Attributing every bout of extreme weather to forces outside of our control can leave us feeling powerless.
Hurricane Daniel and the phenomenon of Medicanes are low hanging fruit for alarmist ambulance chasers.
Dessler is a lawyer for alarmism, not a humble, careful scientist.
This data destroys the claim that the current heat wave was “basically impossible without climate change.”
Accusing NPR of fearmongering climate change, Steele goes on to explicate their flawed reasoning in blaming the Denton fire on global warming.
The misleading nature of attribution science has been pointed out multiple times at Climate Realism, for example, here, here, and here, as the accuracy of a computer models are only as accurate as the input of data...
The sheer volume of senior staff time dedicated to this issue, including canoodling with activists, is troubling.
None of these response indicators show a clear positive trend of extreme events. In conclusion on the basis of observational data, the climate crisis that, according to many sources, we are experiencing today, is not evident...
It's like a spiritual adviser who claims he influence helped you win the lottery — after you’ve already won it.
Today I want to separate the science of Pakistan’s devastating floods from the shamefully manipulative narratives by politicians and the media.
‘Changes in the frequency of major floods are dominated by multidecadal variability.’
Why does global warming affect the means more than the extremes?
our work is an important contribution to the effort to develop evidence that can be used to make claims for legal standing.
Real world data refutes the model predictions.
But in 20 years of usage did any climate scientists check if TLS actually solves the problem?
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