The League of Deniers: "Jokes" from climate change deniers
Hilarious but frustrating quotes of climate change deniers. Future generations may learn from our foolishness.
The best "jokes" from climate change deniers. Come on! Even the real Flat Earth Society (which still thinks that the earth is flat) believes in climate change.
Climate change deniers are intentionally misinforming the public and attempting to discredit the scientific evidence with the help of hundreds of millions of dollars from the oil industry. These are the same old techniques of the tobacco industry who denied smoking causes lung diseases. Unfortunately, these techniques are very effective and climate change deniers are winning the information war. The number of people in the United States who say they don't believe in global warming rose by 7 percent last year, thanks to the denial industry.
I want future generations to blame us, but to blame the deniers a little bit more. That is why I am collecting quotes of climate change deniers with the intention of publishing a book. This book is funny and sad at the same time. You'll love it. It will remind us of the dangers of scientific illiteracy and human foolishness. And future generations will know who is to blame.
You can order the book for yourself, and you can also send copies to public libraries around the world. We hope you'll join us.
Climate change deniers really love carbon dioxide. They may even take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen when they breath. A new human species: Homo carbonus.
A representative of Homo carbonus. He also thinks God controls the climate.
What a smart guy. He is saving thousands of lives by doing NOTHING.
What a great theory. The best "joke" ever.Unfortunately, he believes his "jokes" are true.
Yeah yeah, "everything" is originated from China. Everybody "knows" this guy.
Another Homo carbonus. She eats arsenic because it is also natural and harmless.
It makes you laugh and cry at the same time. Come on! Even the real Flat Earth Society believes in climate change and worries about it.
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