killing cold …

The warmist religion wants a return to cold. The end result is that their madness will get this:

It’s the cold that always kills, warm means life.


“Bark is peeling off. Pine needles and leaves are browning and falling to the ground early. Many trees never produced leaves or fruit. And some trees that are beyond repair are getting the ax altogether,” writes Elizabeth Hernandez in the Denver Post.

The culprit? On Nov. 10, 2014, temperatures plummeted from 58 degrees F to 16 degrees F in a matter of hours.

Many trees were instantly flash-frozen. For others, the sudden, intense temperature drop damaged their cores before they were winter-ready.

Of the 2.2 million trees in the city, Denver forester Rob Davis estimates that tens of thousands are dead from the November frost.

Not just trees, then:

“If this is any indication of what more pronounced variability will do .. especially to commercial crops … reminds of the decimated herds of cattle in the Dakotas several years back that got drenched then frozen before their winter coats were in place,” says Pieter.

and, now:

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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