Baby Boomers Happy For Nothing To Be Done About Climate Change Until After They Die

Baby Boomers Happy For Nothing To Be Done About Climate Change Until After They Die

It is this kind of attitude, exhibited throughout many of the developed countries (apparently in spades in Australia and the United States) that guarantees total destruction and then extinction of all living species on the planet (except slime, mold, some bacteria and cockroaches).

Indifference, arrogance, apathy, ignorance and outright stupidity – in spades. Welcome to the future, where death and suffering will rain like manna from heaven.



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8 thoughts on “Baby Boomers Happy For Nothing To Be Done About Climate Change Until After They Die

  • March 22, 2017 at 10:07 am

    The ‘problems’ encountered by the operator of this very informative and truthful blog are being experienced by others who provide a service to the community that doesn’t fit the globalized corporate agenda and doesn’t match the deluded state of most people living in industrialised nations:

    ‘I was hoping to be able to put off this post, in fact I did begin and then sent it to trash it several times.  But now things are getting critical.  I need your help or something will have to change, and not for the better.  Let me explain:…..’

  • March 22, 2017 at 4:44 pm

    Donald Trump is an ASSHOLE. An ignorant, self-serving, blustering ASSHOLE.

    It’s readily apparent. Now he’s issued a “directive” (decree) to abolish anything to do with climate change. This goes much further then rolling back agencies like NASA or the EPA.

    What I think needs to be done is wide-spread rebellion. Refusal to follow decrees, directives and Presidential orders. There is a moral principle for doing this. Nobody should be compelled to act against the common interest.

    But we have little courage in America today, so I do not expect anyone to engage in a futile protest.

  • March 22, 2017 at 4:55 pm

    The White House calls climate change research a ‘waste.’ Actually, it’s required by law

    The day that President Trump’s climate science-slashing budget landed last week, his government held a public meeting here to prepare the nation’s Southeast region for rising seas, wildfires, extreme downpours and other impacts of climate change.

    Despite White House budget director Mick Mulvaney’s assertion Friday that studying climate change is a “waste of your money,” federal scientists are required, by a 1990 law, to do just that — and are carrying on for now, even under the cloud of budgetary uncertainty created by the Trump administration.

    It’s no easy task. Trump’s “skinny” budget proposes to slash many climate-related programs at agencies like NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration but often doesn’t go into specifics — raising doubts about the implications for climate science programs across 13 government agencies and the production of an exhaustive report about the impact of climate change in the U.S. that is required by law.

    “For each of these programs, real people live on the other side of the budget line item,” said Ali Zaidi, a Stanford energy researcher who previously served in a key role in Obama’s Office of Management and Budget overseeing funding for climate and environmental programs. “Students, small business, and sources of economic growth for communities count on this data. Now you’ve got folks waiting by the phone to learn whether they’ll be going to work tomorrow or whether the data that informs their livelihoods will still be available.”

    “For agencies, this means they will be less creative and more conservative,” Zaidi continued. “They will plan to the lowest possible funding level. And that will hurt both the programs and the supply chains.”

  • March 23, 2017 at 6:35 am

    Hopefully, D.C. will be the first place underwater when the Greenland ice sheet collapses.

  • March 23, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    Paris Climate Treaty Dead

    While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will never admit it, the 2015 Paris climate treaty Canada signed with great fanfare died last week.

    It died because of the release of U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget plan.

    While Trump has to get it through the U.S. Congress, which means parts of it are unlikely to survive, his clear intention to gut U.S. climate change policy by dismantling the Environmental Protection Agency spells the death knell for the Paris treaty.

  • March 23, 2017 at 8:40 pm

    Well, here is the Land of the Tax and Slave, our war criminals are still running around, free as birds. Although they should be shot, quartered, hanged until their head tears from their bodies, nothing happens. Nobody can prosecute them, and the propaganda that surrounds their crimes is nearly impossible to undo.

    Nobody cares. The “outrage” we see is fake.

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