FAILED CLIMATE PREDICTIONS (and some related stupid sayings)
Certainly it is a worthy thing to study ways to provide security and resilience for our cities. However, if you start with an unchallenged belief in imaginary global warming, you are going to end up making things worse. Substituting wind or solar power for conventional power plants does not provide greater energy security, for obvious reasons. Worrying about fashionable, imaginary water shortages distracts from real urban problems such as crime or broken families. Worrying about food security is fairly comical given the obesity epidemic.
· Social Security number
· Bank account
· Access to all other financial assets
· Access to all social media
· 24/7 tracking and surveillance
· Frontal lobe access
· Block inappropriate reading, viewing, and unapproved historical material
The funniest thing about the article is the authors’ (yes, “authors,” as it took two of them to write this steaming pile of ignorance) . . . the authors’ certitude that consensus is the same as science. In WaPo land, there is no solar activity; there are no pauses in the warming; there aren’t any computer simulations that were decisively wrong; there are no laughable predictions about 20 foot increases in the ocean’s level or double-digit temperature increases; and, most significantly, there is no record of fraud.
In that way of thinking, the purification of the German natural environment required the elimination of defiling, alien human elements such as the Jews, leading ultimately to the Holocaust. A similar extremism can be found among those environmentalists today who seriously entertain the idea of taking drastic measures to reduce human population in order to preserve the natural world.
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has clamped down on students who challenge the orthodoxy regarding manmade global warming.
Seems they’re losing the argument. The closing of the American mind is alive and well at U of Colorado.