Climate Changed Has Saved Countless Billions Of Dollars

The US hasn’t been hit by a major (winds higher than 120 MPH) hurricane for nine years and eleven months, and the US has never been hit by a major hurricane during autumn of an El Nino year. So it appears that we are headed for close to eleven years without a major hurricane. This blows way all previous records.

Carbon polluters should be given huge tax credits for the negative social cost of carbon.

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10 Responses to Climate Changed Has Saved Countless Billions Of Dollars

  1. gator69 says:

    And it has provided trillions for the faithful…

    Update: Scientist leading effort to prosecute climate skeptics under RICO ‘paid himself & his wife $1.5 million from govt climate grants for part-time work’

    Leader of 20 scientist effort to prosecute climate skeptics under RICO revealed as ‘Climate Profiteer’! ‘From 2012-2014, the Leader of RICO 20 climate scientists paid himself and his wife $1.5 million from government climate grants for part-time work.

    George Mason University Professor Jagadish Shukla ( a Lead Author with the UN IPCC, reportedly made lavish profits off the global warming industry while accusing climate skeptics of deceiving the public. Shukla is leader of 20 scientists who are demanding RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) charges be used against skeptics for disagreeing with their view on climate change.

    Shukla reportedly moved his government grants through a ‘non-profit’. The group “pays Shukla and wife Anne $500,000 per year for part-time work,” Prof. Roger Pielke Jr. revealed.
    “The $350,000-$400,000 per year paid leader of the RICO20 from his ‘non-profit’ was presumably on top of his $250,000 per year academic salary,” Pielke wrote. “That totals to $750,000 per year to the leader of the RICO20 from public money for climate work and going after skeptics. Good work if you can get it,” Pielke Jr. added.

  2. AndyG55 says:

    And the real beauty is that with China, Japan, India, Turkey and other developing countries going gang-busters with coal and gas fired energy, that atmospheric CO2 will just keep climbing. 🙂

    The ONLY effect of all the ETS’s, carbon tax, etc etc will be to downgrade the competitiveness of developed nations and to funnel huge gobs of money to the UN and the Goldman Sux banksters.

    They will have ABSOLUTELY ZERO effect on the climate.

  3. norilsk says:

    Let us not forget the dangers of a low carbon environment. Hurricanes and tornadoes will be a distant memory that our children will only see in picture books.

    • Andy DC says:

      The US was repeatedly hit by very severe low carbon hurricanes that killed thousands of people during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.

      Then of course when CO2 was at safe levels, we had one tornado that killed nearly 700 in 1925 without hitting a major city. Then two more low carbon tornadoes on consecutive days killed over 400 in the 1936. Plus 1930’s heat and drought during safe CO2 times was far worse than anything in recent years.

      We had a mile thick glaciers down to Chicago and New York around 12,000 BC, when the primary source of CO2 emissions was mastadon farts.

      Motto of the story, we could drop CO2 emissions to 0, give up all our modern conveniences, live like Stone Age people and there is absolutely no guarantee that our weather would be one bit better. In fact, it might be much worse.

  4. sfx2020 says:

    “there is absolutely no guarantee that our weather would be one bit better. In fact, it might be much worse.”

    For certain our ability to deal with bad weather would be far worse.

  5. bwdave says:

    Ultimately organisms or fire will consume the rotting flesh of our corpses and make CO2 with all our carbon, and climate will keep changing.

    What plausible theory has ever suggested that a change in atmospheric CO2 content from 0.02% to 0.04% or even from 0.00% to 1.00% could have any measurable effect on atmospheric temperature or weather?

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