Climate Change Made Australian Military Start Bushfires (And Ate My Homework), Says Expert
THE Australian military firing ordnance triggered the bushfires in New South Wales. Those who saw it a sign of man-made global warming are left clutching at dry straws. One is Academic Janet Stanley, who tells us that if children started the blaze -as was thought - their actions were driven by climate change:
“With a child it might just be an accident, you know, it’s fun to watch a fire. You light it and in the circumstances that we’ve got at the moment with climate change it gets away when it probably wasn’t meant to get away.”
As Tim Blair notes:
This will now be my excuse for future speeding offences: “I was driving below the speed limit, officer, but in the circumstances at the moment with climate change it got away.” Readers are invited to compose their own climate-based justifications.
Climate Change Ate My Homework…