Don Lemon Details The Scientific Evidence Behind Climate Change

“Listen, I grew up there and these storms are intensifying”

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19 Responses to Don Lemon Details The Scientific Evidence Behind Climate Change

  1. rah says:

    The morons just can’t help themselves. And Lemon has to be in the top five of the dumbest morons on TV news and opinion. And THAT is saying something since he is up against some stiff competition.

    • arn says:

      Well Don Lemon does not have to be smart as the only reason he got his job is because he is black and gay.
      He is just there to read the script and play the oppression card(while the first thing he did was when he got rich was to move to an all white community to escape the regular violence against gays in black communities)

      Just last week his incompetence was exposed by Hilary Fordwich when he asked for reparations in terms of slavery(somehow these fake hypocritters never ask for reparations for people who currently live as slaves.They won’t even mention and will censor it as the enslavers are usually muslims or black or both)
      And she told him that she is for reparations and that those black tribes who sold the black slaves should compensate them and the descandants of thousands of white people who got killed while fighting to end slavery.

  2. Chuck Hortler says:

    Uh huh.

    Really interesting article on “the settled science” of why 1709 was a freakishly cold winter … killed a lot of people in Europe… ask 5 experts… get 7-10 answers.

    the theory put forward by some climate scientists basically suggests that a decrease in energy received from the sun meant the formation of less ozone, which in turn impacted weather patterns like the jet stream. That, in turn, impacted the presence of low- and high-pressure systems, and resulted in particularly bad weather for that particular year. Makes sense, right? Not everyone thinks so, and it’s still debated just how much a slight temperature change from the sun can impact our planet’s weather.

    While it makes some seriously logical sense that a cooler sun would make for a cooler earth, it’s not that straightforward. While some researchers — like Valentina Zharkova of Northumbria University — suggest decreased sunspot activity and solar radiation will lead to colder temperatures for us, others aren’t so sure. Georg Feulner of the Potsdam Institute on Climate Change Research reports (via LiveScience) that his research shows that the sun’s output and surface activity has an “insignificant” impact on Earth’s overall temperature — especially when compared to global warming and the impact that humankind has been having on the atmosphere, climate, and overall livability of this big green-and-blue marble we’re all clinging to.

    • An article that has nothing whatsoever to do with CNN anchor Don Lemons delusions and lies ..
      These storms are not intensifying . Tony could always put the Global Accumulated Cyclone Energy index up . A cursory inspection of the ACE data reveals that 24 of the 41 years to 2021 were lower or cusping the four decade 764 average . Last year also had the fewest powerful [ Cat. 3-5 ] hurricanes in the series since 1980 and 26 of the 41 years were average or below average strong cyclone years

      The hurricane expert Jamie Rohme is so palpably nervous and circumspect that he blurted ” on the whole , the cumulative , climate change may be making storms worse ” ….His choice of words ‘cumulative ‘ suggests he is familiar with the ACE data and dissembled anyway …

      Jamie wouldn’t want to end up like Tony’s friend the late Bill Gray .

  3. conrad ziefle says:

    I’m pretty convinced that climate science is like theoretical physics: You smoke, or you ingest, then spout out anything that comes to your mind. If these guys were peasants, they would be sitting in the pub arguing about the best way to BBQ pork while everyone else is in the fields working.

  4. Disillusioned says:

    Wow. SMH at irascible little don lemon. He wants to believe his own b*llsh*t so badly, he literally stops a meteorologist – whom he has invited to come on his show and share his expertise – to school the man with his fairy tale beliefs about climate change.

    There are few people in media any more unlikable than little donnie. Perhaps none. He seems to be wound so tight, it is like he is ready to snap at any moment.

  5. conrad ziefle says:

    The best thing any scientist can do is genuflect to anthropogenic global warming. And climate scientists, the high priests of global warming, must surely do so. I’m pretty convinced that if there is anthropogenic climate change, it is due to terraforming not, CO2, although I have no model to verify (ha ha) my claim. We know CO2’s absorption characteristic, ε, is lower than H2O’s and for a narrower range of λs. If water vapor is present, and over most of the Earth, it is, then CO2 adds little or nothing to the green house effect.
    Somewhere I read that a volcano just belched a mega dose of H2O into the atmosphere. Possibly extremely hot periods are random and associated with some volcanic activity, maybe even from under the oceans, hence not spotted in earlier times. Other volcanic activity, which belches ash into the air, does the reverse, global cooling. I’m not a geologist so I don’t know if there are different kinds of effluent from volcanoes.

  6. Disillusioned says:

    Somebody said irascible little donnie is vying for the 2AM to 4AM time slot. LOL

  7. Peter Carroll says:

    Sorry Don, Hearsay evidence, from either you, or your long departed aunt, ain’t worth the paper it’s written on.
    Also, read Steven Koonin’s book, “Unsettled”. In that he states, “hurricanes and tornadoes show no changes attributable to human influences”.
    Unfortunately, Steven Koonin, as a scientist, relies on FACTS and DATA, not memories.

  8. Petit_Barde says:

    Fraud and disinformation seem to be a CNN thing.

    See this other CNN brainwashed clown trying to sell the bivalent Omicron vaccine (just take it as multi-vitamine !!) for everyone despite FDA advisor Paul Offit who says that “a healthy young person is unlikely to benefit from a booster dose.” and that “if there is no clear evidence of benefit then it’s not fair to ask people to take a risk.”

    Paul Offit also clames in this CNN interview that the vaccine could be of benefit for 3 groups :
    – > 65, immuno compromised and those with serious comorbidities.

    CNN video exposed on Jimmy Dore show :

    • Torgo says:

      Anyone with serious comorbidities should be concerned about any vaccine possibly not being tested on people with those comorbidities. The original Pfizer jab clinical trial had a list of exclusionary conditions several pages long. It was tested on the healthy and then given to the sick and healthy alike.

  9. rah says:

    My family has a vacation home on a channel off Charlotte Harbor near Port Charlotte.
    Here is drone footage from the weather channel of the area:

  10. Disillusioned says:

    This just in:

    The 1928 Okeechobee hurricane, the 1935 Labor Day hurricane, named hurricanes Hugo, Charley, Camille and Andrew have begun a class action lawsuit against Don Lemon for willfully, publicly slandering them as hurricanes affecting Florida which were not as intense and/or as massive as Hurricane Ian.

    In other news, the 1900 Galveston hurricane (which was so intense it wiped the town off the map), hurricanes Hugo, Katrina, and others have also begun a separate suit against Lemon for slandering them as being less powerful than Ian.

    A majority of the hurricanes in both classes are upset that their power and intensity has been dismissed by Lemon and other propagandists simply because they were born before the “climate change” era. In their suits, they claim more raw power without “climate change,” which apparently had nothing to do with their size, power and intensity.

    It is rumored that the hurricanes in both classes may combine their suits to create a more intensive and massive suit against the former CNN propagandist. … /…

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