Science At The New York Times

As part of their ongoing efforts to misinform readers ahead of the mid-term elections, the New York Times says hurricanes are getting more destructive due to the burning of fossil fuels, and Hurricane Ian is Florida’s fault because their their politicians didn’t support the Democrats’ energy policies which have made energy unaffordable for the poor and middle class.

Florida’s GOP Leaders Opposed Climate Aid. Now They’re Depending on It. – The New York Times

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9 Responses to Science At The New York Times

  1. Richard says:

    From now on i am taking the stance EVERYTHING is caused by Global Warming COOLING Change or Vortex – tooth ache GW, sinus infections GW, rising waves GW, low waves GW, snow in Alaska GW

  2. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    This may go down as one of the quietest hurricanes seasons on record. Other than a weak depression that may eventually strike Central America as a weak hurricane, the Atlantic basin is dead. Very rare this time of year, as the peak season is drawing to a close. Activity could amp up, but with a series of strong cold fronts affecting the eastern US and into the gulf, anything that does develop would encounter strong shear prior to threatening the US.

  3. MGJ says:

    Isn’t it the NYT that calls itself the Newspaper of Record? Imagine writing something that stupid and having it permanently recorded!

    So I ask…
    Are they incapable of rational thought but actually mean what they write?
    Or are they just having a huge joke at their readers’ expense?
    Or are they so off their tits on illicit substances that they really don’t know what they are writing?

    • Thomas B Fowler says:

      The problem is that, like all the progressives, they are so blinded by their ideology that truth and facts are simply irrelevant. If something can’t be contorted to fit their narrative, it is simply ignored, disparaged, or denied. And if need be, they’ll just make up “facts”, as Tony has pointed out many times. The narrative, rather than the facts, drives these kinds of articles. It is rather obvious that the actions of a single state–and rather minor actions at that–could not possibly affect the global climate enough to cause changes in hurricanes. If the climate were that unstable, we’d all be dead.

      • Gamecock says:

        True, Thomas. We project our good souls on journalists, but they are nothing like us. Each event is viewed as, “How can we use this to further the narrative?”

        The Leftist legacy press is nothing but a running diatribe of “How can we get the people to accept cultural Marxism?” It is agitprop wearing the cloak of news.

        The issue is never the issue. The issue is ALWAYS cultural Marxism. Every headline should start with, “Accept cultural Marxism, because . . . .”

        Rewrite:

        “Accept Cultural Marxism, Because Florida Leaders Rejected Major Climate Laws. Now They’re Seeking Storm Aid.”

        • John Francis says:

          I hope most have read”School of Darkness” by Bella Dodd.
          The Marxist/communist/socialist fraternity has embellished much falsehood.
          Only diabolical powers have this much tenacity.

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