New York Times Vs. Corals

On June 22, the New York Times reported that the Great Barrier Reef is dying and doomed.

Australia’s Record Heat Means Another Blow to Great Barrier Reef – The New York Times

Meanwhile, the Australian government reports that the Great Barrier Reef has the most coral cover since records started being kept in 1985.

Great Barrier Reef experiencing ‘record high’ levels of coral coverage



Long-Term Monitoring Program – Annual Summary Report of Coral Reef Condition 2020/21 | AIMS

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6 Responses to New York Times Vs. Corals

  1. spren says:

    It has reached the point where it is impossible to believe anything that leftists say regardless of the topic. They are congenital liars, and the narrative that promotes their agenda is the only thing that matters. Especially, anything coming out of the New York Times, which is one of the most despicable organizations on the planet. Their building should be razed and turned into pasture land, right in Times Square. They have been enemies of freedom, truth, and American interests at least back to the Walter Durranty times in the late 1930s.

  2. John Sutcliffe says:

    I keep asking the question, why is the coral substantially not moving south to cooler waters if the warming Pacific is killing it? No one seems to be able to answer this question.

  3. Graeme No.3 says:

    The Great Barrier Reef was reported by the Sydney Morning Herald in 1971 as dying and would be dead by Christmas. Over the years they have continued similar gloomy predictions.
    The SMH is Australia’s oldest newspaper, founded in 1831. It is ‘on its last legs’ and rumour has it that it may be dead by Christmas.

  4. That pesky Great Barrier Reef just continues to refuse to follow the New York Times narrative!

  5. Tom Harley says:

    The low coral cover in 2011 is reflected by the lowest tides I had seen in NW Australia in 20 years, where bleaching was also severe. This was also noted by Dr Jennifer Marohasy in parts of the GBR at the time.

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