When Will We Run Out of Water?

Illustration: Elena Scotti (Photos: Getty Images) by Daniel Kolitz Giz Asks In this Gizmodo series, we ask questions about everything from space to butts and get answers from a variety of experts. Even people who believe in climate change are climate change deniers: you might know, intellectually, that our world is coming to an end, but it is hard to truly register this fact, the same way one both does and does not believe that they will one day die. There are counterexamples—you might be one of them; Ethan Hawke in First Reformed is another—but most of us are still … Continue reading When Will We Run Out of Water?

BOMBSHELL: Global geoengineering (chemtrails) experiment pushed by Bill Gates also funded by Nazi-linked Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, linked to eugenics and depopulation

 by: Mike Adams (Natural News) The mainstream media is now openly pushing geoengineering and chemtrails as a solution for so-called “global warming,” which is of course a complete hoax to begin with. Globalist propaganda network CNBC has just released a new video (see below) which is a blatant infomercial for chemtrails, touting the benefits of polluting the skies with calcium carbonate and sulfur dioxide, two pollutants that would devastate life on Earth. Matt Agorist from The Free Thought Project published an informative write-up. The project is called SCoPEx, and it’s being masterminded by the who’s who of eugenicists and depopulation pushers … Continue reading BOMBSHELL: Global geoengineering (chemtrails) experiment pushed by Bill Gates also funded by Nazi-linked Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, linked to eugenics and depopulation

Climate Despair’ Is Making People Give Up on Life

Illustration by Annie Zhao By Mike Pearl “It’s super painful to be a human being right now at this point in history.” In the summer of 2015—the warmest year on record at the time—it was the literal heat that got to Meg Ruttan Walker, a 37-year-old former teacher in Kitchener, Ontario. “Summers have been stressful to me since having my son,” said Ruttan Walker, who is now an environmental activist. “It’s hard to enjoy a season that’s a constant reminder that the world is getting warmer.” “I think my anxiety just reached a peak,” Ruttan Walker continued. It felt like there … Continue reading Climate Despair’ Is Making People Give Up on Life

Australia ‘On Brink’ of ‘Apocalyptic’ Weather Conditions

by Soren Dreier The Arctic is on fire. Now, Antarctica is suddenly experiencing a heatwave. And that means a looming rainfall apocalypse for Australia. According to a recent report by senior researchers from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, we’re in for higher than normal spring temperatures. And less rain. It’s all because of record warm temperatures in the air swirling above Antarctica. It’s producing a domino effect. The stratospheric “polar vortex” has been disrupted. It could even reverse direction. It’s pushing stormy Southern Ocean wind streams over Tasmania, New Zealand’s South Island and South America’s Patagonia. This is away from … Continue reading Australia ‘On Brink’ of ‘Apocalyptic’ Weather Conditions

Human overpopulation: can having fewer children really make a difference?

In richer countries around the world, people are grappling with the ethics of bringing children into a crowded and overheated planet. But is a reduction in birth rates the best way to beat climate change? The argument rages on. By Jocelyn Timperley Ecologist Emma Olliff doesn’t want her own children. Not biological ones at least. She made the decision quite young, she says, but she only fully consolidated the reasons why in her early 20s. “I did a marine biology degree, and then a biological diversity masters,” she says. “And so was made very aware of human impacts on the environment, … Continue reading Human overpopulation: can having fewer children really make a difference?

Why Hurricane Dorian Defied Forecasts and Sank the Bahamas

Astronaut Nick Hague posted this photograph of Hurricane Dorian to Twitter from the International Space Station. By Tuesday afternoon, it had spent 40 hours parked over Grand Bahama Island and dumped 24 inches of rain. NASA by ERIC NIILER The storm evolved swiftly and unpredictably. But it was other weather phenomena that caused Dorian to stall, devastating the island nation. Jason Dunion has been flying on “hurricane hunter” planes for the past 20 years to collect data on tropical storms. Yet Sunday’s flight into Hurricane Dorian was the first time he had felt the awesome power of a Category 5 storm. … Continue reading Why Hurricane Dorian Defied Forecasts and Sank the Bahamas

The end of us

The Leonid Meteor Storm, as seen over North America on the night of 12-13 November 1833. Courtesy Wikimedia Only since the Enlightenment have we been able to imagine humans going extinct. Is it a sign of our maturity as a species? Thomas Moynihan recently completed his PhD at the University of Oxford. His first book, Spinal Catastrophism (2019), is forthcoming. Edited by Sam Dresser In 1844, the Russian prince Vladimir Odoevsky wrote a short story in which a future humanity, stricken with overpopulation and resource-depletion, welcomes a ‘Last Messiah’ who instructs a jaded mankind to commit omnicide by blowing up the planet. Earlier, … Continue reading The end of us