Language Corrupting Thought (Part 2)

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“Potentially Sensitive Content”

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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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Lies, Damned Lies, And Biden Fire Statistics

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SMH Calls For Tattooing People Who Tell the Truth About Climate

Ten years ago today …

“Surely it’s time for climate-change deniers to have their opinions forcibly tattooed on their bodies.”

The dangers of bone-headed beliefs

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Forest Fires Of 1910

March of 1910 was the warmest and driest on record in the US.

This led to the largest and some of the deadliest fires in US history.

On October 7 a forest fire raged out of control across Lake of the Woods County, Minnesota, leveling everything in its path.

Baudette fire of 1910 – Wikipedia

23 Oct 1910, 6 – Monterey Daily Cypress and Monterey American at

10 Oct 1910, Page 1 – Star Tribune at

10 Oct 1910, Page 1 – The Winnipeg Tribune at

A few weeks earlier was the largest forest fire in US history, along the Idaho/Montana border.

The 1910 Fires – Forest History Society

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Lies, Damned Lies, And Biden Fire Statistics

Biden administration formally launches task force to ensure scientific decisions are free from political influence

The EPA has a new graph on their website which shows that the US Forest Service collected fire data from 1983 to 1997 and the National Interagency Fire Center collected fire data starting in 1983. According to their graph burn acreage in the US has increased by 400%.

Climate Change Indicators: Wildfires | Climate Change Indicators in the United States | US EPA

But this report from ten years ago showed that US Forest Service collected fire data from at least 1916 to 2008, and that burn acreage is down 80% since the 1930s.


This 1938 New York Times article confirmed the data in Forest Service graph.

TimesMachine: October 9, 1938 –

The National Interagency Fire Center website shows burn acreage back to 1983.

As of January 29 of this year, the same website showed burn acreage back to 1926.

National Interagency Fire Center

The Biden administration picked the low point of the graph to start their new graph and hid all of the earlier data.

By starting in 1983, they can claim there is a correlation between CO2 and burn acreage.

But the complete data set shows the exact opposite.

On November 1 of last year, the National Interagency Fire Center had this document on their web site.

“In the conterminous United States during the preindustrial period (1500- 1800), an average of 145 million acres burned annually. Today only 14 million acres (federal and non-federal) are burned annually by wildland fire from all ignition sources.”

Wayback Machine

That page has also been erased and now shows this :

“The National Interagency Fire Center is committed to making its information and communication technologies accessible to individuals with disabilities”

Page not found | National Interagency Fire Center

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‘The People With Something To Hide”

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“One Of The Finest Public Servants”

6:54 PM · May 12, 2020

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Climate Cancel Culture


That ‘Obama Scientist’ Climate Skeptic You’ve Been Hearing About … – Scientific American

I attach a response that I submitted yesterday to Scientific American.  Not surprisingly, they declined to publish it.   Please do distribute my response freely among your contacts or websites.

Steve Koonin

1990 IPCC Report

Milloy Says Climate Activism ‘A Cancer on Our Society,’ Before Preaching About Dehumanizing Language

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