Friday, November 07, 2014

"By the end of the century…"

Alarmist climate rhetoric used to be "the next 5, 10 years". Suddenly it's "the end of the century" -- where it is safely beyond the vagaries of present-day observation. No more "snow is a thing of the past", "here come the floods/droughts". Now everything you read is "by the end of the century".

Anybody else notice this shift in rhetoric? It's almost like alarmists and acquiescent journalists are like those schools of fish that suddenly change direction and move as one.

Speaking of global warming, I know it's real because I've experienced it. Just reached Phoenix and the warm, dry heat of winter. I've experienced global warming for myself, and it's wonderful!

And that's the way the Ball bounced.


Anonymous said...

they might as well say 1000 years from now.

Anonymous said...

This is and always has been a wealth distribution scheme that they hope will work by making us feel endlessly guilty. Initially the plan was to destroy capitalism in order to bring down emissions. Look up Maurice Strong's big plan. Now that the computer models are failing to manifest as they're supposed to be doing they've changed it to climate change instead of a warming crisis. It's all BS being believed by very , painfully gullible people. This is clearly not the crisis they tell us it is.

BallBounces said...

Thanks for reminding us of the Maurice Strong connection.

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"