by K. Richard, Oct 26, 2023 in NoTricksZone
Paleoclimate studies continue to undermine claims of “unprecedented” global warming in the modern era.
A new temperature reconstruction (Oliveira Silva Muraja et al., 2023) for Brazil reveals there has been no net modern warming since the 1400s.
Another new temperature reconstruction (Yue et al., 2023) indicates there has been no net modern warming in Central China since the 1400s.
by M. Adams, Nov 1, 2023 in ClimateChangeDispatch
Nobody can rightfully claim that summer 2023 did not generate its share of fantasy-laced headlines. In this regard, the United Nations remains the world champ of propaganda by cranking out headlines including the phrase “the era of global boiling has arrived.”
The ink barely dried when it was followed by another work of climate sensationalism, this time with a headline claiming “Humanity has opened the gates to hell.” [emphasis, links added]
Amidst the swirling vortex of lies, there’s new information from the CO2 Coalition.
How many people are aware that, according to the EPA’s data from 1948 to 2020, a total of 863 weather monitoring stations—that is, 81% of them—have reported that the number of hot days has either decreased or remained unchanged?
For those of you who prefer visuals over words, there is a brilliant map [shown below and at the link above] showing that, contrary to the UN’s hysteria, in the United States, at least, we are not facing an era of global boiling, nor are we looking into the gates of hell.
by M. Schellenberger, Nov 1, 2023 in ClimateChangeDispatch
By now, almost everyone knows the conventional wisdom: climate change is an existential threat to human civilization.
Fires, floods, and hurricanes are worsening; the coral on the Great Barrier Reef is dying; we’re in a Sixth Mass Extinction; the only way to turn things around is with inexpensive renewables, and no longer eating meat; and we don’t need nuclear energy, which is too dangerous. [emphasis, links added]
It’s a powerful story, one that has motivated millions of people to march in the streets and governments to spend $1 trillion annually on green energy.
There’s only one problem with it: practically everything you’ve heard about climate change is wrong.Here’s a set of facts you won’t read in The New York Times: