Better Late Than Never …

The New York Times and LA Times have been quite open for many years about their policy of censoring anyone who tells the truth about climate.

The dangerous rise of climate censorship – spiked

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6 Responses to Better Late Than Never …

  1. arn says:

    That’s another way of getting a 97% consensus.

  2. Loren says:

    Imagine having a “scientific theory” that was so fragile it couldn’t stand up to scrutiny.

  3. Brad says:

    If the creed of the climate cult is so soundly based on science why do the unbelievers need to be silenced? Was it ever necessary to censor those who think that the earth is flat or Einstein wrong? True science can always fend for itself. It is only dogma that cannot.

  4. Richard says:

    If oil is killing people (humans) why was the world population in 1870 approximately 1.2 billion worldwide to 7.7 billion in 2020 today at the beginning of oil usage.
    In 1850 circa the death rate for kids under 5 was 45%+-, now not more than 5% in advanced countries. The average life expectancy was 45 in 1870’s. Now from 2000BC Egypt the life expectancy was 19, it took 3800 years for the life expectancy to increase 26 years.
    With Oil now in use from say 1870 which is early, closer to widespread use from 1900 to 2020 the life expectancy went from 45 to 75 a total of 30 years added in less than 120 years?
    World population in 1000 AD was 310,000,000

    the PROBLEM is over population but that should begin going down with social media and internet

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