Katherine can’t seem to get enough of preaching nonsense to the flock.
In the Book of Revelation, Christian believers are promised, along with the return of Christ, a new heaven and a new earth,
But Christian climatologist Katharine Hayhoe said in an interview Tuesday that until the promise is fulfilled believers in the here and now aren’t excused from tending the planetary garden granted them.
“It may happen any day, but we don’t know when it is,” she said on the topic of Christ’s expected return. So in the meantime?
people have produced massive amounts of waste, resulting in an island of plastic garbage in the middle of the Pacific Ocean as big as Texas, despoiled the habitats of millions of species and plants, and created air pollution from burning fossil fuels.
Ahhh. the mythical island of garbage which no one has ever been able to photograph. Even alarmist Discovery News says this is nonsense.
It’s been called the Great Garbage Patch and “the most shocking thing” Oprah has ever seen: a massive island of plastic in the Pacific Ocean that, according to many reports, is twice the size of Texas, outnumbers plankton, and has killed millions of sea birds.
But many of those claims, according to a new analysis, are huge exaggerations. Others are downright false.
Plastic is definitely a problem in the oceans, both for animal life and the environment, said Angel White, a microbial oceanographer at Oregon State University in Corvallis. But there are not floating towers of milk jugs, toilet seats and rubber duckies swirling in the middle of the ocean.
Instead, the majority of plastic in the sea consists of confetti-like specks that are spread out widely and nearly impossible to see with the naked eye.
We have satellites with better than six inches per pixel resolution. We could spot every single plastic bottle in the ocean, if they existed.