Daily Mail Turns to Nostradamus for Climate Change Advice

Essay by Eric Worrall

“For forty years the rainbow will not be seen. For forty years it will be seen every day.”

A great war, economic ruin and climate catastrophe…16th century French astrologer Nostradamus’ gloomy predictions for 2023

PUBLISHED: 19:34 AEDT, 1 January 2023 | UPDATED: 00:52 AEDT, 2 January 2023

Climate change to accelerate

‘For forty years the rainbow will not be seen. For forty years it will be seen every day.

‘The dry earth will grow more parched, and there will be great floods when it is seen.’

This particular prophecy appears quite apt given the current state of the climate.

Europe saw its worst drought in 500 years in 2022, while the Horn of Africa is currently experiencing the longest and most severe drought on record, threatening millions of people with starvation.

There were also catastrophic floods in Pakistan between June and October, killing more than 1,700 people and causing more than £14billion worth of damage.

If Nostradamus’s prediction is to be believed, next year could see even worse climate disasters – although one hopes nothing that will last for 40 years.

Read more: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11417737/A-great-war-economic-ruin-climate-catastrophe-Nostradamuss-depressing-outlook-2023.html

Nostradamus does share one important attribute with alarmist climate scientists and their computer models. No matter how many times they are wrong, no matter how wrong they are, people keep coming back for more.

If only Nostradamus had a computer, maybe his climate model predictions could have been included in the next IPCC report.

via Watts Up With That?


January 2, 2023 at 12:45PM

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