For several years scientists around the world have been confident that global warming is a natural phenomenon and that climate change was only created by the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive. This scientific theory is now severely shaken by a report from Amnesty International: The human rights organisation has observed a constant increase in temperature in hell which is considerable evidence that climate change is truly caused by humans.
Amnesty International has denounced repeatedly in its annual reports
the inhumane conditions and practices in hell. In addition to all the
violations of human rights such as torment, punishment and torture,
psychic terror and eternal darkness, this year’s report particularly
criticizes the already infernal temperature which has increased on a
yearly basis: Since measurements started almost 160 years ago the
average temperature has risen by 120,7° Celsius!
Well-known theologians such as British professor Richard Dawkins
consider this temperature increase observed by AI to be sufficient
evidence of a man caused global warming. Professor Dawkins: “It is
scientifically approved and agreed upon by all major religions that sins
committed in this world get punished in hell by a factor of 100. If
climate change rather were a natural phenomenon – which we haven been
convinced of so far – Satan would have had no reason to breathe down the
poor souls’ neck and increase hell’s temperature. Conversely, this
means that those condemned to hell have to atone for all those
environmental sins that have been committed since the beginning of
industrialization and which have caused an overall global warming of
about 1,2° Celsius.”
This should bring around even the toughest climate change skeptics.
Denying climate change is no longer acceptable due to this overwhelming
evidence. On the contrary, by doing so it makes things even worse since
one violates the 8th commandment! Therefore, when you go by car and – as
usual – traffic is a living hell, consider using your bike for a
change. This might be a better choice. In this world and the next!