In article <a1Uhv.337290$Ca5.email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org says... > > "J. Clarke" <email@example.com> wrote in message > news:MPG.firstname.lastname@example.org > > In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org > > says... > > > > > > In reaction to the nerfed politically correct terminology currently > > > in use (climate change vs. global warming) to describe the measured > > > rise in average global temperature and it's positive derivatives > > > over the last century, I propose a new term to replace "climate > > > change": "Global Incineration". > > > > > > Those who adopt this new terminology will be demonstrating that > > > they are not embarrassed to admit to the reality of the temperature > > > increase and its acceleration. We will unabashedly be proclaiming > > > ourselves to be fearless soldiers fighting against the evil forces > > > trying to make war on reality. > > > > > > Although we will likely be accused of being inappropriate > > > harbingers of doom, (Chicken Little Syndrome), we will calmly and > > > resolutely sit back and enjoy the fray all the while noting their > > > steady romp toward "global ignition". > > > > > > Once the planet has ignited, there will be no more need for "human > > > meddling" in the project as we the faithful, who are one with the > > > silicites, will smile as the firestorm makes its way towards all > > > those "ugly bags of mostly water". As they all go wafting off into > > > space, they will have a few seconds to contemplate the hilarity and > > > entertainment they provided us in their unending quest to prove 0 = > > > 1 (wrong = right). We of course will have long ago left the Cinder > > > Earth behind on our green spaceships, dreaming of their Snowball > > > Earth that didn't quite arrive in time for them. > > > > In other words you will embarrass yourselves in the same manner as the > > "Atomic Scientists" (who are neither) who over the first five years of > > their existence advanced their "doomsday clock" to 2 minutes to > > midnight and then nothing happened. > > If you've been hearing about it as long as I have, you'd have noticed > that they never move it too far from midnight. Once in a while, they'll > make a political point by moving the hands, but it usually remains > within "striking distance" of the doomsday hour - lol. > > As I recall, they were not embarrased. They were just commenting on the > liklihood of a nuclear war as the number and power of nuclear weapons > expanded across the globe and the political landscape changed. > > Now if they had advanced it to midnight or past midnight and nothing > happened, you would have reason to claim they were embarrased - lol. > > Btw, please provide you complete inventory of the credentials of all the > "atomic scientists" so we can verify your claim that they are neither > "atomic" nor "scientists".