In this video, Tony Heller shows why people who try to link heatwaves and extreme weather to CO2 levels, are engaging in superstition (or worse) – not science.
Tony Heller explains that since October 1, the US has experienced the coolest, wettest weather on record. And not surprisingly that has led to the fewest forest fires on record. Climate alarmists are (of course) reporting the exact opposite. PHOTO CREDIT: Wikimedia – The Rim Fire in the Stanislaus National Forest near Yosemite National Park,…
Tony Heller points out climate experts predict every possible outcome, and then claim success regardless of the weather.
On June 6, 1917, there was a tornado outbreak from Kansas to Michigan. The weather pattern was very similar to what the US has experienced this year. In this video, Tony Heller explains the cause of the outbreak, and the misinformation being parroted by the press about this year’s tornadoes. PHOTO CREDIT: Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=427418
With a heatwave hitting the planet, some news outlets are speculating that the weather event is due to human-induced climate change. Scientist and engineer Tony Heller explains that, in fact, U.S. summers have been getting much cooler over the past 80 to 90 years.
2017 seemed like a year full of bad weather news. But a deeper look at the global data suggests that attempts to link the last year’s extreme weather to climate change are misleading.
The claim by environmentalists that humans are destroying the planet is rooted in the Catholic doctrine of original sin. According to environmentalists, literally from the moment humans are born, they start destroying the planet Earth just for bending nature to preserve and even enhance their lives. Environmentalists take it upon themselves to act as clergy…