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Published On: Tue, Jun 4th, 2019

Global warming hysterics: New report says climate change could end human civilization by 2050

That headline is NOT click bait.

A new paper predicts an apocalyptic scenario of devastating floods, drought, famine and a breakdown in international order in just 30 1/2 years.

earth fireball destruction photo/ Bela Geletneky aka photoshopper24 via pixabay.com

“The analysis, published May 30 by Australian think tank the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Restoration, calls for a new approach to climate change and paints a bleak picture of the world in 30 years if nothing is done to combat greenhouse emissions,” writes the NY Post in their coverage of the shocking prediction.

Despite the data pointing to an extreme rise of 3 degree Celsius (5.4 degrees Fahrenheit) global warming, the report predicts devastating results, “a disastrous chain off events which the report’s authors claim will lead to ‘a high likelihood of human civilization coming to an end.’”

Yes, 5 degrees warmer would destroy the world and bring on Mad Max.

The report predicts that “planetary and human systems [are] reaching a ‘point of no return’ by mid-century, in which the prospect of a largely uninhabitable Earth leads to the breakdown of nations and the international order.”

A point of no return?

The would cause the accelerating collapse of key ecosystems “including coral reef systems, the Amazon rainforest and in the Arctic.”

Meanwhile, others studies like the warming to “snow and cold temperature” and IPCC data was proved wrong again as snow grew in the antarctic.

“Even for 2°C of warming, more than a billion people may need to be relocated and in high-end scenarios, the scale of destruction is beyond our capacity to model with a high likelihood of human civilization coming to an end,” the report notes.

The new policy briefing is written by David Spratt, Breakthrough’s research director and Ian Dunlop, a former senior executive of Royal Dutch Shell who previously chaired the Australian Coal Association.

“A high-end 2050 scenario finds a world in social breakdown and outright chaos,” said Spratt. “But a short window of opportunity exists for an emergency, global mobilization of resources, in which the logistical and planning experiences of the national security sector could play a valuable role.”

Raw NOAA data¹⁵ shows that the percent of days above 90, 95, and 100°F have been plummeting for over 100 years, and the 1920s, 1930s, and 1950s, without a doubt, had the worst summers on record in the U.S.

While the warming may be coming, the lack of credit for human adaptation and relocation is frankly, absurd. The historical data points to 5-10 degree warming hikes for years, without any said devastation of emergency crisis.

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- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco began with the Dispatch as Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reports and insights from Washington DC, Maryland and the surrounding region. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at [email protected] ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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