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.
The press warns us every day that we are having a climate crisis. And they should know, because they have been warning us about an imminent climate crisis for almost a century.
England had a hot day on July 25, which climate scientists immediately declared to be the new normal. However, as Tony Heller points out, England’s summer averaged five degrees cooler than the summer of 1976, during the ice age scare.
Headlines all over the world are pronouncing that July was the hottest on record. In this video, Tony Heller shows that the claims are nothing but propaganda, and are based on fake data and junk science.
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.
At least in the lower 48 states. RONALD BAILEY | 7.19.2019, Reason Americans east of the Rockies are sweltering as daytime temperatures soar toward 100 degrees or more. It is now customary for journalists covering big weather events to speculate on how man-made climate change may be affecting them, and the current heat wave is…