Irrefutable Proof That Fossil Fuels Cause Devastating Climate Change

This is what Toto’s home looks like tonight. The climate devastation is so bad that he has to stay on a leash to protect him angry, poisonous reptiles.

Less than 36 hours and 20 gallons of gasoline ago, Toto’s home looked like this. Toto was able to run free.

Burning even small amounts of fossil fuels can cause dramatic climate change in a very short period of time.

Conclusion : Toto was in a high mileage Japanese car.  If he had been in a gas-guzzling SUV, much more gasoline would have been needed to produce that much climate change. This indisputable observation leads to the inevitable (correlation equals causation™) conclusion that gas guzzlers are better for the climate.

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9 Responses to Irrefutable Proof That Fossil Fuels Cause Devastating Climate Change

  1. gregole says:

    Beautiful Southwestern US.

    My home. I love it here.

    • Lance says:

      1 more year, and I retire in Az for the winter….(climate refugee as Canada is way to hot in winter now)…..
      While there though in Phoenix….I hike just about every other day…very different landscape than Alberta foothills!

  2. R Shearer says:

    Apparently, all the proof one needs is on the other side of the Pacific.

  3. Joe in Wyo says:

    Wow. Thanks for the Twitter feed link…
    That storm was incredible.
    I especially liked the video of the pool water sloshing around on the 62nd floor… wow!
    Can we send the weather channel and cnn folks to cover the next typhoon?
    That would be exciting to watch..
    Thanks for your blog Tony.
    Keep up the good work.

  4. MGJ says:

    With that ability to interpret the facts and reach a politically correct conclusion, you are wasted on this side of the debate. You could be a Warmist star!

    If only you had produced a model in support of your conclusion, it would be perfect.

  5. spike55 says:

    Cool pics, as always

    I like the one of the hot dogs.

    Resting after a hard day’s work. :-)

  6. JCalvertN(UK) says:

    Dangerous reptiles and ‘jumping cholla’.
    Stay safe!
    I know from experience that vets charge a lot to remove the minute but nasty spines of the ‘Rabbit Ears Cactus’.

  7. Ronald Baker says:

    Wow! Thanks for all you do. That first photo is really stunning. Would you mind sharing the coordinates so I can look at it from google earth? Thanks again for your hard work.

  8. Rah says:

    Looks like the pooches are enjoying the A/C. Bet their master was too!

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