Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
In the movie Groundhog Day, every morning Bill Murray wakes up and lives exactly the same day as he did before. That is the life of climate alarmists. Thirty years ago they said unless you stopped buying fossil fuels, New York would drown, Phoenix would melt in 115 degree weather, Hurricanes would batter the Gulf Coast, the farm belt would dry up, and forest fires would blacken “thousands of acres.”
Their evidence was based on blaming every bad weather event on on global warming.
Nothing about their belief system has any basis in science, and they have been doing the same thing day after day for decades.
The corn belt is getting wetter, and year after year is seeing record crops.
Midwest summer afternoons are getting cooler, and the frequency of hot days is declining.
Midwest summer nights are about the same as they were 80 years ago. Corn likes warm nights.
The average Midwest summer daily temperature range has dropped about four degrees, indicating a milder climate.
Coney Island, NY looks about the same as the first time I went there 60 years ago.
The press is now terrified by the lack of hurricanes, the exact opposite of what they were terrified about 30 years ago.
Arizona maximum temperatures and the frequency of summer days peaked in 1896, and have been declining ever since. I started school at ASU in 1974, at the peak of the ice age scare. That summer Phoenix set their record of eighteen consecutive days over 110 degrees.
And forest fire burn acreage is down 80% over the past eighty years.
There were 185,209 fires in 1937, and more than 200,000 in 1936.
Nothing which climate alarmists believe has any basis in reality, but they continue pushing the same nightmare day after day, year after year, and decade after decade. Global warming belief is mental illness, not science.