It’s being reported that kids are in poorer physical condition these days. Is one of the reasons a couple years worth of shutdowns and lockdowns? Of course not. You might have already guessed it:
— The Hill (@thehill) August 5, 2022
You can’t make this stuff up:
Warming global temperatures — fueled by climate change — are making children less physically fit and more obese than ever before, a new study has found.
And it’s a two-way street: physical fitness is also key to tolerating higher temperatures.
A less active lifestyle caused by higher temperatures is putting kids at greater risk of suffering from heat-related health problems, including dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke, according to the study, published in the journal Temperature on Friday.
“Fueled by climate change.” The hackery is incredible but not unexpected.
Also factors: being forced by government to stay inside with cheap fattening food, and shamed for being outdoors exercising, playing, and being kids, but let’s go with climate change.
— Razor (@hale_razor) August 5, 2022
So, “climate change” it is! Nobody gets rich if they blame the actual factors and then move on.
after 2 years of forced stay inside and shuttering playgrounds, not to mention a decades long campaign against PE in school https://t.co/yN2A8dBf2f
— ramen 🇨🇱🇺🇲 (@mmmRamen) August 5, 2022
poor diet and lack of exercise have nothing to do with it
— noble savage (@likes2sleep) August 5, 2022
Climate change is the cause of all my problems, which is great so I don't have to take responsibility for any of them.
— Slabbeh (@Slabbeh1) August 5, 2022
Nobody has to be held accountable for the effects of terrible decisions if “climate change” can just be blamed for everything.
Eventually the story got to one of the actual reasons:
Physical inactivity grew worse, particularly in Europe, during the coronavirus pandemic, when schools and other institutions shut down, according to the study.
But these same people will be able to come up with a way to explain how climate change caused the pandemic, so “climate change’s fault” it is!
Is there anything climate change can't do? https://t.co/3mjdc67zhS
— Cheesetrader (@cheesetrader1) August 5, 2022
The clear answer to that question is NO.
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