Global Warming Promotes Violence, Sickness and Poverty?

| November 13, 2013 |

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A leaked report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was posted online. AP science writer Seth Borenstein Breaks it down in his article Warming report sees violent, sicker, poorer future.

So what does this mean for a prepper, or anyone who can think for that matter?

Well let’s first look at some of the findings.

“Human interface with the climate system is occurring and climate change poses risks for human and natural systems,”

So we need a report to tell us humans interface with their climate…I am certainly glad we have scientists for that.

“None of the harms talked about in the report is solely due to global warming nor is climate change even the No. 1 cause, the scientists say.”

Wait, what was that? I thought climate change was the liberal wet dream of all things bad. So all of this stuff will probably happen anyway I guess.

“Scientists say the global economy may continue to grow, but once the global temperature hits about 3 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than now, it could lead to worldwide economic losses between 0.2 and 2.0 percent of income.”

I know I like to work less when it is hot out, so I guess everyone feels that way. Seriously equating global warming to loss of income is only a viable argument when you consider the loss of economic resources that will occur as governments crack down on business in order to try to stop the climate change.

“The reason I’m not depressed is because I see the difference between a world in which we don’t do anything and a world in which we try hard to get our arms around the problem,”

In my opinion this is the most dangerous statement in the article. Getting our arms around the problem will curtail individual freedoms all for the greater good while making no difference whatsoever, and it certainly could lead to much violence as everyday people tired of the world wide nanny state being thrust upon them.

For a good perspective on climate change read this article on the climate of Northern Europe for the last 2000 years. Then consider the Mayans who died out because of climate shift. Consider all the ruined cities found in the Sahara. Consider all the lost civilizations that have succumbed to climate shift in the past.

When you have thought about it you may come to the conclusion that change is inevitable (naturally or not) and adjust your preps accordingly.

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