Mar 13

When you get right down to it, S. Matthew Liao’s crazy neo-eugenics idea boils down to:

Small people = small carbon footprints

Perhaps we were warned many years ago in this song:

It’s a world of laughter, a world or tears
It’s a world of hopes, it’s a world of fear
There’s so much that we share
That it’s time we’re aware
It’s a small world after all

CHORUS:
It’s a small world after all
It’s a small world after all
It’s a small world after all
It’s a small, small world

There is just one moon and one golden sun
And a smile means friendship to everyone.
Though the mountains divide
And the oceans are wide
It’s a small small world

(chorus)

“World of tears”? “World of fears”? “Share”? “It’s time we’re aware”?  “Oceans are wide”?  Hmmmmmm.

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Feb 28

Joe Romm asks his readers, “What are you doing to prepare for climate impacts?”  The beneficial-molecule-fearing Rommulans obediently reply in droves.  One particular comment from a warmist blogger goes a bit beyond the question Romm posed, and predicts a very dark solution for an imagined future climate hell:

I’ll also predict that laws permitting euthanasia will become commonplace in about two decades. The world will have to choose between keeping the old and ill fed and alive, and keeping the young and fit fed and alive. (Hopefully I’m exaggerating slightly in the second sentence, but maybe not.)

So, he might be exaggerating a bit about the choice of exactly who to euthanize, but he’s not exaggerating about the actual euthanasia itself.

Some of these people have lost their minds.

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