Close to The Midnight of Man’s Extinction? Minutes, Seconds. . . ???

posted by Jael Ever @ 21:10 PM
September 22, 2013

Climate-Emergency        Animal researchers have warned for years that critter extinctions from Global Warming would soon move up the creative chain to reach human beings.  Now scientists, computer geniuses, mathematicians, philosophers, etc. warn:  “Man’s time is running out!” But, of course, few world leaders care to listen!

While most scientists try to put the date off decades into the future, the truth is that, in every ‘time until’ prediction about Global Warming, events have happened much earlier than scientific prognosticators anticipated.

However, now most honored scientific organizations agree on four major points about Global Warming:  1)  Climate Change is dangerously real; 2) It is caused by human activities; 3) Time is either near or passed for man to do anything to prevent destruction from Climate Change; and 4) It will kill million and/or billions of people in the coming years until the human race is totally destroyed.

Most scientists agree that in the same ways it has affected animals, hotter weather will kill human beings by degrees at a time, starting with poorer Third World nations, and then moving to their wealthier counterparts.

Allison Brito writes in ‘Leading Climate Scientist: World’s Global Warming Clock Is ‘Five Minutes Before Midnight’ that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is certain “ . . . if nothing is done to improve . . . greenhouse gas emissions, there will be an increase in species extinctions, as well as in “droughts, heat-waves and floods, affecting food security and water supplies for . . . millions.”

Famed climatologist James Lovelock insists gas emissions cannot be “improved,” as attempts to reverse Global Warming will not work, because it is too late.  Author of ‘The Revenge of Gaia: Earth’s Climate Crisis & The Fate of Humanity,’ Lovelock told guardian.co.uk “Humans are too stupid to prevent climate change from radically impacting on our lives in the coming decade.”

In his article on Lovelock, Alex Morales quotes the author:  “Much of the tropical land mass will become scrub and desert, and will no longer serve for regulation; this adds to the 40 percent of the Earth’s surface we have depleted to feed ourselves.  Before this century is over billions of us will die and the few breeding pairs of people that survive will be in polar-bearsthe Arctic where the climate remains tolerable.”

In ‘Report: 100 Million Could Die From Climate Change By 2030,’ for U.S. News and World Report, Jason Koebler covers the 2012 Climate Vulnerability Monitor, which states:  “ . . . climate change and fossil fuel use already causes nearly 4.5 million deaths each year, and could increase to about 6 million deaths per year by 2030.”  Experts do not agree on ‘when’ but they do that there is no ‘if’.

Those who believe politicians, industrialists and other ‘Climate Change Deniers’ should remember Apostle Paul’s Christian messages:  “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. . . . evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived (2 Timothy 3: 1 – 13).”

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