There Is No Such Thing As Global Warming


Islands are already going underwater. This was not supposed to happen until decades from now if I am correct, but it’s already happening right now.

Ominous news.

Of course, there’s no such thing as global warming or any of that crap.

Tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock tick tock.


Filed under Environmentalism, Global Warming, Pacific, Regional

11 responses to “There Is No Such Thing As Global Warming

  1. Jason Y

    How about there is no such thing as racism, or that we never lived in a racist past similar to South Korea where people who were misfits were automatically assumed to be a piece of shit, ALL of them.

    Think about it… Isn’t that the typical right wing line?

  2. jan

    Guy Mcpherson claims humans will be extinct by 2030.
    I am not buying it but he was actually a professor at a university.

  3. Dehradun

    1) Is the warming global or local? How does one even figure out a global temperature?

    2) If the warming is global, is it anthropogenic? This is the question.

    For now, I choose not to believe it is anthropogenic, because apparently, this thing has become an ideology or religion. Just as ideologic as the Eurovision song contest.

  4. jorge

    For other countries the situation is much more critical because in some years will disappear completely.

    Tuvalu for example is only 5 metres above sea level as maximum. And in Maldives the situation is even worse, because it maximum height is 2,3 metres (and country’s average height is on 1,5 metres).

    Similar situation in Kiribati and Vanuatu.

  5. Jason Y

    Humans can always go extinct if all the nukes are launched which has a higher probability then some freak things like a comet collision etc..

    • Jason Y

      Actually some areas are very tense like India and Pakistan and nukes can go off. Also, you don’t really need to have ALL nukes launched. The after effects, nuclear winter, contamination from SOME might be enough to do the job.

  6. Maurice

    Climate change is the single most threatening and challenging issue confronting humanity. We can look forward to resource wars, massive displacement of populations, reduced, or sporadic, growing seasons, swifter species extinction, and melting permafrosts with the concomitant acceleration of atmospheric degradation. Other than that, we’re good. Cheers!

    • Lin

      I wouldn’t worry about it. Scientists will engineer new ‘human’ species,likely biological and machine hybrids to which old humans will upload their memory and with combinatorial designer genders.The new human might still look outwardly ‘human’ so as to smooth out the psychological transition. One single human memorial data set could have more than one ‘avatars’, no problemo says if one wants to have sex with one’s cat or with the same persona occupied by another ‘avatar’.

  7. Another William Playfair Web

    This was perhaps, in my mind, the nail in the coffin of the Alt-Right.

    Several influential Alt-Right commentators (a twitter account) denied global warming.

    I’m pretty sure these people have autism. Any time a tweet involves Obama (which is relatively rarely), the first hashtag they use is #black.

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