Sunday, January 10, 2016

On the Fact that the Pentagon Once Predicted (Circa 2003) that by 2013 Climate Change Would Flood California with Inland Seas and that Parts of the Netherlands Would Be Unlivable (

More graduates of the "Bill McKibben, Paul Ehrlich, John Holdren School of Hyperbolic, Hysterical, Armageddon-Like, and Alarmist Predictions that Never Come To Fruition", I guess.


BB-Idaho said...

Back when I was on active duty, long range planning often involved the after effect
of nuclear war (presumably still does). They do the same for climate change. It is called contingency planning . At its best, it keeps them ahead of the game and at a minimum
it falls under the old pentagon axiom 'to thine own ass be true'.

Will "take no prisoners" Hart said...

The best plan for "climate change" is a) prosperity and development (climate deaths are down by over 95% and that I believe is a by-product of economic progress) and b) adaptation (prevention is anywhere from 3 to 50 times more expensive and probably not remotely possible). And when have these people ever been right? I'm still waiting for one of their predictions to come true.