by K. Richard/Chafik et al. 2019, January 20, 2020 in NoTricksZone
Rapid cooling in the North Atlantic has reversed regional sea level changes and has apparently spread to the Greenland ice sheet
Despite stressing global sea level rise is worrisome and due to anthropogenic warming, Chafik et al. (2019) report a distinct cooling trend in the North Atlantic that coincides with a transition to falling regional sea levels since 2004.
by CFACT, January 20, 2020, in ClimateChangeDispatch
How many doomsday predictions about the Earth’s climate must fail before they finally get broadly ignored and dismissed out of hand?
Considering the track record of climate predictions that turned out to be false, we are well passed the moment of ridicule.
The latest climate prediction fiasco, about glaciers disappearing in Glacier National Park by 2020, is the latest reminder of the falsity of the man-made global warming movement. It’s 2020; the glaciers remain.
Predictions of climate catastrophe drone on, and get more hysterical, including many from the same people whose credibility was destroyed long ago.
Yet, the climate alarmists remain undaunted and impervious to embarrassment.
Instead, they simply move the goalposts by predicting more planetary weather Armageddon in the future and proposing more insanely expensive solutions to “address” it (notice they rarely promise to reverse assumed man-made warming).
It is not just actors like Ted Danson or Jane Fonda who make absurd climate predictions, but scientists, government bureaucrats and especially politicians continue this longstanding racket.
In the years leading up to the first “Earth Day” in 1970, there were so many climate predictions that ended up being laughably wrong, it’s hard to pick favorites.
Stanford University biologist, Paul Ehrlich, author of The Population Bomb, is perhaps the best-known alarmist of that period.
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