Bread Causes Global Warming

This simple post is precisely why I’m a “global warming” / “climate change” / “climate disruption” sceptic. Period.

Is there anything CO2 can’t do other than……sustain (ssshhh) life?

We really, really are living in the age of collective madness.

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

h/t Dave Ward

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We have already been told we should not eat meat, as this contributes to global warming.

Now according to the EDP, we can’t eat bread either!

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I wonder what they expect us to eat then. Cake?

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Nets Ignore 300+ Scientists’ Petition To Withdraw From UN Climate Convention

“The liberal media love to report on climate change so long as the story affirms an alarmist, man-caused climate change narrative. When scientists question that, the media fall silent.”

Great quote. And the reasoning behind the media silence is simple: Questioning the preferred (groupthink) wisdom of the day is considered heresy. Especially when “saving the planet” is the dominant virtue-signalling theme of the era we currently inhabit.

After all, who wants to kill Bambi?

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AlatheiaLarsenpicture-459-1430232516By Aly Nielsen~

The liberal media love to report on climate change so long as the story affirms an alarmist, man-caused climate change narrative. When scientists question that, the media fall silent.

More than 300 scientists, engineers and meteorologists, led by MIT Meteorology professor Dr. Richard Lindzen, signed a petition asking President Trump to “withdraw from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)” on Feb. 23, 2017. But ABC, CBS and NBC morning and evening news shows never once mentioned the letter between Feb. 23 and March 1.

Global Warming meltdownThe Hill columnist Timothy Cama said “the signers of the Thursday letter differ slightly on their exact problems with mainstream climate science,” but were unified that the U.S. should withdraw from the climate convention.

“We support reasonable and cost-effective environmental protection,” Lindzen’s petition read, “But carbon dioxide, the target of the UNFCCC is not a pollutant but a major benefit…

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Warren Buffet: Climate Not Impacting the Insurance Business

Hasn’t he changed his tune since admitting that catastrophic climate predictions are great for the reinsurance business:

From a previous post:

Climate change alarmism is big business for ‘reinsurance’ billionaire Warren Buffett. But he doesn’t believe in it:

– Warren Buffett: “The public has the impression, because there has been so much talk about climate, that the events of the last ten years have been unusual…they haven’t!

– Warren Buffett: “We’ve been remarkably free of hurricanes in the last five years [Now eleven years or 4003 days]. If you’ve been writing hurricane insurance it’s been all profit.”

– Warren Buffett: “I love apocalyptic predictions, because … they probably do affect rates…”

– Warren Buffett: “we get a tax credit if we build a lot of wind farms. That’s the only reason to build them.”

https://climatism.wordpress.com/2014/03/05/climate-change-alarmism-is-big-business-for-billionaire-buffett/

Watts Up With That?

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Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Warren Buffet has repeated his inconvenient message from last year, that climate has not affected his insurance business – though he is concerned about future climate change.

Warren Buffett says global warming is not impacting the way Berkshire writes insurance

Tom DiChristopher
Monday, 27 Feb 2017 | 3:34 PM ET

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett on Monday said he has not yet seen sufficient evidence that climate change is affecting weather events to a degree that would make him change the way his conglomerate’s insurance businesses write policies.

Events such as Hurricane Sandy have raised concerns that global warming is increasing the intensity and frequency of so-called superstorms.

“I have not seen anything yet that would cause me to change the way we look at evaluating quakes, tornadoes, hurricanes by atmosphere. Now, that may happen some day,” he told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”

Research shows…

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