Fifty years ago, the New York Times declared god to be dead
Five years later they backed off, and announced that god was not dead, but simply retired
Being the great intellectuals that they are, they surmised that biblical stories like the flood myth were ridiculous.
Fifty years later, they have resurrected the flood myth. The New York Times has determined that man’s carbon sins and greed will lead to a great biblical flood – unless everyone has faith, repents of their denial in climate models, and pays tithes and absolutions. They are aggressively attacking heretics and censoring any ideas which go against their CO2 based religion.
The tide gauge at Manhattan has been rising at a steady rate of about 3 mm/year since 1860. There has been no acceleration as CO2 levels have increased, and thus show no correlation to CO2.
This apparent rise is due almost entirely to land subsidence, and will require about 30,000 years to achieve what is shown in that picture. At that time, Earth will be well into the next ice age, and sea level will be much lower.
Satellites show little or no global warming for almost 20 years.
New York is having their coldest start to a year on record.
Thus a new religion is born, A religion of complete morons, led by people like the New York Times.
There is something very biblical going on here, but it has nothing to do with CO2.
“When men stop believing in God, they do not then believe in nothing, they believe in anything.”
– GK Chesterton