Comments on “Yes, climate change is bad — but scientists must ‘chill’ when it comes to doomsday scenarios, experts say”

  1. Jim says:
    10/18/2022 at 4:19 PM

    These people believe the climate change like a religion it’s not based on facts it’s only based on faith

  2. J West says:
    10/18/2022 at 4:59 PM

    The best feature humanity has going for itself is out ability to adapt and re-engineer things as needed. That is how we got this far own the line an in pretty good style if you ask me.

    Our climate is always in flux, most things are …. nothing is static. The best thing we can do is start by being honest … we may lose it right there, but if we are honest and assess the problems that bad weather brings, we can overcome this feat of bad weather and drought.

    The corrupt politicians and their lapdogs in media are making that difficult. It’s hard to think rationally when you are being scared out of your mind and pressured to repeat the mantra ….
    “climate change is real” …. oownn yelliman ….
    “climate change is real” …. oownn yelliman …..

    Fact is … if it was as real as they claim, they wouldn’t need to keep reminding us that climate change is real. Actually what we have is people making a big deal out of hurricanes and tornadoes … and those have been diminishing in frequency over the past 100 years or so. Furthee r … there has been zero ocean level rise. Perhaps Obama’s ocean side mansion on Hawaii and the one in Martha’s Vineyard are sending the vibe that Obama has decreed that the sea levels subside once he became president.

    It is only because there are so many more people now living in ares where those big storms happen that there are more casualties, more property damage and more and louder whining from the true believers who know this climate scam is up there with the pandemic scam and the vaccine scam etc.

  3. Chris says:
    10/18/2022 at 5:34 PM

    The lie of CAGW, in fact the entire Greenshirt climate change premise isn’t based on rational science and we should stop pretending it is. It was always tripe for a largely undereducated Marxist inclined base. If the elite wing of the central planning are suddenly embarrassed by the irrational excess they helped inspire they should get over it. The actual elite who internally know the scam are the most guilty of all as is the retail academia who have been misinforming and brainwashing youth for the past 50+ years. Purging academic dissent, supporting the obvious totalitarian goals of the Obama/Biden regime culture.

  4. Cam says:
    10/18/2022 at 6:24 PM

    Well if they don’t say the doomsday stories people don’t listen. When they are always incorrect on their predictions then people quit listening to them.

  5. Rick Shafer says:
    10/18/2022 at 7:09 PM

    JR is a moron. Doesn’t know anything .

  6. AlGoreSucks says:
    10/18/2022 at 8:53 PM

    I spend exactly zero per cent of my time on climate change. No worried about it at all. Not even a little, none. Could care less. The lies we have been told have now cause me to not believe any of them. All I see is the “Al Gores” of the world making a ton of money off selling fear and books, and tv time. Now, that being said, I do care about pollution. Like plastic, dirty water, clean air. These are not the same thing.

  7. seth rich says:
    10/18/2022 at 10:28 PM

    Umm what? There is no evidence of global warming. Climate change? We are in a geologically very stable period. Let’s go back a mere 13,000 years ago. How much ice was covering NYCity? Answer, 1 mile think ice, that’s how much. Why did it melt? Because of a massive Solar event, you know, that bight orb in the sky that controls our weather with or without humans? More recently, we had a warm period where grapes grew in the far north and why Greenland was called Greenland rather than Whiteland. The climate warmed and civilization thrived with the renaissance only to be followed by a mini ice age. You remember, the river Thames would annually freeze over as did the Potomac just so G Washington could cross it. None of it had to do with humans. Ditto for today. Just as any real scientist in private.

  8. 4745745 says:
    10/18/2022 at 10:54 PM

    Manmade climate change is a pseudoscientific doomsday cult promoted for political and financial purposes.

  9. Jake Fontaine says:
    10/18/2022 at 11:35 PM

  10. Reuben says:
    10/19/2022 at 3:10 AM

    All these climate models are laughable nonsense. No matter what value you set as human emitted co2 into the model it will always result in a runaway greenhouse effect. There is no possibility in these models for a new ice age. It’s just garbage

    1. Amelia says:
      11/09/2022 at 1:00 PM

      There is no possibility for a new ice age in these models because, with rising co2 levels, a new ice age IS impossible. Isn’t that obvious?

  11. Henry Miller says:
    10/21/2022 at 9:57 PM

    “Yes, climate change is very real and poses a serious threat to the health of our planet.”

    Yeah, and “climate change” was “very real” at the start of the Medieval Warm Period and the Little Ice Age, neither of which did any damage to “the health of our planet.”

    1. Eric Hayes says:
      01/26/2023 at 3:57 PM

      Eh it’s the rate I’d climate change that’s important you muppet. Look up the Permian extinction for a previous example that might be more apt to what we are discussing with “worst case scenarios”. – here’s a hint, it did untold damage to the health of the planet.

      1. D Billings says:
        02/03/2023 at 3:03 AM

        It’s important to note that the Permian extinction occurred over a period of at least 10,000-20,000 years. If the CO2 injection into the atmosphere occurring now is similar to what it was during that extinction period (which has been expressed in some studies) then our current CO2 injection rate would have to continue for the next 10,000 to 20,000 years in order to have a similar result. I would propose that carbon-reducing technological advances made as soon as the next 10 to 50 years would make that extremely unlikely.

      2. Brett says:
        03/20/2023 at 12:07 PM

        And think, the world warms then humans don’t need to burn coal for heat etc. we will naturally produce less co2.
        Simply put we are just ants on this planet, Mother Earth will be just fine with or without us, we are insignificant to her.

  12. Peter Mizla says:
    11/08/2022 at 5:22 AM

    Actually, climate impacts are worse than scientists predicted at 1.2C of warming. The scientists were too conservative. Impacts seen today were not expected until mid-century. What is going to be like at 1.5 C Chris? From my location in Connecticut the growing zone in 1980 was 6A- today it is a borderline 7A/7B a profound change in just 40 plus years.

    1. Brett says:
      03/20/2023 at 12:04 PM

      Peter the author stated we should no longer dwell on worst case scenarios. I am 41 years old. Scientist have predicted the end of the world 3x in my life and of course none have come true. The author I believe is saying let’s focus more on the reality and stop the nonsense that make people fear life. He states clearly he believes it’s bad and needs our attention, but many will tell you that after years of hearing worst case scenarios and then not being true makes us just ignore the real info, we lump it all together as just nonsense so scientists can get paid to keep researching


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