This appeared on Twitter yesterday, an ice sculpture in (sourced from New Dehli India, but may be in Seoul, Korea, due to Korean writing on the plaque h/t to John Tillman) on the street, brought to my attention by Devin Narang:
Time to wake up and smell the coffee: climate change it’s real pic.twitter.com/Aq0dfpE6IH
— Devin Narang (@devinnarang) September 3, 2018
The video depicts a mother and child. The child is made of ice, the mother is not. The plaque below the statues say this:
You’d have to be pretty gullible to think this ice melting in the summer heat has anything to do with any real threat of global warming, and while I realize it’s pure symbolism, it’s also not rooted in any reality.
But then again, consider the source.