Yes, you read that correctly. It seems that we once again have “global warming”. This is in contrast to the unusually cold temperatures we had two years ago, that forced the left to rename their cause “climate change”, or, if you prefer, “global climate disaster”.
This from none other than the New York Times,
Temperatures in New York City have pushed toward 100 degrees this week, and air-conditioners strained the power grid…Meanwhile the demand for coolant gases, especially in rapidly developing countries like India, threatens to accelerate global warming.
Is it a good goal for everyone in the world to have access to air-conditioning — like clean water or the Internet? Or is it an unsustainable luxury, which air-conditioned societies should be giving up or rationing?
I can only suppose that the United States is one of those “air-conditioned” societies that should begin thinking about giving up their air conditioners, or rationing the use of their air conditioners.
Any such rule regarding rationing would, of course, not apply to the elites, either at the New York Times or elsewhere. After all, they are the rulers who speak a language far above the heads of the “little people”.
And, I would guess, they will need air conditioning to deal with all of the “hot air” they generate.
This comment from one of my SoundOffBrothers:
Air conditioning poses too much of a burden to our starving planet. I believe that only our elected officials and their designees should have access to air conditioning. They require the comfort so they can better make decisions for us all. The rest of us should be content to toil in the factories and be thankful for our leaders who provide some meaning to our otherwise empty lives.