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Sep 04 2012

Global Warming Is Good for Biodiversity

Life likes warmth. Where do you find more of it, in the arctic wastelands so often romanticized by ecokooks, or in steamy jungles? It was only a matter of time before even the experts figured out that if there really were such a thing as manmade global warming, it would benefit biodiversity:

The notion that the planet’s warming climate will result in widespread extinctions has been challenged by a new study that suggests that biodiversity on Earth generally increases as the planet warms. The study, by scientists from the Universities of York, Glasgow and Leeds, involved the analysis of fossil and geological records going back 540 million years. …

They found that while warm periods in the geological past experienced increased extinctions, they also promoted the origination of new species, increasing overall biodiversity.

What say you, Al Gore?


Fortunately, no one listens to the Goracle anymore — except our moonbat ruling class, which is working busily as termites to inflict his malevolent agenda via unaccountable agencies like the EPA.

On a tip from TheWrightWing.

7 Responses to “Global Warming Is Good for Biodiversity”

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  2. Rotohammer says:

    It’s never been about the science. It’s about central control and redistributing wealth. The alarmists couldn’t care less about biodiversity.

  3. dan says:

    everybody that I know north of the 45th parallel supports global warming….don’t stop until we can grow bananas in Fostbite Falls

  4. Anon-Y-Mouse says:

    Warm: things live.

    Cold: things die.

    More Co2: plants thrive and produce oxygen.

    Less Co2: plants die and don’t produce oxygen.

    Any questions?

  5. Bubba says:

    Anon – don’t confuse the sheeple with facts. If their boy says it’s warming, then it’s warming. He should know about steamy jungles, being born in Kenya you know. Plus hanging out at that gay men’s club in Chicago, probably pretty steamy in there too.

  6. Jill says:

    Read the whole article and don’t cherry pick

    “Our results seem to show that temperature improves biodiversity through time as well as across space. However, they do not suggest that current global warming is good for existing species. Increases in global diversity take millions of years, and in the meantime we expect extinctions to occur/b,” concluded Tim Benton, of the Faculty of Biological Sciences at the University of Leeds.

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