Watch: ‘Climate change is going to affect your sex life’ – ‘Penises will be smaller’ – ‘Most men will be infertile by 2045’ – ‘Our sex drives drop when it’s hot’


By: - Climate DepotAugust 16, 2021 9:44 AM with 0 comments

Sky News August 15, 2021

Sky News Correspondent Becky Cotterill: “Climate change is going to affect your sex life.”

“Our sex drives drop when it’s hot. In the U.S., one very warm day led to 1000 fewer births nine months later.” 

Sex educator Jimanekia Eborn: “Some people can’t handle the heat. They are not going to want to be touched. They are not going to want to be bothered. What does that affect? Sex.”

Cotterill: Also affecting men’s fertility. “Sperm count levels have dropped over 50% over the past four decades.”

“Some scientists believe most men will be infertile by 2045.”

Graphic: “Fewer Males = Less Choice.”

Cotterill: “Sea turtles bury their eggs in the sand. The temperature of the sand affects the sex of their children. cooler sand creates male turtles.” 

“So Global warming could mean we have too many female turtles. Scientists predict that by 2030, just 2% of hatchlings will be male.”

 

 

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Climate Change Kills the Mood: Economists Warn of Less Sex on a Warmer PlanetClimate change has been blamed for many things over the years. Never, until now, has anyone thought it was possible to see it as a kind of contraceptive. Hot weather leads to diminished “coital frequency,” according to a new working paper put out by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Three economists studied 80 years of U.S. fertility and temperature data and found that when it’s hotter than 80 degrees F, a large decline in births follows within 10 months. Would-be parents tend not to make up for lost time in subsequent, cooler months.

Morano comments: “Climate activists including UN IPCC scientists, warn about overpopulation but they warn that climate change will make humans extinct!? It sounds like if we allow the alleged “climate emergency” to run its course, it will cause human extinction and we can “solve” both issues at once.”

Flashback 2010: Japanese told to go to bed an hour early to cut CO2 emissions: Japanese households are being urged to go to bed one hour earlier than normal in order to help tackle climate change. “Many Japanese people waste electric power at night time, for example by watching TV until very late,” a ministry spokesperson told The Daily Telegraph. “But going to bed early and getting up early can avoid wasting electrical power which causes carbon dioxide emissions. If people change their lifestyle, we can save energy and reduce emissions.”  It is the latest initiative tackling climate change by the Japanese environment ministry, which is faced with the challenge of reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 25 per cent from 1990 levels within the next decade.

‘It is astounding that the Japanese regulators think that your bedtime is government business’