Three Years Since Earth Turned Into A Frying Pan

(Al Gore) believes humans may have only 10 years left to save the planet from turning into a total frying pan.

  • Washington Post January 26, 2006

Al Gore, Sundance’s Leading Man

Prior to that, Earth was destroyed by global warming in the year 2000.

U.N. Predicts Disaster if Global Warming Not Checked

But earth has been granted a reprieve.  We now have twelve years, until the year 2030.

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8 Responses to Three Years Since Earth Turned Into A Frying Pan

  1. GW Smith says:

    One of these days they will get it right. They hope. Funny thing to hope for, the end of the world, but, if you insist on being right, nothing is worthy of your rectitude.

  2. rah says:

    Good news you probably didn’t see in the “news”.
    “According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global deaths from Malaria have been cut in half in the last two decades: from an estimated 839,000 deaths in 2000 to 435 000 deaths 2017.”
    https://www.climatedepot.com/2019/04/25/world-malaria-day-global-malaria-deaths-have-fallen-by-half/

    Throughout the history of mankind every year Malaria has killed more humans than any war or other disease most likely even more than the plague (black death) epidemic and the great flu pandemic of 1918 at their heights. Sickle Cell disease is a natural human genetic adaptation that presents in those who’s linage includes an ancestor or ancestors that were born in tribes in Africa which inhabited areas where the most deadly of the four basic types of Malaria (Plasmodium Falciparum) was/is endemic. By having the red blood cells configured in a crescent or sickle shape that Malarial gametocytes cannot invade them successfully and thus the disease cannot propagate.

    Climate alarmists, many of them academics, claimed that the incidence and severity of Malaria would increase due to global warming. Just one of literally 1,000s of claims made by academics in their peer reviewed papers, which by the way we pay for through government grants in most cases, telling us how things would get worse due to “climate change” that have been proven false.

    It has always been a pet peeve of mine when politicians go make a big deal about us funding programs to prevent AIDS or some other disease in Africa or some other place in the third world when in fact Malaria, a preventable disease and in most cases successfully treatable disease was and is far more deadly in those places.

  3. MrGrimnasty says:

    Don’t celebrate too soon. Since Venezuela collapsed, chiefly because it tried to go 100% hydro despite having oil/gas, there is now a disease crisis (including malaria) spreading out across the region. Malaria also temporarily came back into Europe with refugees from the Gulf war. Or maybe do celebrate – with the reported catastrophic collapse of insects from climate change, we won’t need to worry about malaria in the future at all!

    • R Shearer says:

      It collapsed because the government nationalized industry, confiscated property, took away peoples incentive to work and made management appointments on the basis of political favor. Then, it ran out of other people’s money and property to take. It has ample natural resources including hydro but mismanagement has damaged all infrastructure.

      • John F. Hultquist says:

        I think Venezuela did go with one major dam for electricity, with the idea the oil could be sold for cash.
        The dam wasn’t a bad idea — but 4 or 5 would have been better.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guri_Dam#Generating_failures_and_blackouts

      • MrGrimnasty says:

        The main reason Vz failed was because all high renewable electricity grids fail, the weather varied a bit and it couldn’t deliver! That is what precipitated the collapse.

        Obviously all extreme socialist ideology and inherent corruption and management incompetence doesn’t help.

        The power outages started in 2016 when drought (possibly associated with the effects of the big El Nino) meant that the water level at the Guri hydroelectric dam, which provided 75% of Venezuela’s electricity, was at a record low, and they had to start rolling power cuts.

        That was when the Vz system/society collapse really started.

  4. gregole says:

    Bogus end-of-times predictions are nothing new. What’s new is the wholesale endorsement of establishment media and government of these preposterous claims.

    This is worth a read. Quite thorough: https://tambonthongchai.com/2019/04/16/theend/

    End-of-times predictions used to be the sole province of swivel-eyed lunatics and charlatans. Now it’s mainstream. It’s settled science.

  5. Disillusioned says:

    12 years fits very nicely with the UN’s Agenda.

    Purely coincidental, of course. /

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