Google invites hypocritical celebrities to party about climate change

Miranda Divine:
It doesn’t get more hypocritical than A-listers jetting in on private planes to bemoan climate change at Google’s private party in Sicily this week.

The Gulfstreams, mega-yachts and gas-guzzling Maserati SUVs used to ferry the wokerati around the seaside Google Camp have been spewing out greenhouse gases at the rate of small nations.

Former President Barack Obama, actor Leonardo DiCaprio, singer Katy Perry and Prince Harry are said to be among 300 guests invited by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to their luxurious annual shindig which has been dubbed “Davos by the Sea.”

Either they don’t believe climate change is the big problem they keep saying it is, or they just don’t care enough about saving the planet to give up their perks.

But they can hardly lecture the rest of us on prudent management of the earth’s environment when they’re burning up more than 300 gallons of diesel an hour on their private yachts or spewing tons of CO2 into the air from their private jets.
I suspect they see the event as a virtue-signaling operation.   Meanwhile, they still have no answer to why previous projections of climate change have not been met.  The poles are not ice-free and New York is not underwater, although both were projected to have happened by now.  When projections are not met it is always because one or more assumptions used to make the projection was invalid.  They cannot tell you which assumption it was, but I suspect it is because they are overestimating the impact of increased CO2.


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