Rob Rogers by Rob Rogers

Rob Rogers

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  1. Enoki

    Enoki said, over 2 years ago

    Hey did you notice that climate change happens and that we should adapt rather than flail uselessly grasping at straws trying to prevent it?

  2. nate9279

    nate9279 said, over 2 years ago

    This is so so so so good. Great toon! Really clever! If only it weren’t a reflection of reality. We’re dying of thirst out here in southern California. In the 9 years I’ve lived here, I’ve never seen a winter this dry and warm. :-( It’s surreal to hear of all the snow and freezing temperatures in the east. Help!

  3. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    ^Spending over 50 years in the west and studying the impacts of climate change on biological systems, not just CO2, it really IS quite noticeable, and provable that change is not just happening, but caused in the massively overwhelming impacts of Man, rather the minor total effect of of other “natural process” impacts. Just the mechanical impact of rerouting rivers in California, and massive land changes for agriculture just in the U.S., far overwhelms any “natural events” we’ve seen in the past 300 or so years…

  4. Mr. Ngn33r

    Mr. Ngn33r GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    Nuclear power seems a non-starter…plant expense, NIMBY, (statistically small – politically huge) safety concerns, waste disposal problems…amd hopefully (soon?) to be superceded by “Fusion”, (promising but still ‘experimental’), so a dubious ‘investment’, private or public. As to NG, it’s 95% Methane and produces CO, CO-2 when burned…so “greenhouse-gas” before and after energy extraction…so why open “Federal land”, belonging to ALL of us, to benefit the energy purveyors for no real climatological benefit, as you imply ?

  5. pirate227

    pirate227 said, over 2 years ago

    Climate change illustrated so even Republicans can understand it.

  6. Stipple

    Stipple said, over 2 years ago

    I remember that day when the eastern states froze over.

    It was -43 F in the valley during the night and by the end of the day it reached +38.

    Unfortunately this kills Musk Ox by the hundreds if they are in the wrong spot. The warm air melts the top layer of snow and when it refreezes the Musk Ox cannot paw their way through to get to the edibles underneath and they starve. Groups of them dead in the snow, too many for the wolves to eat, have been photographs from overflying aircraft.

    Cold is OK, hot is OK, but hot/cold back and forth kills.

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