Climate change will make you itch

Today is the day for conflicting reports on what climate change will do to plants.  It will make them grow and not grow, which is not unusual for a force that does everything.  Time, The Weird Effect Climate Change Will Have On Plant Growth,  reports on a study from Plos Biology, that climate change will reduce plant growth by up to 11% by 2100, by decreasing the number of growing days.  The tropics could be reduced by 200 growing days.  Of course this is based on the scenarios used in the study.   So far, plant growth, especially crops, has increased and there are reports of greening of the Sahara.

Climate change will also make poisonous ivy, poison sumac and poison oak grow with larger leaves and more toxic poison.  This is because of more CO2 in the atmosphere.  Maybe this works for only certain poisonous plants and not others.

So, climate change will do just about everything.  Sometimes it does opposite things at the same time.   I do know that reading about this does give me an itch.


3 responses to “Climate change will make you itch

  1. Government-induced climaphobia. Causes it’s victims to blame all the horrific problems in the world, on CO2…..(the man made variety). We need to find a cure, stat! It has reached organizations that have control over our lives, and we are being robbed, and pushed back to the dark ages. Unlike ISIS, climaphobia is killing us from the inside…..

  2. There is no end to these ridiculous ‘scenario’ claims that they clearly just pull out of their backsides and then congratulate each other afterwards. So for a more ‘reality’ based scenario how about the historical ‘pitch and fork’ scenario where a rather irate public start asking serious questions about where the money went.

    Reminds me of an old joke…

    How do you circumcise a govt. troughing scientist?
    You can’t because there’s no end to those pr**ks

  3. Climate change is caused by a force frightened world leaders agreed to hide from the public in 1945.

    The US National Academy of Sciences betrayed the American public after WWII, when frightened world leaders united nations (UN) and national academies of science (NAS) into a giant, worldwide “Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Scientific Truths” on 24 Oct 1945.

    My research mentor, the late Dr. Paul Kazuo Kuroda, probably risked his life by retaining possession of Japan’s atomic bomb design for fifty-seven years,

    to prevent the growth of this sinister and dishonest side of post-WWII consensus science:

    The US National Academy of Science confirms its continuing dishonesty by refusing to address or debate precise experimental evidence,

    “The Sun’s pulsar core made our elements, birthed the solar system, and sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system today!

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