All things considered, Ramaswamy is almost certainly correct to claim climate policies kill more people each year than climate change, and thus, contrary to Kessler’s assessment, merited no “Pinocchios,” rather than...
...real-world data shows heat waves are NOT getting worse in the United States due to climate change.
... the larger estimate seems more plausible as an average for this subpopulation, although the authors of the report did not draw that conclusion.
Ten pieces of climate propaganda from March 2023 exposed and debunked.
When a reporter describes research as "indisputable" you know they have little understanding of the scientific process.
The article goes into detail about the theory and mechanics of the ice shelf and the natural growth of the chasm that eventually caused a split—in part due to the growth of the ice shelf itself.
WaPo and much of climate science today is overly reliant on projections from computer models rather than looking at trends in historical and real-world data.
Real world data shows that there has been no increase in drought, or heatwaves; no increase in flooding; no increase in tropical cyclones and hurricanes; no increase in winter storms; and no increase in thunderstorms...
“People are already dying of climate change right now” - but "accelerating solar and wind" will save us from "the most severe climate change scenarios".
It shows just how divorced from reality those pushing Net Zero agendas really are.
Tide gauge data show no measurable increase in the rate of sea level rise in recent decades along coastal Virginia.
Because climate change isn’t harming coral reefs, trying to protect coral health by fighting global warming is a misplaced effort.
Like fish in a barrel.
From ClimateREALISM By H. Sterling Burnett -March 29, 2022 The Washington Post (WaPo) published an article today discussing the fact that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef (GBR) recently suffered its “sixth...
We’ve seen all sorts of media claims about climate change. Some are doomsday scenarios, others claim your favorite holiday food will be threatened, while others try to link nearly every weather event to…
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