A 2009 Reminder That Climate Alarmists Are Complete Nutcases

‘Earth 2100’: the Final Century of Civilization?

May 29, 2009 By ALEXA DANNER

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It’s an idea that most of us would rather not face — that within the next century, life as we know it could come to an end. Our civilization could crumble, leaving only traces of modern human existence behind.

We can only hope that the lives progressives live comes to an end.

By 2015, there are expected to be hopeful signs. Experts predict alternative energy solutions that are currently in their infancy will gain momentum. Windmills may sprout up everywhere. Off the coast of Scotland, a sprawling wave farm will harvest renewable energy from the ocean.

They are hoping to destroy Scotland’s coastlines

But will it be enough? In 2015, global demand for fossil fuels could be massive and growing, but experts say oil will be harder to find and far more expensive to consume.

“We have no new source of energy on the horizon that’s currently capable of being developed on a large enough scale to replace the supply of oil in any near- term framework,” says Michael Klare, professor of peace and world security studies at Hampshire College.

If the cost of gasoline skyrockets, few may be able to afford to maintain the lifestyles to which we’ve grown accustomed. There may be a mass exodus from the suburbs, as driving gas-fueled cars becomes nearly impossible economically. But will that convince us to change our ways?

“Until we have a crisis of some kind, I don’t think we’re going to be motivated to make the really deep changes in the way we use energy, the technologies we use, the density of our cities, our travel patterns,” says Thomas Homer-Dixon, a political science professor and author of “The Upside of Down.”

The imagined crises in Lucy’s futuristic world come in the forms of earthshaking hurricanes spawned by over-reliance on climate-damaging coal and other nonrenewable resources. What if climate change in our world is actually much closer than we think? Many experts say we have to start seriously reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2015, or we may pass a point of no return.

The US has had the quietest hurricane period on record since 2009. Coal has no impact n the climate. These people are certifiable.

“If we continue on the business as usual trajectory, there will be a tipping point that we cannot avert,” says John P. Holdren, science advisor to President Obama. “We will indeed drive the car over the cliff.”

Progressives are always contemplating suicide, because they are mentally ill.

Scientists predict that by 2020, global catastrophes may well begin to accelerate. The human population is expected to explode and animal species may be dying off at a rapid rate. As the world becomes more chaotic, the costs of mending it would grow more and more daunting.

From the video :

Other voices can be heard saying that “Flames cover hundreds of square mile” and “We expect more intense hurricanes.” Another voice says, “Well, how warm is it going to get? How much will sea level rise? We don’t know really know where the end is.” Describing dangerous temperature levels and dropping agricultural production, the news package brings in The Weather Channel’s Heidi Cullen, who says, “There’s about one billion people who are malnourished. That number just continually grows.” The doomsday predictions for 2015 go further and include $12.00 for a gallon of milk and $9.00 a gallon for gasoline, if there is any gas at all that is left.

‘Earth 2100’: the Final Century of Civilization? – ABC News

By 2020, hopefully all progressives will be removed from government. They are completely insane.

h/t to Dave G

In 1977, ABC News said we would all die from global cooling.

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3 Responses to A 2009 Reminder That Climate Alarmists Are Complete Nutcases

  1. Andy Oz says:

    Climate nut-cases who worry themselves crazy over CO2, probably should take some N2O and calm down. But since there are Trillions at stake, that is unlikely to happen.

    http://www.bytemuse.com/post/drought-historical-rainfall-california/
    This site has a detailed rainfall chart for Fresno, California that shows no discernible trend and no correlation with CO2. There looks to be a reasonable correlation between it and ENSO. Lower rainfall in La Nina and higher rainfall in El Nino.

    This is the opposite to Eastern Australia, where the correlation between ENSO and rainfall is well known.
    http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/enso/

  2. Pathway says:

    There is enough oil in my back yard to supply 1,000,000 per day for the next 4000 years. And that is just one of three sources here in the west. Leftest are clinically insane and that is why they must be defeated.

  3. Len Kowitz says:

    Maybe climate science is the REAL dismal science?
    And all this time I thought it was Economics.
    On the other hand neither one of them actually seem very scientific to me.

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