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HortonGordelson
Senior Contributor

The biggest threat?

The president says global warming is the biggest threat facing mankind......how many people has that killed in the last week?

 

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NewAgJudge
Senior Contributor

Re: The biggest threat?

 

 

DO you really think the answer is zero ?

 

 

Dammed your stupid.

 

rawhide
Advisor

Re: The biggest threat?

OK I'll bite......How many?

NewAgJudge
Senior Contributor

Re: The biggest threat?

 

 

5,494,095 EXACTLY * !!!

 

* Annual global average since climate change related deaths have been tracked, the above number shows an increase of 38.61 % from the previous year ( 2013 )

 

Yeah, I made it up, so  if you want to research it, go for it, but I wouldnt be surprised if my numbers are low Smiley Sad

rawhide
Advisor

Re: The biggest threat?

So you admit you just make crap up. 

NewAgJudge
Senior Contributor

Re: The biggest threat?

 

 

Just this time, its called satire

HortonGordelson
Senior Contributor

Re: The biggest threat?

It's not satire, you're just plain stupid, and too stupid to realize it.....look in the mirror and grow up, Pal.

NewAgJudge
Senior Contributor

Re: The biggest threat?

 

 

aller en enfer, connard

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: The biggest threat?

Global warming is not only a threat to our future health, it already contributes to more than 150,000 deaths and 5 million illnesses annually, according to a team of health and climate scientists at the World Health Organization and the University of Wisconsin at Madison—and those numbers could double by 2030.

Research data published in the journal Nature show that global warming may affect human health in a surprising number of ways: speeding the spread of infectious diseases such as malaria and dengue fever; creating conditions that lead to potentially fatal malnutrition and diarrhea; and increasing the likelihood of heat waves and floods.
r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: The biggest threat?


@schnurrbart wrote:
Global warming is not only a threat to our future health, it already contributes to more than 150,000 deaths and 5 million illnesses annually, according to a team of health and climate scientists at the World Health Organization and the University of Wisconsin at Madison—and those numbers could double by 2030.

Research data published in the journal Nature show that global warming may affect human health in a surprising number of ways: speeding the spread of infectious diseases such as malaria and dengue fever; creating conditions that lead to potentially fatal malnutrition and diarrhea; and increasing the likelihood of heat waves and floods.

Yeah. And Bruce Jenner is a woman.