Skip to comments.Researchers found 467 different ways greenhouse gasses affect humanity [subtitle]
Posted on 11/19/2018 11:52:13 AM PST by catnipman
actual LOOOOOOOOOONG title:
"Climate change will make us more likely to wet the bed and may trigger a plague of ticks, snakes and VOLES as 'devastating' droughts and flooding send nature haywire by 2100"
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Ticks and snakes and Voles. Oh My!
I’m so skerred of more reports coming out that some one asked me if I had a potato in the back of my pants or something else more dire had occurred. No doubt more money will help us from suffering from these awful things.
So it increases food supplies, hmmmm.
Voilà, no vole.
Better stock up on these...
Bring it on! My dogs used to love catching and eating voles, before they got too old for the game.
Their “research grant” must be running out of cash...
Ah, Brunswick Stew!
Isn’t that the same number of genders recently discovered?
I thought it was 721 climate change effects we had watch for.
The effects are already here, I had to resort to a row boat oar to beat back the voles this morning.
To me, this kind of “study” is proof only that there’s a lot of money in the “climate change” industry and it’s all on one side.
What are the chances that in a complex biosphere like earth, 1 or 2 degrees of warming will cause 467 distinct catastrophes and not 1 single benefit to anyone or any animal? The only possible way to get that result if you have a ‘climate change’ market structure in which discovering a new catastrophe associated with global warming will advance your career and discovering beneficial results will not.
If you had an actual scientific approach, it’s possible that the vast majority of effects of any change could be negative, but 467 out of 467 is not possible and signals a market structure that calls every single one of those studies into question.
Synthesis of impacts.
To compile the observed impacts on people from climate hazards, we searched Google Scholar from February to March 2017 using a full text search in English for publications on the impacts of ten hazards of the Earths climate system ...
So their so-called study is a google search. The only useful information I gleaned from this so called study is the answer to the question of what are all the millenials going to do after they graduate and become professors?
Google Scholar. It’s Google’s search algorithms applied to a compiled library of research papers and publications.
You can tell it is BS because none of the positive impacts are given as much weight.
The end is near, we're all going to die. Unless, that is, we empower government to control more of the economy and our lives. It's a standard trick of the left - predict doom and gloom in the future in an attempt to scare the Hell out of people while promising to avoid it if we let them get their way. While this could apply to nearly anything Democrats are pushing on any given day, this week it's about global cooling. I mean, global warming. Er, scratch that, climate change...
The fact is, there's been an uptick in tick problems for a while now.
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