Huh. Says here we’re all dead…

I don’t feel dead. But hey, maybe everybody else is. Maybe the coastal cities were deluged too quickly to report their own destruction?

Report Hyped by Climate Alarmists Warned of Million of Deaths, Nuclear War, Sunken Major Cities by 2020

“A secret report, suppressed by US defence chiefs and obtained by The Observer, warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a ‘Siberian’ climate by 2020. Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world,” the report added.

The alarmist document went on to claim that nations would resort to using nuclear weapons to protect dwindling food supplies, a situation that would “bring the planet to the edge of anarchy.”

The authors of the report, Peter Schwartz and Doug Randall, also asserted that “By 2020 ‘catastrophic’ shortages of water and energy supply will become increasingly harder to overcome, plunging the planet into war,” causing widespread “crop failure” and “famine.”

So apparently, the UK is just 5 days away from being plunged into a “Siberian climate” and millions of people are about to die in a giant nuclear carnage caused by global food shortages and monster droughts.

I’m a hermit, not a scientist, and for all I know the global climate might be changing slightly here and there. Seems no more dramatic than usual around here, but I don’t know how indicative of change elsewhere that might be.

What I do know is that when somebody tells you the sky is falling and that your only hope for salvation is to turn your life and all your life decisions over to them – well, put one hand on your wallet and the other on your holster, son, because you’re not talking to a friend.

Have a safe and prosperous new year!

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8 Responses to Huh. Says here we’re all dead…

  1. Robert says:

    Us all being dead would explain why I didn’t get any mail today, the first day of 2020. I guess I shouldn’t have bothered going to work, too.

    On a more serious note, I was living in southern California during the Grand Alignment of Planet and people were losing their minds. Facts were irrelevant and bogus gravitational theory book sales were booming. Sheesh.

  2. Donald L Meaker says:

    The Navier-Stokes differential equations describe fluid flow with changes in temperature and density. They are nonlinear, chaotic, with sensitive dependence on initial conditions. That means no finite set of past data can be sufficient to predict a distant future state with confidence. This has been known since Edward Lorenz published Deterministic Nonperiodic Flow in The Journal of Atmospheric Sciences in 1963. Anyone who pretends to predict distant future states from past data for a Navier-Stokes system is either incompetent, or a fraud, or perhaps both. That is why all the predictions are wrong.

  3. Judy says:

    How long has this blue marble we live on been whipping around our sun? Something like 4,500,000,000 years? We only been keeping detailed records since the 1880s, so that is a 140 years and our weather guessers can’t get it right day-to-day. That report sounds like some more poorly written science/fiction.

    After-thought…L. Ron Hubbard got millions to believe his writing.

  4. Beans says:

    Well, to be honest, places like New Orleans and Venice, Italy, are getting flooded more often. Because they’re sinking.

    Right observation – these places are being swamped.

    Wrong conclusion – sea level rising. Nope, nope, nope and,,, nope.

  5. Midwestmike says:

    Happy New Year Joel. We may even make it all the way to the end of it without “IT” happening. Whatever the current brand of “IT” is.Take care.

  6. terrapod says:

    Very Happy (and Prosperous) New Year to you Joel.

    For some odd reason I have been getting the urge to go and get a lot more range time. Methinks to go scratch that itch on a more regular basis. Wish I were out in the desert (ahem!), where no one will care if plinking out in the back 40, sadly my township takes a dim view of that, for some odd reason.

To the stake with the heretic!