This headline from the CBC news is just crazy enough to have been written by one of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna’s 24 member tweet army:
“Climate change researchers cancel expedition because of climate change”
It reads like a summoning spell for David Suzuki.
The best part, though, is that the climate change in question wasn’t a boiling ocean or the rising tides Obama promised us he’d stop:
“A team of scientists had to abandon an expedition through Hudson Bay because of hazardous ice conditions off the coast of Newfoundland caused by climate change.”
That’s a neat trick these researchers do, calling everything inconvenient or anything that deviates from room temperature “climate change”.
It reminds me of the Salem witch trials, where denial of being a witch was then proof of being a witch. That’s what passes for science these days.
This adventure cruise of serious researchers could not predict where the ice was going to be, from one day to the next. OK, fine. Nature is unpredictable.
But these are the same people who want to tax me to stop the changes in the weather they predict will definitely happen 50 years from now.