What Does It Say About Climate Change?

“Across the region, 90-degree days are occurring earlier and more often. The historical average has nearly doubled. What does this say about climate change?”

8:35 AM · Jun 8, 2021

It says that newspapers lie about climate constantly.

From 1971-2000, Massachusetts logged an average of four days above 90 degrees.

Why did they start their graph in 1971?

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5 Responses to What Does It Say About Climate Change?

  1. Richard says:

    The greenflies have to cherry pick data – this GW group is worse then the Y2K crowd

    If oil is killing people (humans) why was the world population in 1870 approximately 1.2 billion worldwide now up 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 1% in advanced countries. The average life expectancy was 45 in 1870’s. From 2000BC Egypt the life expectancy was 19, it took 3800 years for the life expectancy to increase 26 years to 1870’s.
    With Oil becoming 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 2000 BC was 310,000,000- life expectancy was 19.
    World population in 1850 AD was 1.2 Billion so 3800 years to increase world population to nearly 1 billion

    NOW how many civilizations prospered during Global Warming?

  2. MGJ says:

    Ah those words again, “Experts say…”

    But the experts are not identified, there’s huge error margins in their predictions and even then it only “could”…

    Makes one think that maybe the tweet is not aimed at those with the sharpest of minds.

  3. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Again they set a trap for themselves. If any progressive brings this up, then you simply say, “Records of 90 degree temperature days did not begin in 1971. Here is an URL to a place which shows 90 degree days going back to 1900.” Give them this web page.

  4. spren says:

    The New York Times used to own the Boston Globe (I don’t think they do any longer). But you can count on the fact that any information coming out of either of them is flawed if not an outright lie. They are all crying about this heatwave, but it’s crickets when you point out to them that not even two weeks ago, over the Memorial Day weekend, temperatures were down in the 40s. None of them possess a single ounce of integrity or honesty.

  5. toorightmate says:

    There is a very strong correlation between “the height of the bullshit pile” and “the hottest years ever”.

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