It flows off the lips, eh? (via Watts Up With That?)
Climate change’s impacts on extreme weather and society are becoming increasingly clear and undeniable. While we are making progress in solving the problem, we’re still moving too slowly, and one of the two political parties governing the world’s strongest superpower continues to deny the science. This led astrophysicist Katie Mack to make the following suggestion, related to a common refrain from Donald Trump and Republican Party leaders:
Radicalized! Then, as Eric Worrell writes at Watts Up With That?, “… [snip: boring list of rehashed climate claims] …”
These are but a few recent examples of climate extremes amplified by human-caused global warming. These extreme events will only come with greater frequency and intensity as the planet continues to heat up.
The only way to curb these impacts is to cut the carbon pollution that’s intensifying them. As any member of Alcoholics Anonymous knows, denying a problem doesn’t make it go away. Only by admitting we have a problem and taking steps to address it can we avoid a catastrophic outcome.
By “taking steps,” uber-Warmist Dana Nuccitteli (who’s also a big oil consultant) doesn’t mean that people should de-carbonize (another Warmist catch-phrase) their own lives, the whole list of giving up their own use of fossil fuels and stuff, no, he means big government controlling our lives and taxing the hell out of us.
Of course, as Alun Jones notes in the Guardian comments “How about “climate science radicalization” to best describe what’s going on?”