Sunday, 3 March 2013

Germany's "official" warmists as comic heroes

German warmists as comic heroes. 

The "official" warmists in Germany must be desparate. As the general public in Germany, as well as elsewhere, shows less and less interest in global warming, a taxpayer funded government advisory body of warmists calling itself "Wissenschaftlichen Beirat der Bundesregierung Globale Umweltveränderungen (WBGU)" has decided to waste money and energy on a series of comic books in the (vain) hope of attracting young people for their lost cause.

The bright idea behind the "scientific project" is that members of the WBGU - people like the superwarmists Stefan Rahmstorf and Hans-Joachim Schnellhuber from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research - are acting as "comic heroes" fighting the evil forces of global warming (and presumably global warming "deniers"). 

Judging from the trailer the project has published, the likelihood that German youth will be ready to replace James Bond with global warming agents Rahmstorf and Schnellhuber does not seem to be overly great, to say the least. 

The WBGU comic site also has a page for press commentaries about their project.
First on the list of press voices is a very positive comment by a blogger. Maybe not so suprising; the blogger is nobody else but one of their own, Mr. comic hero himself, Stefan Rahmstorf!

Agent Rahmstorf (?)on his way to check the rise of the sea level.  He must be extremely disappointed. The sea level has not risen at all, only the 2050 sign is higher.

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