Carbon Dioxide Causes Snakes

Not long ago, carbon dioxide caused the worst drought in 1,200 years and threatened salsa and spaghetti sauce.

Now carbon dioxide causes too much rain which brings a deluge of snakes.

California’s deadly floods show how climate change can create weather whiplash – Vox

California Flooding Could Bring Deluge of Snakes

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16 Responses to Carbon Dioxide Causes Snakes

  1. Petit_Barde says:

    They should also warn us about climate change induced sharknadows.

  2. Gamecock says:

    ‘California’s floods reveal a likely climate change symptom: Quick shifts between opposing weather conditions.’

    Begging the question fallacy.

    And ‘likely’ presented as fact. Attribution requires explanation.

  3. MGJ says:

    They don’t seem to realise that they are just adding to the comedy. We had the same thing with Brexit: that was 100% responsible for everything bad ever, as well as a whole load of things which never happened such as changing the moon’s orbit. Concurrently we also have the ever growing list of things which is killing people but which definitely isn’t the jab: climate change apparently being one of the major suspects.

  4. Richard says:

    Carbon dioxide is a chemical compound made up of molecules that each have one carbon atom covalently double bonded to two oxygen atoms.

    Had on idiot on Seeking Alpha say they are going to use Carbon Free Wood chips to produce electricity at new plant near his home
    had another idiot say CO2 in liquid state is used to boil and power a generator
    WHERE do these idiots come from

    • arn says:

      If co2 would have the magic light absorbing properties
      including zero saturation and perpetual runaway effect
      than pure co2 would indeed be capable of powering a generator.

      I used to use this ‘invention’ of mine(Paul Ehrlichs perpetuum immobile) already 8-9 years ago
      to mock the almighty co2 and global warming.

      Didn’t knew it has already become part of the one and only woke 97% consensus science

      • The fact that the alarmist community expresses CO2 augmentation as an additional power source above and beyond what the Sun actually provides, ought to ring alarm bells in the mind of anybody with even the most rudimentary knowledge of science.

        • arn says:

          The fact that noone even wonders why the co2 wasn’t created already decades ago
          if its amazing devastating powers were always so obvious
          or why there is no identical H2O power source though H2O is a magnitude stronger climate gas and exists in 1000 magnitudes higher quantities
          shows that they don’t believe in their own science
          and that their interest,empathy and whatever is always limited by and to the current big thing and nothing else.

        • Richard says:

          the entire CO2 argument is due to Al Gore getting a D- in his class with Professor Revelle who was using CO2 bubbles to measure & calculate temperatures- Al boy has gotten it wrong for 50 years an the LIE Just keeps growing

    • GWS says:

      Woke teachers — public education.

    • conrad ziefle says:

      I suppose that at some temperature-pressure combination, CO2 would be liquid? Does anyone have a table or chart for it?

  5. czechlist says:

    Growing up in an undeveloped area near a lake in the ’50s we were inundated with all types of wildlife after heavy rains. Cottonmouths and rattlesnakes were common. We watched feral cats stalk, play and dispatch them. I was young and naive and unaware our old Studebaker and the neighbor’s Dodge was causing the events.

    • Disillusioned says:

      I can relate. We weren’t rich, but I guess we doubled your carbon footprint, with a Plymouth Belvedere ($2400 new) and a used $400 Chevy wagon – and also a manual reel mower. At 40,000 ppm, I am sure the CO2 produced from the huffing and puffing caused by pushing the reel mower was murder on the climate.

  6. Disillusioned says:

    For some reason the image of Medusa came to mind.

  7. Sammy Jackson says:

    As long as them snakes ain’t on the m-fing plane!

  8. Peter Carroll says:

    Walt Disney Studios released two wonderful nature films in the 1950’s. The Living Desert, in 1953 and The Vanishing Praire, in 1954. Both showed floods following years of drought.

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