If only they’d listened to Greta: World Economic Forum mocked for comparing CLIMATE CHANGE ON VENUS with that on Earth
“We can learn a lot about climate change from Venus, our sister planet,” read an article on the website of the World Economic Forum (WEF) this week. According to the post, new scientific modeling has revealed that, for much of its history, Venus had surface temperatures similar to those of present-day Earth, complete with oceans, rain, and even snow.
That all changed when continuous volcanic eruptions spewed enough carbon dioxide into the atmosphere to make the planet the scorching, uninhabitable wasteland it is today.
Massive volcanic eruptions, which occur here on Earth every 20 to 30 million years, could do the same to our planet, the WEF article warned, permanently altering our planet the way fossil fuel consumption never could.
That’s not to say man-made climate change doesn’t exist here on Earth – which, unlike Venus, we’re pretty sure has been habitable (and inhabited) for some time.
But such predictions are apocalyptic, and to a legion of online commenters, undermined the WEF’s argument that humanity needs to urgently move to a zero-carbon economy to survive global warming – all part of the post-coronavirus ‘Great Reset’ envisioned by the organization and its supporters in politics.
“If only Planet Venus would have listened to the scoldy truant teen,” conservative pundit Stephen Miller tweeted, in an apparent reference to Swedish climate campaigner Greta Thunberg, whose crusade against fossil fuels dominated headlines last year.
If only Planet Venus would have listened to the scoldy truant teen. https://t.co/ByljF2aiSw— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) December 19, 2020
So...climate change isn’t caused by humans, but occurs naturally? Fascinating. 🤔 https://t.co/EuBrszuWR2— Amy Curtis (@RantyAmyCurtis) December 19, 2020
The Venusians didn't pass a Green New Deal to prevent climate change, and now look at the planet.— Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) December 19, 2020
While cataclysmic volcanic eruptions could possibly undo any carbon tax, vehicle ban, or ‘Green New Deal’ passed here on Earth, the WEF’s article did not discount the effects of man-made climate change – it simply didn’t mention it.
Should that happen, the WEF already has its eyes on the Moon, and predicts a ‘gold rush’ in the coming decades, as companies and governments set out to strip the barren space-rock of its precious thorium, uranium, and helium.Also on rt.com Wokestradamus? Parody Twitter account ‘Titania McGrath’ perfectly predicted the latest social justice battles
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