Record Heat, Drought, Fires And Insects

The historical record provides no evidence to support the superstition that increased CO2 levels produce bad weather.

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6 Responses to Record Heat, Drought, Fires And Insects

  1. Jeff L. says:

    I’ve been seeing various articles like this for the past few days:
    https://www.mic.com/impact/earth-spinning-faster-shortest-day-climate-change

    All the articles are getting it wrong. From what I remember about physics and conservation of momentum, if the earth is now spinning faster, then the mass at the equator has been *REDUCED* not increased. If the poles were melting and mass at the equator were increasing, the earth would spin more slowly and not more quickly as observed.
    If climate change is the cause of this, it’s because of the increasing ice mass near the poles and not from any melting.

  2. Disillusioned says:

    Bingo and BOOM!

  3. Why, if it is ‘irrefutable settled science’ does any more need to be spent on the matter? If the ‘science’ really is beyond dispute, there is no point investing more money in it; it cannot be questioned, so it cannot be researched.

  4. Francis Barnett says:

    There is nothing happening today that hasn’t happened before in history, it’s just that the climate flim-flam scam brigade don’t want you to know about it.
    From today’s UK Daily Telegraph.

    “Severe drought has caused water levels of the river Elbe to drop, exposing centuries-old “hunger stones”.
    One stone now visible in Decin, where the Elbe flows from the Czech Republic into Germany, is carved with a warning from 1616 that reads: “If you see me, weep.”
    The stones, embedded into the banks to mark water levels during famines, have been exposed as drought continues to afflict Europe”

    “Other stones, which were common in German settlements from the 16th to the 19th centuries, were inscribed with similarly macabre warnings of falling water levels. Water levels in the Rhine reached record lows on Monday.”

    The cause was obviously that they didn’t have low emission horses to pull the carts in those days!

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