It’s like climate crisis is here to stay.
Sure, every winter it feels like you live in a meat freezer. But you know it’s inevitable…when summer, arrives, it’ll feel like you live in a greenhouse. Can I get an amen? (and awomen)
And speaking of greenhouse, what dastardly and devilish effects will living on a warm planet bring us? I mean besides all those extra plants and their extra long growing seasons. Because that’s easily solved by just chopping them down, grinding them up, and using them to fuel the more efficient wind turbines.
No, I’m talking about the more serious problems for all us energy inefficient humans.
Like…what are we supposed to do with all those winter clothes when the planet stops freezing for months at a time? Oh sure, we could put them in the closet or storage bins like we always have. But does that really fix anything?
And then there are serious economic catastrophes ahead for states that depend on tourism. For example, here in Colorado, where I live, what’s gonna happen when no one comes to ski anymore? And what’s Florida gonna do when the shorelines rise all the way up to Disneyworld?
There oughta be a law. Or maybe a thousand more laws.
Because somebody’s gotta get this planet back in alignment with the sun. And somebody’s gotta address the elephant in the room…the root problem…we gotta turn down the thermostat on the sun. Or at least figure out a way to mount a thermoshield around our little, blue greenhouse.
But I’m guessing none of that will happen. And our climate crisis is here to stay.
Yeah, Isis might have been able to terrorize people for a little while. But this warm weather might go on for the rest of our lives. Oh, the humanity!
So, I’ve made a decision not to fear
What the weather might do to us here.
And I’ve chosen to trust what God said
About how long we’ll have this homestead.
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