Cli­mate change con­cerns are ‘rad­i­cal non­sense’

The Morning Call - - TOWN SQUARE -

So a 15-year-old sits in front of the Swedish Par­lia­ment protest­ing the lack of ac­tion on the cli­mate and is lauded for it in the na­tional news. The Morn­ing Call prints an ar­ti­cle about a stu­dent hero­ically plan­ning to cut school to at­tend a cli­mate change rally that is made up mostly of youths.

These are chil­dren who for the most part lack the ed­u­ca­tion or the abil­ity to even be­gin to un­der­stand the world around them. Stop abus­ing these kids by scar­ing them into think­ing the world will end in 12 years!

The adults in the room need to start act­ing like adults and push back on all of this rad­i­cal non­sense. It all re­minds me of the drug-in­duced stu­pid­ity that oc­curred in the 1960s.

We live on a planet, tilted on an axis on an el­lip­ti­cal or­bit around our sun. Cli­mate change is a nat­u­ral oc­cur­rence. There have been count­less cool­ing and warm­ing trends on this Earth long be­fore mankind ever ap­peared. Michael McCloud White­hall Town­ship

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