Your Fault: Easter Egg Prices Rise Due To Hotcoldwetdry

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Easter eggs costs rise as climate change hits crops

You may have noticed that Easter eggs are more expensive this year.

But did you know that climate change is one of the reasons?

Most chocolate is made from cocoa grown in West Africa, but a humid heatwave has blasted the crops and massively cut yields.

Experts say that human-induced climate change has made the extreme heat 10 times more likely.

Which? found some popular eggs have risen in price by 50% or more.

The shortage of cocoa resulting from the heatwave has seen prices soar to almost $8,500 (£6,700) a tonne this week.

Humid heat waves never happened before fossil fueled vehicles, you know.

I’m not particularly surprised by this article, as the climate cult always looks for way to link their cult dogma with current events.

Another factor impacting the crops was El Niño.

This is a recurring, natural fluctuation in weather patterns in the tropical Pacific that drives up global temperatures and can lead to extreme weather in some places. A strong El Niño has been active since last June.

Yup, natural variability is really the cause, and just being a typical Holocene warm period.

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6 Responses to “Your Fault: Easter Egg Prices Rise Due To Hotcoldwetdry”

  1. Professor Hale says:

    I think they meant to say “Easter CANDY” is more expensive.

    Funny how they forgot that eggs have been more expensive overall since Biden took office, along with the prices of everything else.

    Oddly enough, it is the same candy that gets consumed all year around for one holiday or another. Nothing special about it being “Easter”. Activists gonna activate.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Mr Teach on El Nino: natural variability is really the cause, and just being a typical Holocene warm period.

    Mr Teach doesn’t understand the impact of El Ninos. If you look over the years…

    Remember 1998, the year that global warming ended? That El Nino resulted in the highest measured global temperature and was the beginning of the Great Pause! Global warming was over until 2007 when an El Nino exceeded 1998. Then again in in 2016. In fact the 2016 El Nino resulted in a global surface temperature 0.4°C warmer than 1998!!

    Where does all that heat released from the Pacific Ocean as an El Nino come from? Some dummkopfs argue it’s undersea volcanoes – after all the Earth’s interior is hot!!

    If it was natural variability wouldn’t it tend toward the mean at some time?

    • James Lewis says:

      Chicken Little Man

      If it was natural variability wouldn’t it tend toward the mean at some time?

      Can you establish when “some time” occurs?

      No. You can’t.

      That means your thesis can not be tested.

      So it’s just a guess.

      Wow. Reminds me of something known as “global warming.”

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Is Rimjob the very definition of a pedant?

      Bwaha! Lolgf

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        Is BloJob the very definition of a pederast?


        • drowningpuppies says:

          And the Rimjob, idiot that he is, provides his own answer.

          A pedant is a person who annoys others by correcting small errors and paying too much attention to minor details.

          Bravo, fat boy.

          Bwaha! Lolgf

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