Climate Superstition Is Getting Worse — And It Is Killing Journalism

On June 24, the fake news reported that Arizona’s heat is getting worse.

Arizona’s heat is getting worse — and it’s killing people

One month later on July 24, temperatures near Phoenix were the second coolest on record, and coolest in 110 years.

The frequency of very hot days in Arizona is down 50% since the 19th century.

Afternoon temperatures in Massachusetts were the coolest on record for July 24.

Climate reporting is not fact based, but why would it be different from other types of reporting?

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29 Responses to Climate Superstition Is Getting Worse — And It Is Killing Journalism

  1. RAH says:

    As we know “Climate Change” is a political issue and when it comes to politics almost all the legacy media outlets have an agenda and sacrificed any pretense of journalistic integrity long ago.

    • arn says:

      That’s why they added in the headline:”It’s killing people”

      To make people believe that they are responsible for the death people
      as climate change is man made,
      as people who feel guilty are more likely to pay
      and they of course have the solution.One can repent and get absolution by paying co2 tax.
      The vatican already used this trick some centuries ago by selling indulgences to the people.

  2. gator69 says:

    If only it would target journalists, and not the innocent.

    • RAH says:

      Been seven days since a spot or speck was visible on the solar disk.

      • arn says:

        then its gonna stay a cool,cool summer
        that even hardcore AGWists would realise and admitt.

        though i’m pretty sure in the end((few weeks after summer has ended,and peopled memories have faded)) it’ll be the hottest summer ever on record
        when the adjustments had been made by the adjusters,
        and they will say:”Some of you may have the feeling that this summer has been too cold but it was not as we have adjusted all sub 18 degrees celsius days to 23 degrees.
        Now pay your tax and shut up.”

        • RAH says:

          We’ll still get some blasts of heat but overall it looks like this last week of July and the month of August is going to be cooler than average for most of the US. The NW,SE and south Texas being the exceptions.

          Joe Bastardi says according to the records a cool August usually indicates a we’ll have colder than average January and February. We’re certainly due for a hard winter in my part of the country.

          • Andy DC says:

            Oakland, in far western Maryland, today at 1 PM is 55 degrees. In July 1936, Oakland reached 102 degrees.

            So being 47 degrees cooler than it was 81 years ago does not exactly sound like catastrophic warming. Time for alarmists to bag this absurd AGW scam and work on something else.

      • Eha says:

        hmmm, then why its getting hot in estonia, since week ago? it was around + 15 – + 18 Celsius so far (since spring) and now, around week ago temperature did jump to + 20 – + 22 Celsius. Strange, dont You think? just wonder…

  3. Steve Case says:

    The pond in the park across the way was steaming this morning – looked like September.

    • Shaun says:

      In New Hampshire, it feels like September… Second day with high’s in the 60’s.. Usually in the 80’s or 90’s around this time of year.

  4. Marty says:

    I was worried because it’s hot here in North Carolina, but then I remembered it’s summer!

  5. Kris J says:

    Why would Arizonians want to trash their own tourism industry? People are saying, “I’m staying the heck out of Arizona now…”
    Kind of a circular firing squad

  6. Kris J says:

    Hey USA Today, you want to know what kills people? Getting stuck in a metal box with 39 other illegals in 100+ degree heat is what KILLS PEOPLE.

    • Kris J says:

      Modern day slave trade

    • Latitude says:

      …and proof of just how dangerous our southern border is
      We have a third world country….doing things no different than ISIS…and a wide open border

      • Kris J says:

        Correct. Must… Build… Wall… Now… Put solar PV panels on it or whatever… just get er done! Put a big door in it, of course, with a sign that says “we love legal immigration”.

        It was voted into law by Congress back in 2006 as the “Security Fence Act of 2006”, and a few miles of fencing were built, and then it languished

  7. Psalmon says:

    Cold in the Northeast last night and today…people waking up to putting the heat back on in mid July…unheard of, never experienced such cool flip in July.

    • Frank K. says:

      Yes, it was cool up here in New England last night (low 50s). A nice break from the heat. Won’t be long until we see the leaves on some trees start changing colors (early August).

  8. Andy DC says:

    This has been a pretty miserable July in some parts of the country. If July were to end today, it would be the third hottest on record in DC and only a degree below the hottest. But a rather unusual July pattern change has taken place and the last week looks unseasonably cool in lots of places.

  9. TimA says:

    Our daughter is in Flagstaff and on Sunday she texted a picture of her dash at 3 p.m.
    It was 59 degrees.

  10. globalwarmingisfake says:

    Would it be possible to have references to the graphs that were used in this article?
    I want to look into the numbers myself and couldn’t find where they were taken from.


  11. Kris J says:

    Tony, where again is the link to that large Excel spreadsheet I remember seeing a while back?

  12. gregole says:

    Been an average to cool summer here in Arizona by my reckoning. We had a hot spell in June, but the monsoons moved in and July has been remarkably cool.

    I have been logging temperatures and after my exercise class tonight (or maybe tomorrow) I’ll down load the data. But it hasn’t been especially hot this year at least so far…

    • gregole says:

      OK. My logger recorded a high of 116.7 deg F on June 24, 2017 and a high of 91.3 deg F on July 24.

      116; not surprising, this is the Sonoran desert. 91 is downright chilly!

      Hey dude, where’s my Global Warming?

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