Think Of The Little Ones

Carbon pollution from the Valmont power plant is a major contributor to the permanent drought in Colorado.

If you look into the eyes of these animals grazing next to Kevin Trenberth’s National Center for Atmospheric Research, you can see their deep concerns about global warming, and the permanent drought.

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7 Responses to Think Of The Little Ones

  1. garyh845 says:

    The key paragraph of two articles I saw today:

    LAT’s – In, “This Memorial Day, we should think about protecting California fish:”

    “But the major, overarching threat to all these cold-water critters is global warming, the report warns.”


    Also LAT’s – in. “On World Hunger Day, a look at why so many people don’t get enough food:”

    “But there are several “hidden” causes of hunger, the group said. They include climate change, with severe drought and flooding having devastated crop yields and decimated livestock . .”

    • garyh845 says:

      Oh . . here’s another one I forgot – from the AP today. In, “Researchers test self-destructing moth pest in cabbage patch.”

      “They’re [invasive diamondback moth} getting harder and harder to control, because with climate change, we’re having more generations produced every year,” Shelton said. “We know that to really have more sustainable control, you need to have many different tools in the toolbox.”

      Journalistic standard. No matter the issue, you are required to throw in the, ‘because of climate change,’ line.

    • gator69 says:

      But there are several “hidden” causes of hunger, the group said. They include climate change…

      The single largest cause of starvation is climate change alarmism, which demands that our limited assets be used to save ice rather than saving human lives.

      Lying murderous scumbags!

  2. gregole says:

    Here’s an interesting graph:

    And if you dig a little deeper, you’ll see it is achieved with less land.

    What on earth are the warmunists talking about? Everything is just fine and getting better all the time.

  3. AndyG55 says:

    All that green… can’t possibly be good for the animals or life in general. ! ;-)

  4. Oliver K. Manuel says:

    Thank you, Tony Heller, for your efforts to keep us in contact with benevolent reality, instead of living in continuous fear of fictitious AGW.

    The report of President Trump’s meeting with the Pope on Wednesday is encouraging:

  5. RAH says:

    How do you deal with the burrs your pooches have to be picking up running those fields?

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