it all.
    Party on.

    Bwaha! Lolgf

  4. To old to run says:

    Banner…from UT…all I need to know, some dipshit from Austin, the sodomite capital of Texas……I’m a native and I can only hope that our climate is inhospitable to the transpedophilia eunuchs and screeching self prochtoligists that have invaded our once great State….let em drink toilet water…I won’t

    • h says:

      Ronald Reagan was the first American politician to warn us about carbon pollution way back in the 1980s
      Rich humans will be less affected by global warming than most humans.
      Texas is no longer deep red. Pioneers sent by SOROS have been flooding into the state.

      If you are already old you won’t have much to fear from climate change.

  5. unklc says:

    …and the horse they rode in on.

  6. sd says:

    BREAKING: TikTok “Ban” Bill Passes the House! Guest Vivek Ramaswamy – Rumble Video

    • Professor Hale says:

      This is another stupid bill by people who care more about immediate gratification than long term effects. If Tic Toc is dangerous, then ban it entirely. Write the law to prevent any company from popping up that has the same harmful properties. The way this law is written, it seems the only objection they have to massive data theft and exploitation is that the Chinese are doing it instead of an American company. Further, it gives authority to the President (or the shadow government behind him) to decide who gets to buy TicToc. So, instead of TicToc being a propaganda arm of the CCP, it does the same thing for the Democratic party. I’m not seeing any improvement by that change.

      For the record, TicToc is zero threat to me since I don’t use it. Like twitter, I don’t know why any adult would use it. Parents should exercise oversight of what is on their children’s phone. That app can be deleted. Phones can be locked to prevent downloading the app again.

      • david7134 says:

        Agree prof., but I don’t see any use at all for what people call social media. Most of the news is wrong or phrased in a manor to be acceptable to the idiot liberals. It is used to bully people, another favorite activity of liberals, sometimes resulting in death. I understand that the people in tech often will not allow their children to access this junk.

  7. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Mr Lewis,

    Science fiction writer and superb story-teller Crichton’s writings reflected his anti-science and anti-scientist beliefs.

    Of course science progresses on scientific consensus! Smoking is unhealthy. Pollution degrades our world. Gravity is real. The Earth is warming. There was once a supercontinent, Pangaea. Homo sapiens evolved from earlier, now extinct, species.

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