Experts admit global warming predictions wrong

Don’t really see a clear trend. Presidents don’t seem to have much influence on short term gas prices as it is international
Yeah, I found it funny too many posts above when I mentioned it, mk is like an old senile man at the senior center, I’m just doing community service responding to him as most people here ignore and block his posts.
When the adults try to put the children in charge…chaos ensues…

Greta Thunberg’s Beginning of the End of the World Prediction Was for Today, June 21st

We had five years to stop using fossil fuels to prevent wiping out “all of humanity” from June 21st 2018, Greta Thunberg claimed in a now-deleted Tweet.

Today is the anniversary of a doomsday prediction made by Swedish climate campaigner Greta Thunberg when she was just 15 years old June 21st 2018, stating the human race had five years to end fossil fuels or face certain death. She wrote then:

A top climate scientist is warning that climate change will wipe out all of humanity unless we stop using fossil fuels over the next five years.

While these alarming, but later forgotten warnings with very definite and certain sounding timescales are a major part of green propaganda, this particular instance has taken on a life of its own due to the Streisand Effect, given as the deadline date approached Thunberg was caught having deleted the claim.
This is so funny I don’t know where to post it “Snowflake”? “Global Warming”? “Dumbest Generation”? takes up 12 pages of The New Yorker …what is that carbon footprint look like?...Hysterical read…😂🤣😂😂

What to Do with Climate Emotions

If the goal is to insure that the planet remains habitable, what is the right degree of panic, and how do you bear it?

A couple of years ago, reading a climate report on my phone in the early hours of the morning, I went into a standard-issue emotional spiral thinking about it all. I woke up my boyfriend, seeking consolation; he took in my frenetic wheel-spinning and went back to sleep. The next morning, he drew up a list of thirty action items for us to consider, ranging from phone banking to ceasing international travel to committing eco-sabotage. There were tasks on the list that we had been doing for years—composting food waste, buying secondhand—but many that we had never considered. We had also recently had a baby, whose carbon footprint likely already exceeded that of entire villages in Burundi. I was playing whack-a-mole with my consumer desires. Every day, I felt like a self-serving piece of shit.