Friday, July 07, 2017

It's over! According to Prince Charles world can no longer be saved

Lake Michigan
It was exactly 100 months ago when the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, predicted irreparable doom for our planet.

From the Guardian on March 7, 2009:
The Prince of Wales is to issue a warning that the world has only "100 months to act" before the damage caused by global warming becomes irreversible.

As part of a tour of South America, his speech to business leaders in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday will echo predictions made by climate change experts who believe there are about eight years left to cut C02 emissions. He will warn that failure to act urgently could have catastrophic effects for the planet.

The speech will stress the importance of big business joining the fight against global warming. He will say that although the world is in recession, protecting the environment should remain a priority.
Ah, but not so fast! In 2015 Charles extended Doomsday another 35 years. Which is why you are still able to read this blog entry.

But what if the future Charles III is wrong?


So-called experts with Nature, a British publication, said last week that we have just three years to save the world from global warming mayhem.

1 comment:

James Roper said...

Like a neighbor that told me that I'm destroying the atmosphere by using my gasoline powered lawnmower