826 evil consequences of global warming

Name any problem in the world.  Chances are that somebody, somewhere, has blamed it on global warming.

Don’t believe me?  Dr. John Brignell, a retired professor of industrial instrumentation at the University of Southampton in Britain, has put together an amazing list of alarmist claims cited in the media about all the problems caused by global warming.  His list contains 826 items and is still growing!  Some are contradictory, but that doesn’t matter, does it?  Never let the truth get in the way of a good story!

You can view the entire list of 826 evil consequences of global warming here. They are listed in alphabetical order and each one is actually a link to the original media source.  Quite a compilation!

But folks like you and me are too busy to read the full list of 826. So some benevolent person created a nifty video summarizing the key points.  It doesn’t contain all 826, but you get the broad idea.  Some of my personal favourites from the 826 that didn’t make it into the video:

Global warming is:

-Helping Al Qaeda
-Causing snow to fall in Baghdad
-Stopping blackbirds from singing
-Lowering circumcision rates
-Increasing daylight for Inuit
-Leading to more kidney stones
-Tilting the Earth’s axis and rotation speed
-Killed the Loch Ness Monster

This is plain lunacy.

The next time Development and Peace solicits a donation to fight global warming, tell them to take a hike.  (P.S.: Is global warming also causing Catholic development agencies to support more pro-abort groups???)

Enjoy the video!  Aside from the picture below about flesh-eating disease, there’s nothing gruesome in the video.

One thought on “826 evil consequences of global warming

  1. Climate Scientists make up scare stories to get money.
    Politicians believed the scare stories and sent money.
    It looks like the voters are beginning to realize that the scare stories have been made up.

    Cap and Tax aka Cap and Trade was a suicidal solution to a non-problem.

    From 2001 through August 2010 the atmospheric CO2 increased by 21% of the total increase from 1800 to 2001 while the average global temperature has not increased significantly and the trend of the average of the five reporting agencies from 2001 through 2009 is down. The 21% CO2 increase is the significant measurement.

    As this wide and rapidly growing separation between the rising CO2 level and not-rising temperature continues, more and more people are beginning to realize that maybe they missed something.

    A simple equation, with inputs of only sunspot number and carbon dioxide level, calculates the average global temperature trends since 1895 with 88% accuracy. See the equation, an eye-opening graph of the results and how they are derived in the pdfs at http://climaterealists.com/index.php?tid=145&linkbox=true (see especially the pdfs made public on 4/10/10 and 6/27/10). The future average global temperature trend that this equation calculates is down.

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