Study Predicts Deserts Will Develop if Global Warming Continues

By FRANK JORDANS | October 31, 2016

  • October 31, 2016 at 2:52 pm
    George says:
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    The fear mongers are giving it all this election cycle.
    Let me pose a question to you.
    At what point does the effort to disparage industry and success become harmful to the outlook for the future to those youth you are targeting so keenly?
    When will these same youth recover their belief in the leadership who must ultimately fail to be able to demonstrate any measurable success in the effort to ‘save the world’?
    At what point will this generation correct its course and stabilize it’s trajectory toward personal success and still more important, how many will fail to lift themselves from the spiral your dismal picture of their future presses them toward?
    You need only look to that sixties generation to see what effects your cynical effort to direct youth to your will must ultimately result in. The waste of youth is the most tangible outcome of this twisted debauchery.
    Climate changes constantly, man adjusts daily to its effects.
    The minds of a generation of youth distorted for no worthy reason other than the effort to control them will ultimately have a far more devastating effect on the human race and our nation than harsh winds or rising seas could ever be seen to.
    Mankind will overcome, unless our will is broken.
    Wear your guilt you who dine on the carrion of youth, and may history judge you with malice as you have acted.

  • October 31, 2016 at 3:16 pm
    Steve Crawford says:
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    The Sahara Desert was once underwater. Whale bones were found there. Ten Thousand Foot Glaciers once covered New York City. Ice Ages, Heating, Cooling, Floods, Droughts, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Jet Stream, etc., etc. If “scientists” could control the Jet Stream, I would become a believer that man can actually control the environment.

    • November 14, 2016 at 10:54 am
      anonymous says:
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      How na├»ve and pompous you are – wake up and accept the fact that human activities do effect the earth (Greenhouse gases do effect the climate. Fracking does cause earthquakes. Our garbage does pollute the water and air.) We may not be able to control natural disasters, but we certainly can and should control our own behavior. We are not above our natural environment, we are a part of it.



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