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Sunday, July 6, 2014

shall we play a game?


SHALL WE PLAY A GAME?
Let’s play a little game.  Let’s play devil’s advocate and say that all that tree hugging drivel out there is correct.  It is way too easy to dismiss all that as social control- the Al Gore human caused global warning hoo-ha.  You can point to a lot of differing opinions from scientists not part of the government funding crowd.  You can point out the silly scientists that said in the 1970’s that by now we should have been in a new Ice Age as proof they are all full of crap.  But let’s say that we put on our TRIPLE- yes, that’s right not a single or a double but a friggin triple- layer tinfoil hat and assume that they either could be correct just because the Gods will it to be the ultimate joke or in fact some ruling elite knows it is going to happen and so by putting such asshat wearing douchebags like Gore in charge of the campaign they buy him off for throwing the election and then never have to look at his fat stupid face again  ( like we have to keep being reminded how unnatural the head of our current Secretary Of State is and can only be the result of genetic engineering ) and they immediately discredit the very idea and so hide it in plain sight.  No matter how bad the evidence gets, no one panics.  Well, the liberals who eat this crap up like mothers milk kind of panic but only enough to go sit in the sun and get a tan so they look more like their hero Obammy because he is a magic man incarnate who can fix anything including global warming.

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We have played this game before, but I don’t know if I’ve conveyed the proper panic previously.  If we heat up enough to continue our global drought and all crop growing regions continue to suffer ( you don’t just follow the cooler weather northward because the infrastructure to grow crops is set in place-wells and silos and river transport and rail and roads ) it is similar to the oil running out as far as feeding seven billion.  The US is already effected-meat prices are primarily reflecting the older Texas drought rather than the new pig diarrhea.  And the globe is already suffering as a third of all US grain crops get thrown into the ethanol hopper which has destabilized all regions.  Saudi Arabian desert and lush tropical Nigeria are equal in crop requirements because of urbanization and the need to ship in food everywhere.  And this might just be the start of serious warming trends.  Just because we’ve escaped serious harm up to now doesn’t mean that avoidance can be repeated, especially if the effects are exponential.  Tomorrow I’d like to explore this further down to the individual level.  I’m wondering if even the most paranoid amongst us is too optimistic and what a global food shortage will look to you and me.

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6 comments:

  1. You hit the bulls-eye on this! Food production is the real weak link when it comes to climate disruption. And the risk is double-edged; it will take about as long to start growing oranges in Georgia if the climate warms as it will growing peaches in Florida if the climate cools. And what the geological climate records tell us is that the past 100 years have been particularly mild, the Earth's climate does go through rapid changes.

    So yeah, fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy ride....

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    1. Humans will survive-that is what we evolved to do, live in any climate. But the die off, OH!

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  2. I have considered that we(the World) may be headed for an all out die off, man made or not. Yes the weather sucks, people aren't helping, however, if we continue down the current track, which we will, just before humans die off, we will have eaten EVERYTHING. so this will end up looking like the 80's Africa. Where they would dig up the seeds that were planted that very day. So yes, where F ed in the A. A hole in the friggin ground with 5years of wheat should do the trick until the bug population rebounds. On a lighter note, I just started reading Snake Oil, a little pick me upper.

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    1. I like that-dig up the seed they just planted. I might steal that one for later. Snake Oil redeems the authors worst qualities as of late.

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  3. People can't get parts to repair many things local anymore. If the "internet" crashes we can't repair cars,ATV's, electronics, etc. Peak "internet" If it goes down so does food delivery, all manner of repairs, UPS. IT ALL GOES DOWN. Pleas Load Bison, enlighten us with words from the source of your gorgeous hair.

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    1. Nice to see you're back-hope things went okay.

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