The Greta Effect Has Arrived

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  1. Michael Burns says:

    I like what you have to say, Tony, you have a great mind and your thoroughness for research is to be admired.
    The last few mornings here in mid-northern Saskatchewan have been a bit chilly.

    I have a rather nice piece of wetland, backing my property — fronting a large swath of monoculture farmland on the other side.

    The slough is frozen over the last few mornings — roughly showing -3/- degrees C. The puddles around town are frozen and it is a chilly wind.
    The polar vortex has dropped down covering us completely.

    Farmers have been scrambling to get their harvest in as in has been wet out there, even though we are really are in a drought. a dichotomy of extremes.
    The elevator — which I can throw a rock at from where I stand — drones on all night (it is supposed to shut down at eleven), drying wheat that is coming in from those smaller guys who can’t afford drying equipment.

    I don’t know if anybody is paying attention, but crops took a hit last few years — I see a farmer across from me, abandon his low land lying harvest because of the quickening of cold. So many having the white plastic snakes of bumper crop lining fields. It does not make sense at all.

    The Greta effect is a manufactured catastrophe. It is Al Gore and that little Swedish twit…Ingmar Hentzog

    Greta has a dog in this race here great-great-grandfather.

    Her Asperger’s and that symptomatic vagal driven fight-flight response from that is pouring cortisol and adrenalin into her disinformed mind — poor thing is a sock puppet for evil. I would imagine her in a tortured mind, and there is a contagion in that to all the little marchers — we are definitely witnessing a phenomenon of horror.

  2. JCalvertN(UK) says:

    Has the Ex-“stink”-tion Re “Bell-ends” phenomenon arrived in Denver/Boulder/Fort Collins yet?

  3. Michael Burns says:

    Postscript: Point for the curious. an afterthought Anthony.

    Svante August Arrhenius was an Aspergian who taught himself to read and write and his mathematics, which sparked the flame inside that became the scientist. He was a prodigy for his time and started school in the fifth form (grade five) an advanced thinker, but dog-headed as his great-great-grandchild Greta — correct me if I am wrong. He was difficult and his theory of carbon in the atmosphere is the beginnings of all this bullshit
    It is astounding to me as the left are what is driving the anti-vaccination which supposedly is causing autism even ASD (Autism Spectrum disorders).
    Why do I know this? It takes one to know one.

  4. MWAnderson says:

    Maybe Greta is the new Al Gore! Recall how snow followed him everywhere.

  5. Steven Fraser says:

    View from the civic center cam today @ 1:38pm, with the Greta Effect dust on the grass.

    Overnight forecast, low of 21F, with the high Friday of 51F.

  6. Taphonomic says:

    Did she travel to Colorado from New York by her magic boat? Or did she travel by CO2 emitting plane or vehicle? Somehow I don’t think she walked.

    • JCalvertN(UK) says:

      I was wondering the same thing. I’m guessing Amtrak.
      (But I suspect motor-coach would actually have a better carbon footprint. The problem for Greta with motor-coach is the number of deplorable types among the passengers! )

  7. Disillusioned says:

    Big Brother’s constant message is so pervasive, there is no room for cognitive dissonance… for these fools. They are the consummate modern-day Useful Idiots.

  8. Winston says:

    Record cold *is* evidence of climate change. Greta will tell you so. But remember… There.Are.Four.Lights!

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