In a new book of interviews with
celebrities called “Do Good Lives Have to Cost the Earth?” there is one
by Phillip Pullman that includes:
…”This is a crisis as big as war and
couldn’t trade your ration book in the wartime. You were allowed three
ounces of butter a week, or whatever, and that was it. And this is what
it should be like with carbon. None of this carbon trading. We should
have a fixed limit and if you use it all up in October, then tough, you
shiver for the rest of the year.”
…”If the polar bears leapt from the pages of my fiction into reality
saw what was happening,” reckons Pullman, “they’d eat us. Eat as many
of us as quickly as they possibly could. And good luck to them.”
Well it looks like Mr. Pulman has found
religion – global climate change.
I assume Phillip will bravely step to the front of that “food chain.” Right.
He could do us all a favor and stop producing carbon by holding his breath. For a long long long long long long time.
Future Catholic Encyclopedia Entry
Globalwarminism (see also, Gorism and the Anti-Human movement) – A heresy that emerged during the late 20th century which was based on the irrational fear that human life itself was destroying the earth. The movement reached the its peak of anti-human activity during the early 22nd century when humans were exterminated en masse “to protect the environment”.
The movement disappeared through natural attrition, as adherents did not reproduce. The heresy was declared officially extinct on Global Warming Day, 2120, when one person showed up for the rally and was overheard asking, “Am I the only one who showed up?”
Judith M, this ranks you with the respected sci-fi “prophets”. Classic!
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