Claim: Global warming could make Persian Gulf too hot for human habitation by 2100

Claim: Global warming could make Persian Gulf too hot for human habitation by 2100. CO2 going from 0.035% of the atmosphere to 0.045% doesn’t seem to be the region’s biggest worry. These other problems are more likely to cause greater depopulation sooner.

2 thoughts on “Claim: Global warming could make Persian Gulf too hot for human habitation by 2100”

  1. Well, thanks to one of the articles above this one, we now know that all those people in the middle east are aggressive because of the average temperature being higher than it is in say Europe or the United States (see the American Academy of Pediatrics statement). So making those people move to cooler climes would be good for the world, right?

  2. Except that, having moved to Germany et al, they’re proving to be just as aggressive and obnoxious. You don’t suppose this could be a cultural/religious thing?

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