Image from WUWT reader “Boudu”
One thing you can say about AGW alarmists, they are passionate. But passion doesn’t usually equate to factual discourse, as demonstrated so well on Joe Romm’s Climate Progress blog this week by guest blogger Kyle Gracey:
In 2050, I’ll be 77, and given the pace of the climate talks in Bonn these two weeks, I’ll likely spend most of my retirement either under water or on fire.
Sillier words may never have been written.
Of course, if you can’t dazzle ’em with prose, doing a rap music gig for climate delegates is always sure to beat out factual discourse any day of the week and twice on Sundays.
We rapped and rhymed about the threatened survival of nations and developed countries’ weak financing proposals.
I just wonder how well the “negotiators” take to being adopted?
Of course this isn’t the first time rap music has been used to make a point about climate. It happened earlier this year when Dr. James Hansen of NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies (GISS) opened for a rap trio at the capital climate action protest that (ahem) according to their own claims “closed down” the coal fired power plant in Washington D.C.
Dr. Jim Hansen gets ready to deliver his message at the protest. Dressed like that, I’m not sure what the message is.
The hemp hat trio sings for the crowd right after Hansen’s address.
I wonder if Jimbo will start his own record label to help the climate rap effort?