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Save St Paul Street Glaciers, Stop Climate Change

St Paul, MN in late 2019, by TSN_

“Just this morning the newly-elected governor [Tim Walz] held a press conference stating his goals for making Minnesota’s electricity sector 100 percent free of carbon dioxide emissions by 2050.” -Source

St Paul, MN–Perhaps, in an effort to combat the melting of glaciers due to almost certain man-made climate change, it seems the city of St Paul has welcomed all glaciers to St Paul side streets no matter size, no matter age, nor water body of origin.

This truly progressive effort by the city stresses inclusiveness, diversity, equity, and open-mindedness in relation to factual, emotional, and physical sciences, boldly in a world of climate nano-, micro-, and macro- aggression(s).

Not only will this apparent effort of non-snow-removal stifle climate change locally, it will also work in conjunction with the Green New Deal, The Paris Agreement, and Greta Thornberry’s climate agenda, in general.

Let’s look at the possibilities brought on by saving the street glaciers in St Paul.

Saving the street glaciers in St Paul can:

Limit carbon emissions for the city–no more snowplows on our streets, no more dangerous exhaust fumes. This will cut carbon emissions drastically, today, leading to a cleaner and safer world for all tomorrow. It’s really very simple!

Limit petrol use and promote renewable energy resources–no more using gasoline, no more hazardous fossil fuels. We all wanted that, right? This is one step closer to the Green New Deal, and we can start doing it today, forget delaying gratification–that’s a waste of time! If the roads are impassable right now then they will not be used, right now. Simple common sense.

Reduce costs of city streets, period –eliminate streets all together, the city would save so much money if the streets were turned into one giant sidewalk/bike lane. In fact, we could use gravel, a renewable resource made of rocks from the earth and outer space. If there are no streets there are no costs to fix the streets. That’s huge savings. Again, make these very same depleted streets into green spaces, sidewalks, or bike lanes. They could even be made out of repurposed plastic grocery bags. That’s really planning for transportation of the future. Let’s get ahead of the game!

To summarize, these underrepresented and under-appreciated street glaciers can seasonally curtail our coming climate change catastrophe by reducing the temperatures brought on by man-made climate change.

So the next time you attempt to traverse the streets of St Paul and you encounter a street glacier, just remember, you are doing your community and your planet (and the future human race) a major justice by conforming to the Green New Deal and making the planet’s health a priority. Thank you!

To see more of my discussion on this important topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EpqA–VjSk

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Noah’s Ark Proves Climate Change is Real and We Should Learn from that Experience

Noah’s Ark is a very well-documented historical event in which water covered the earth, brought on by extreme climate change. And it possible killed off all the dinosaurs. We are seeing the prelude to another biblical climate event that will happen in the near future, we must learn from that experience.

As when Noah built his Ark, weather in our time is becoming more and more extreme every day. It’s a fact, from the Bible, that rain caused the waters of the earth to rise considerably, covering our planet. Today, rain caused by extreme climate has caused numerous floods throughout the globe.

Similarly today, scientists, like God did over a millennium ago, have stated that global warming and climate change will cause the oceans of the world to rise. In Noah’s time, waters rose, killing all those humans and animals not on the Ark–which explains why there wasn’t room for dinosaurs. Coincidence? Highly unlikely.

Another revelation that we see in both cases is climate change deniers. Noah faced many people who called him crazy for his beliefs about climate change and God, saying climate change wasn’t real. Wrong. Today, there are people who just don’t believe in climate change, and that’s a fact, they need to learn.

Now that we know the real facts about our impending doom on earth, we can learn from the Bible. It’s time to combat climate change by doing as Noah did: build an ark–or if that is not physically possible, at least buy enough inflatable rafts to save the human and animal populations.

Now is the time to act on climate change, use less. Time is running out. The waters of the world are rising, weather is getting worse. There is no time to think, there is only to act to save the planet and ourselves. Here are some rafts at a discount: raft. Do your part.

Infinity Inches possibly Forecasted likely to fall in Minnesota, potentially

FROGTOWN USA–There is no sugarcoating this one, Minnesota may possibly, potentially get infinity inches of snow in the next few days, way more than 6 to 12 inches as previously forecasted.

Snowstorm Ice Dragon is plowing through the middle of the nation on a disaster course, one way worse than last April’s Snowmaggedon. Way worse.

Winter is coming again. The path of the storm is pinpointed in the graphic of Minnesota below, marked in red is where infinity inches is slated to fall.

Just when we thought winter was finally over, it’s back and it doesn’t care about our feelings.

MPR News Reports: “One Rough Month in No Way Proves or Disproves Climate Science”

FROGTOWN, USA–Minnesota received a record amount of snowfall last month, that’s a fact. Let’s look at a direct quote from an MPR article discussing climate change related to that fact:

Yes, it’s been cold. And snowy. But remember: One rough month in no way proves or disproves climate science.

Now, think about that quote in relation to the headline of the article wherein that quote is found, referencing how Minnesota snowfall records “might” be aided by climate change.

Those details considered, how might our snowfall records be aided by climate change, as the headline suggests, when this one record snowfall event in no way proves or disproves climate science, as the article suggests?

Source: MPR article

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UNBELIEVABLE: Monster Trucks Reducing the Impact of Climate Change one Energy Emmission at a Time

FROGTOWN, USA– In a new effort to battle certain human apocalypse of man-made climate change, Earthsavers have theorized something totally unbelievable!

Monster trucks, that crush vehicles with high energy emmissions and monstrous carbon footprints, may save the planet from sheer devastation.