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Skeletal starving bears and forests ravaged by wildfires: Chilling retro posters show how global warming could change America's National Parks by 2050. Hannah Rothstein based the posters on classic, retro National Parks posters produced between 1938 and 1941. One of the posters shows redwood trees in Redwood National and State Parks cut down for logging.
This dire report was in the April 26th edition of the Daily Mail, a confusing newspaper published in London. Rothstein is hell bent on scaring children and the puss guts in her effort to inspires everyone to acknowledge that the climate stewardship is a non-partisan issue and work together to find the solutions to the problem.
She based the posters on classic, retro National Parks posters produced between 1938 and 1941 in an effort to heat things up on her climate change crusade. Our pick of the litter is her print for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that she shows her projection of the park in 2050 that depicts the park in flames due to wildfires.
The Yellowstone National Park print shows a starving, thin bear walking across its landscape. The print reads: 'Disappearing geysers, warming rivers, dying trout, starving grizzlies and pine beetle infestations'
Rothstein wrote, 'If we dive headfirst into inventing for a brighter future, we can prevent National Parks 2050 from becoming a reality'.
The term "global warming" was dropped, even by the hoaxers, when the statistics were found to have been falsified. The term "climate change" replaced it, very deceitfully, as it climate has always, is always and always will be a'changing.
Ah, yes, the voice of reason…