Sunday, October 23, 2011

Funniest Global Warming Headline o' the Day, No--Week, No--Month, Ah, F- It... of the Year

Someone named "Fred Grimm", if that is his real name, penned the funniest climate fraud headline of 2012 (via Soylent Green):

Sea levels will rise, washing away climate deniers

The rising sea will wash across great swaths of South Florida. Salt water will contaminate the well fields. Roads and farmland and low-lying neighborhoods will be inundated. The soil will no longer absorb the kind of heavy rainfalls that drenched South Florida last weekend. Septic tanks will fail. Drainage canals won’t drain. Sewers will back up. Intense storms will pummel the beachfront. Mighty rainfalls, in between droughts, will bring more floods.

The economic losses and the mitigation costs associated with the effects of global warming over the next few decades will be overwhelming. It will cost a medium-sized town like Pompano Beach hundreds of millions just to salvage its water and sewage systems...

Grimm cites a Florida Atlantic study as the source for his dire predictions. Of course, whether the FAU study was funded by the billions the federal government has wasted invested in the global warming grift is -- apparently -- too daunting a task for Mr. Grimm to research.

For those unfamiliar with how the United Nations touched off the global warming climate change scam as a purely money-making ruse, please see "This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow...."

1 comment:

jfields03 said...

If all of these freaks were half right, we'd be dead already! Yeesh. Get some facts! J.