News flash! National Geographic has found the cure! All we need is a little regional thermonuclear war!
Even a regional nuclear war could spark “unprecedented” global cooling and reduce rainfall for years, according to U.S. government computer models.
Gotta love computer-modeling. Especially when it’s based on flawed data to start with, like the existence of so-called global warming in the first place. But read on, and watch NatGeo REALLY display their knowledge:
Today, with the United States the only standing superpower, nuclear winter is little more than a nightmare.
The only standing superpower? I guess we can just forget about all those Russian nukes, after all, those nukes went away when the USSR folded. Right? What’s that? They didn’t? Are you sure?
Oh well, at least China, with the world’s largest standing army, doesn’t have a nucle…er…wait, yeah they do. But I digress…
Earth is currently in a long-term warming trend.
…according to your cooked data.
After a regional nuclear war, though, average global temperatures would drop by 2.25 degrees F (1.25 degrees C) for two to three years afterward, the models suggest.
Two and a quarter degrees! GASP, we’re talking ICE AGE! Get ready for the glaciers, Tampa Bay!
Go have fun with this one and chew it up among yourselves!