The View's Sunny Hostin says eclipse, earthquakes, cicadas are due to 'climate change'

“All those things together would maybe lead one to believe that either climate change exists, or something is really going on.”


The View's Sunny Hostin linked Monday's solar eclipse, recent earthquakes in New York and Taiwan, and the generational emergence of "climate change." 

"We got a solar eclipse, we've got earthquakes." She added as an aside that the "rapture is here" as well.  

"Also I learning that cicadas are coming," Hostin added, explaining that they only emerge every so often. “All those things together would maybe lead one to believe that either climate change exists, or something is really going on.”  

A complete solar eclipse crossed the US on Monday, causing moments of darkness in places of totality. An earthquake in Taiwan as well as in New Jersey, rippling to New York, both occured last week. Buildings fell in the South East Asian country while in New Jersey there was no substantial damage.

A massive generation of cicadas are also set to come out this spring. Both types that emerge every 13 and every 17 years are expected to come out in 2024, according to CBS

None of these events have anything to do with the warming of the earth or climate change. Earthquakes are caused by movement and friction between tectonic plates beneath the earth's surface. Solar eclipses are dependent on the orbit of the moon, and cicadas are speculated to have an internal clock that allows them to understand the sense of time.

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