The people of Lousiana bayou country towns are no stranger to the conditions of their homelands. So it was with great curiosity that The New York Times published a story yesterday singling out the town of John Lafitte as being a warning about rising sea levels attributed to human-induced climate change. The story estimates people…
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.
Back in July of last year, New York magazine published a lengthy article that essentially is a piece geared to instill fear outlining a doomsday scenario. David Menzies of Rebel Media debunks the author’s climate-change fear mongering that resembles fiction more than the factual feature it pretends to be.
President Trump caused a furor over a tweet he put out about climate change referencing the Paris Climate agreement. Bjorn Lomborg was interviewed recently on the Fox Business Network to discuss the accord and how it would not have accomplished anything.
Linking hurricanes to climate change is not based on empirical science and threatens to misdirect policies.
Talk show host Steven Crowder sat down with climatologist and former NASA scientist Dr. Roy Spencer to discuss the possible correlations between 2017’s unprecedented hurricane season and climate change. Dr. Spencer has also authored a rebuttal to former Vice President Al Gore’s latest movie An Inconvenient Sequel.
Television talk show host Trevor Noah asked how many more hurricanes will it take for people to admit that human-caused climate change is real. The Washington Post also ran a headline saying: Irma and Harvey should kill any doubt that climate change is real. But that’s absurd. Journalist John Stossel points out why it is…