If anyone lets a nuclear weapon rip, you better believe that there will be some serious climate change. Ambient atmospheric conditions and winds, carry fallout, for considerable distances. Airborne, very dangerous, and when it settles on soil, poisons water, crops, browse, and grazing, something very shocking.
I will light a cigarette and not wear the seatbelt. (Talk about unhealthy and dangerous behaviors.)
By Kristine Marsh ~
If you’ve ever wondered how wildly out-of-touch the media is, look no further than The New York Times’ Twitter account. Friday morning, the leading newspaper in the country actually wondered if climate change would be a “greater threat” for the island of Guam than being hit with a nuclear bomb. The New York Times’ World section’s Twitter account proposed the ludicrous question earlier this morning, to much deserved backlash.
What’s a greater threat to Guam? North Korea, or climate change? https://t.co/bPuBrFULC5
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) August 11, 2017
Of course this did not go over well. Dozens of replies mocked the paper for making such an absurd comparison:
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) August 11, 2017
I’m gonna go with the mentally unstable North…
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