Skip to comments.PENGUINS: GONE TODAY--HERE TOMORROW
Posted on 02/07/2019 8:46:24 AM PST by Sean_Anthony
It would appear then that slightly increasing concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide and temperature stasis over 20 years have done absolutely nothing to threaten the Penguins
In 2008, historian Meredith Hooper published her book: The Ferocious Summer. Adélie Penguins and the warming of Antarctica. (Greystone Books, Vancouver, British Columbia.)
We are told that This book is a fascinating and alarming report from the frontlines of global warming and not surprisingly we find the following message on the books front cover from serial alarmist Dr. David Suzuki:
Like canaries in a coal mine, penguins present an undeniable and urgent warning of the devastating effect of climate change on the planet. This timely book must be read.
And there are more polar bears in 23 of the 24 polar bear populations up north: More now in total than any recorded across the arctic ever before.
(Earlier estimates were just that: Not surveys. Just estimates from old Indian and trapper and whaler stories.
penguins were, depending on your worldview, either evolutionary hiccoughs or a divine practice round for actual birds.
in any case, we won’t miss them. all they do is eat, poop (a lot), and make little penguins.
Sidney and Evgeny would be missed, at least in the burgh..
Same thing they said about the Alaska pipeline, the caribou are going to starve, strange thing tho, the caribou use the residual heat of the exposed pipeline (about 50 degrees) to stay warmer in the winter, fatter female caribou means 2 to three calves,with more surviving.
Dr. David Suzuki is one of the many scientists that have stated that most of what we “know” is wrong. Just don’t remind him.
Anecdotally, there have been penguins spotted off the coast, here...about 45 degrees north latitude. If they get a foothold in the Arctic, the AGW crowd will have kittens.
Penguins. The new portable, renewable, needs no shipping or handling, polar bear food. Refrigerate after opening.
They were brought north by the killer whales, ya know.
Hmmmmmm. Some of our orcas are threatened. The ones that feed on salmon, rather than seals and sea lions. I wonder if penguins would help bolster their numbers. It’d be a warm meal, anyway.
I can hear Skipper now saying: “Kowolski...Options!”
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