Shock News : Global Warming Has Killed God

Global warming has gone too far this time, killing God.

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When Global Warming Kills Your God – The Atlantic

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20 Responses to Shock News : Global Warming Has Killed God

  1. gregole says:

    Oh for goodness sake; what a load of nonsense! Pure poetry in the service of nothing whatsoever.

    Arctic ocean is a shallow ocean, over the decades, nay centuries, ice comes, goes, flows with tides and winds. No evidence that Man-Made CO2 has done much of anything that hasn’t happened before.

    Oh, incidentally FWIW, the indigenous population being sermonized about are not the original inhabitants:

    “The earliest inhabitants of North America’s central and eastern Arctic are referred to as the Arctic small tool tradition (AST) and existed c. 2500 BC. AST consisted of several Paleo-Eskimo cultures, including the Independence cultures and Pre-Dorset culture. The Dorset culture (Inuktitut: Tuniit or Tunit) refers to the next inhabitants of central and eastern Arctic. The Dorset culture evolved because of technological and economic changes during the period of 1050–550 BC. With the exception of the Quebec/Labrador peninsula, the Dorset culture vanished around 1500 AD. Supported by genetic testing, evidence shows that Dorset culture, known as the Sadlermiut, survived in Aivilik, Southampton and Coats Islands, until the beginning of the 20th century. Dorset/Thule culture transition dates around the 9th–10th centuries. Scientists theorize that there may have been cross-contact of the two cultures with sharing of technology, such as fashioning harpoon heads, or the Thule may have found Dorset remnants and adapted their ways with the predecessor culture. Others believe the Thule displaced the Dorset. “

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circumpolar_peoples

    Just sayin’. People change. Adapt. New people come in.

    Get over it.

    We are still people.

  2. Colorado Wellington says:

    Michael Cresswell, a state trooper, leaned over and whispered in my ear: “This is momentous. This is climate change on trial.”

    To say something momentously stupid is a sure way to be considered a deep thinker by The Atlantic.

  3. Quite simply it is the root of all evils.

  4. Anto says:

    Not content with destroying all life on Earth, now global warming goes rogue and kills the entire Universe!

  5. Truthseeker says:

    “Global warming has gone too far this time, killing God.”

    At last, some good news!

  6. omnologos says:

    Heat hiding deep in the Atlantic…

  7. Morgan says:

    Now it’s too warm in Alaska for salmon, which is why we still have them down here in New York.

  8. It is interesting to note that National Geographic says there are too many salmon in the Pacific Ocean, while this article says there are too few in a river basin flowing into the Pacific. The article implies the insufficiency in the Alaskan river basin is due to global warming, yet that claimed global effect is not suppressing the salmon population of the huge Pacific Ocean. The way the claim of the global warming effect is presented in the article makes that claim seem highly conjectural.

  9. Andy Oz says:

    They must be talking about Poseidon – since he is in the deep oceans and that is where all the CAGW heat has been going. Meanwhile the Conservative Australian Government has killed Australia by sacking climate scientists. At least that is what Michio Kaku thinks. I disagree.
    http://www.smh.com.au/queensland/australia-poised-to-lead-world-into-future-physicist-20140605-zrz3a.html

  10. Tel says:

    The Yup’ik never intended to live here year-round: They were a nomadic people forced into settlements by missionaries and the government.

    Ahhh, so the actual problem was government to begin with, and let me guess, we need more government to fix this? Right?

    • jason Calley says:

      During the late 1800s and through to the first part of the 1900s there was still discussion about where US and Canadian boundaries should be, and which country was in control of what area. In an attempt to establish stronger claim to some regions, the semi-nomadic residents in the far north were often forced (by both governments) to settle into villages. The village locations were chosen not on the basis of suitability for long term use, but on factors such as whether passing ships could easily access the location. Natives who refused to settle down were threatened with prison — or worse. One of the results is that temporary summer hunting camps, traditionally established on shifting sand bars and gravel spits, became year round villages. Now that the gravel spits are eroding away (as they always have!) the CAGW cultists are yelling, “rising oceans are washing away whole villages! These people have survived in the North for thousands of years but now they are being destroyed!”

    • tom0mason says:

      No not just more government but more taxes.

  11. Brodirt says:

    “I can see your global warming from my house.”

    Seriously, this from a magazine that counts down its cover ad in 3 second increments. No wonder their readers are so easily fooled.

  12. gator69 says:

    If by ‘global warming’ they mean the scam of AGW, and if my ‘god’ was the economy, then yes.

  13. Sundance says:

    It’s only a matter of time before they change US currency to “In Carbon Tax We Trust”.

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