Climate Change

The population of Phoenix has exploded since 2006.

…to which I might add, as soon as there’s potential $$$ in saying people died of something, just like COVID, expect deaths attributed to that one thing to soar. Why do you think so any deaths are “under investigation?”

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“Among them was 8-year-old Athena Wilson from Boca Raton, Florida. She and her mother Maleah, flew from Florida just for Sunday’s protest.

“Because we care about our planet,” Athena said. “I really want the Earth to feel better.”“

I’m so confused. They are protesting, because they want to stop the use of fossil fuels. They flew on a plane which uses fossil fuels to attend the protest. It’s like protesting to ban guns while carrying a concealed gun.

Climate protests have been going on worldwide for several years, but this march seemed to have more of a sense of urgency and frustration, said Anna Fels, a New Yorker who has been protesting and marching since the Vietnam War. And the march, unlike others, was more clearly focused on fossil fuels.”

That sounds about right. Some people treat protesting like a profession, and they just move from cause to cause based on the flavor of the week.

I saw some anti-war protestors. I really wanted to ask them what the solution to Ukraine is. If Ukraine doesn’t fight back, Russia isn’t going to voluntarily stop taking land. I guess if someone shows up with tanks you just vacate your home and keep retreating. Then if you get to the ocean you just swim out until you die? That way there’s no war.

Protestors are just chronic complainers that don’t have any viable solutions.

If the use of fossil fuels is stopped completely, the world would face an energy crisis affecting electricity, heating, transportation, and industry, leading to disruptions in daily life and economic activities. Industries heavily reliant on fossil fuels would suffer, causing economic downturns, job losses, and financial instability.

No way!


Wildfire smoke is reversing years of air pollution progress
New Stanford study shows fires are increasingly to blame for bad air, particularly in California and the West


It shows how irrationally unhinged the environmentalists are. They are against pollution from cars and electricity. Meanwhile, they are also against any sort of forest management practices that’ll minimize pollution from forest fires.