New Video : Quantifying Heatwave Fraud

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5 Responses to New Video : Quantifying Heatwave Fraud

  1. Disillusioned says:

    The media are perpetuating the climate fraud. CBS News had the increasing “extreme heat” propaganda on this morning. It was all about the “feels like” temperature; didn’t mention the actual temperatures. The reporter used the Union of Concerned Scientists fraudulent report as the basis of truth, quoting from it as she put a red hot graphic on the screen.

    She went to the streets of New York and stuck a mic in front of passers by. She asked a young woman about the heat. Her answer? Awful, of course – she hadn’t felt this kind of heat in years. In other words, it had happened in the past, and she remembered it. I assume her memory was of summer 2012. Still, the infobabe pushing the its-now-hotter-than-ever propaganda message used that in her story (a non-sequitur).

    With propagandists, normal hot summers with a few days in the 90s are evidence of man-made climate change – even though it’s been that hot or even much hotter before – as they use the “heat index” temperatures for their propaganda message rather than the actual temps. And, of course – cold and snow records shattered are mostly glossed over – that’s weather.

    Whether it’s about climate or Donald Trump, the mainstream media these days are propagating all lies, all the time. It is sickening.

  2. tom0mason says:

    The Union of Concerned (about funding) Scientists Scammer.

    UCS not about science, about money and politics ONLY.

  3. Mohatdebos says:

    I recall reading a paper by a professor at Dartmouth College explaining the Midwest cold spot even though the rest of the U.S. was warming. Does anyone else recall the paper?

  4. John Plummer says:

    Watch Tony Heller’s videos on the Union of Concerned Scientists. He calls them out as either incompetent or fraudsters. I’d say, why not both!

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