Experts say that the west is having the worst drought in 1,200 years. Tony Heller disagrees.
This is an excerpt of a lecture conducted by Bjorn Lomborg about climate change last month at a conference hosted the Center for Independent Studies in Australia. In his talk, Lomborg discusses the climate change scare and presents the facts that the effects are largely exaggerated. You can watch the entire lecture here.
Tony Heller posits that if no one owned a TV and more people spent time outside, there would be no climate hysteria.
Someone named Mallen Baker decided to take a swipe at Tony Heller on YouTube. He wasn’t planning on making a second video today, but it only took about half an hour to respond to Mallen’s misdirection. By Sreyasvalsan – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=72643085
Whenever a newspaper article starts with the words scientists say – it is normally safe to assume you are about to read a bunch of complete nonsense.
A discussion of the consensus science surrounding global cooling, life on Mars, rejection of Continental Drift, and other delusions and the madness of crowds.
Climate journalism gets more and more ridiculous by the day. Reporters no longer make any attempt to be credible.