Forty-five years ago, the CIA said global cooling was going to make the politics of food the central issue of every government.
And ten years ago during a Texas drought, experts said global warming was going to affect every farmer in the world. Texas Governor Rick Perry said the drought would end, like they always do:
“if you’re in the farming business, you’re going to have good years, you’re going to have bad years. It’s just our bad year coming. We’ve had some awful good ones, back in — and we’ll be fine. As my dad says, it’ll rain. It always does.”
This made “dozens of credible climate scientists” very upset.
The Texas State Climatologist predicted the drought would last for ten years.
Texas’ leading climatologists predicted the state would be hot and dry for the rest of the century.
Since then, Texas has had their wettest years on record. The Governor was correct and “dozens of credible climate scientists” were shown to be the incompetent clowns that they are.
Around the world, crop yields are at a record high, and hunger is at a record low.
Hunger has declined sharply.
Undaunted by his previous failures, the Texas State Climatologist is right back parroting the same nonsense once again.