Eleventh To Last Cherry Blossom Festival

The Washington DC cherry blossoms should be fine for the next eleven years, but in the 12th year the planet will be destroyed.

Alexandria Cortez is very informed about this, because she reads The Guardian.

We have 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe, warns UN | Environment | The Guardian

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21 Responses to Eleventh To Last Cherry Blossom Festival

  1. feathers says:

    April 1 for peak bloom – seems pretty normal to be (paging Alex from the Bronx).

    • Charles higgle says:

      How often does an end of the world scenario start with the UN setting an agenda, Agenda 2030, as part of their long-term plan to create a lone-world government, and THEN the end of the world is predicted.

      So, that effectively means that the end of the world will be when the UN takes over the world, world ending by its very nature.

  2. Rah says:

    How many times have I heard this shit over the last 20 years. Someone remind me the warnings of impending climate doom just keep coming year after year.

    • arn says:

      We all are brave survivors of a dozen apocalyptic climate catastrophies and we don’t even know it?
      (especially not about the ice age scenario which was declared non existent by mainstream science)

      The good thing is that people who survived so much desasters will have no problem surviving the 2030 apocalypse.
      We won’t even realise the survival until the day mainstream scientist move the doomsday goalpost from 2030 to 2040.

  3. Theyouk says:

    We took my ‘just-turned-81-y.o.’ mother to Napa on Saturday, driving the scenic route from Sacramento through Winters, past Lake Berryessa, and arriving in the Napa valley by Lake Hennessy.

    The lupine on the hills above Putah Creek were simply stunning. The hillsides were more emerald than I can recall seeing them. And Mother Nature is slowly re-greening the areas affected by recent fires (of course they will all eventually burn again).

    Initially, I was very happy to see all of this; however, I then remembered that these are all signs of the Climate Catastrophe befalling Earth. I’m sure the chirping birds were being sarcastic; there’s no way the could be happy about abundant food and good weather.

    • R Shearer says:

      That’s just weather. Wait 5 months and you’ll see the golden brown devastation of climate change.

  4. LexingtonGreen says:

    Tony, are those your pictures? Beautiful! I so suck a being a photographer.

    • R Shearer says:

      Get the drift?

    • AndyDC says:

      Ever idiot in the world knows that lots of snow is a sure sign of runaway global warming! So is little snowfall. Even average snowfall, like we had in DC this past winter, is a dangerous sign of a looming climate catastrophe! It is as plain as the nose on your face!

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        True.

        If CO2-based global warming causes both hot and cold weather, it is clear it also causes everything in-between. It is unreasonable to think that while driving the temperature from hot to cold or back again this omnipotent agent would take a break in the middle.

        We were also told by the scientific authorities that mild weather is dangerous because people get used to it and won’t prepare for the inevitable bad weather.

        That’s how we know that global warming causes dangerously mild weather.

  5. It seems that our climate apocalypse is much more attractive than the Martian one.

  6. Denis Rushworth says:

    Interestingly, peak bloom dates are scattered over the years since 1921 (the earliest recorded peak bloom date) to now. See https://cherryblossomwatch.com/peak-bloom/ This suggests that there has been no notable change in the average temperature of Washington DC since 1921. Hmm.

    • Steven Fraser says:

      Or, it may suggest that peak bloom date is not a good proxy for average temperature.

      • Jason Calley says:

        Good point, and very possible. If true, that would indicate that biological systems continue to flourish without too much concern to most temperature variations or changes in temperature distribution. Perhaps the sensitivity of life on earth is not nearly so high as has been touted by the CAGW alarmists.

      • Denis Rushworth says:

        The National Park Service horticulturists seem to think it does.

  7. paul courtney says:

    I’m gonna really miss this planet…….after it’s gone.

  8. Psalmon says:

    Hottest April in the history of Earth since the Big Bang is off to a strong start…Overheated atmosphere causing snow in Charlotte April 2nd.

    https://twitter.com/Lbrecken13/status/1113094007180218368

  9. spike55 says:

    Manage to catch a pic of this bird strutting across my driveway.

  10. Larry Geiger says:

    That would be a white heron. Probably in Florida?

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