Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Half The World Is Going To Die Of Thirst

That's the new meme of the global warming alarmists. I can't help but bust out laughing when reading such silly and ridiculous theories.

Billions of people will suffer water shortages and the number of hungry will grow by hundreds of millions by 2080 as global temperatures rise, scientists warn in a new report.

The report estimates that between 1.1 billion and 3.2 billion people will be suffering from water scarcity problems by 2080 and between 200 million and 600 million more people will be going hungry.

I can't help but remember back in grade school in the 70's when the teacher was telling us about the next ice age. We even had a map that showed just about the entire United States covered by glaciers. Speaking of evironmentalist wackos predictions, remember when Jimmy Carter said we'd run out of oil by 1989?

Anyway, back to the article, obviously the following is proof that billions are going to die of thirst.

Average global temperatures have already risen about 0.7 to 0.8 degrees since 1900, which the report says contributed to increased bleaching in coral reefs in the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean.

Oh no! Head for the hills! Less than 1 degree in 107 years. Of course as all clear thinking individuals know the climate runs in cycles. I wonder what these kooks are going to say in 30 years or so when the planet begins to cool? Just like it always does.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

One would think we are all going to be sweltering in a couple of weeks. It's cold as heck here, coldest winter we've had in years. And as for Jimmy Carter, it's just another example of his poor misguided judgement. Did he ever get anything right?

January 30, 2007 12:20 PM  
Anonymous Lee said...

We wil remain in this COLD climate until "global warming" decides to cool us down more. I too remember the 1970's and the terrible threat of a new ice age. That was the talk of the town so to speak for several years, now the talk is reversed and we should all be sweltering. Unfotunately where I live there is no "global warming", coldest winter in years.

January 30, 2007 9:14 PM  
Anonymous Blake said...

How many certified Climatologists believe we are warming in all this cold?????

February 06, 2007 9:32 PM  

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