And there we have it, folks. The star has come and passed, and I for one am doing perfectly fine. Yes, there have been some reports of lots of ice melting, and some violent floods in Manitoba, and massive tsunamis across the west coast of the Americas. But honestly, those reports seem a bit hard to believe. You would think if China really was entirely obliterated by a giant wall of rushing water, for instance, that at least someone would’ve produced a photograph from it by now.
Yes, I’ve seen some photos, but those were obviously doctored.
In the end, it seems like what we here at Climate Realists have been predicting this entire time has turned out to be true. The world was never in any real danger at all. The worst this so-called Star has done to us is set off some forest fires in India, which let’s be real, probably would’ve happened anyway.
Yes, I’ll admit that there has been an unusual amount of flooding in my area. Lots of dead bodies floating around, a lot of rain and thunder these past few days. But let’s remind ourselves that these sort of things happen all the time. Every fifty years or so there’s some notably bad weather — that’s normal, expected. You can’t go running around like the sky is falling every time there are multiple days of continuous rain, flooding, and unseasonable warmth. And yes, there have been some minor earthquakes nearby, but the idea that the star is what caused that doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, and I question the logic of anyone who could think otherwise.
Most importantly, we need to remember that the Mathematician lied to us.
This man looked a bunch of his young students in the eyes and told them they were all going to die from some mythical star that came from God knows where, and then he spread the lie to the rest of the world. This man is a monster, no question about it.
I’m calling on all my readers to send letters to the head of his university and demand this liar’s resignation. He caused a world-wide panic over nothing but his own self-promotion, and he should not get away with that.
Yes, I know his university’s been temporarily shut down due to all the flooding, but still. If this man still has a job when this all blows over, shame on all of us.