Children Have Psychotic Disorders From Global Warming Fear

Monday, February 9, 2009

I myself have happy memories of school teachers telling me the world was going to shrivel up under the sun and all our natural resources were going to disappear. Reminds me of Mrs. Bitters on Invader Zim. But this goes to show that the false global warming doctrine is truly pernicious.

Climate change takes a mental toll

"(Boston Globe) "Last year, an anxious, depressed 17-year-old boy was admitted to the psychiatric unit at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne. He was refusing to drink water. Worried about drought related to climate change, the young man was convinced that if he drank, millions of people would die....

Climate change could have a real impact on our psyches," says Paul Epstein, the associate director for the Center for Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School...

Depending on which studies you read, suicide is more common, less common, or equally common in hot weather. Ditto dry weather. But even in the face of uncertainty, specialists say the indirect effects of global warming could be substantial..."

1 comments:

PersonalFailure said...

We have a homeless man who sleeps under our building at work. He's a very nice man, but he firmly believes that the local county government is using microwaves to put thoughts in his head.

Should we ban microwaves?

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