It’s Not MAN-Caused

Posted on August 21, 2014 4:00 pm

A new study shows that ants may be cooling the Earth by helping trap carbon dioxide from the environment.

Which then gets released by little boys with magnifying glasses.

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11 Responses to “It’s Not MAN-Caused”

  1. walruskkkch says:

    So are they claiming that Ants are responsible for the current “Warming hiatus”?

  2. ConnecticutCompromise says:

    “A new study shows that ants may be cooling the Earth…”

    So….the best way they can suggest to fight Global Warming is….PICNICS??!!

  3. Oppo says:

    Earth’s Owner’s Manual:
    “If hypothetically overheating, check cool-ant level.”


  4. Bob B says:

    Hysterical AGW adherents around the world are heard to say “Hail to our new Ant Overlords!”

  5. jw says:

    in 2025 we run out of ants.

  6. Oppo says:

    Unless those ants were factored into the climate models that the IPCC uses in place of empirical data, can someone tell Gore and D’oh!bama that the science wasn’t exactly quite setted?

  7. Veeshir says:

    While CO2 has radically increased in the atmosphere over the last 10 years (lazy ants) the Earth has cooled over the last 17 years.

    That’s why I just point and laugh, never try to reason someone out of a position they were not reasoned into.

  8. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    So now ants will become “protected” species and nobody will be allowed to build anything. They’ll get us back to the stone age one way or another.

  9. 4of7 says:

    Most of the comments at the link seemed of the opinion that the human race was the problem and we should all kill ourselves and leave the planet to the ants.
    These are not people that I want to be making decisions for me.
    Dang, I’ve been stock-piling ammo for years when I should have been stashing Raid Ant & Roach Killer instead!

  10. Bad Science says:

    Ants fried that way taste really bad.

  11. walruskkkch says:

    If only we were more like the ant than the grasshopper. Or something like that.

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