In this Friday the 13th episode of Climate Change Roundtable, we slice and dice the worst of the worst climate claims by delving into the dark world of the “Exxon Knew” zealots, who recently produced a peer reviewed paper which is almost sure to backfire on them.
Plus, we roll through “Climate Fact Check 2022” where the media made laughable claims about climate change, only to have reality and nature provide the ultimate smack-down.
Finally, proving that climate policy lives in the realm of the undead, even though it’s been previously killed, we discuss Waters Of The United States (WOTUS), a draconian control monster that the Biden administration has resurrected from the grave.
Join host Anthony Watts, Sterling Burnett, Linnea Luken and special guest Steve Milloy of junkscience.com as we factually impale these worst of the worst climate monsters.
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I long for the days when I could just enjoy the intellectual pursuit of scientific knowledge; or a good old fashioned spirited evidence/logical based debate on on a scientific or engineering topic. I tried to be really cautious and make sure I was not suffering from confirmation bias . But it is overwhelmingly clear to me now that we are in the leading edge of a world wide coup led my socialist wack jobs. Only question now is how to stop it.
Eventually plebs will revolt against the green induced direct/indirect taxation. Vive la révolution !
Sadly, not in my lifetime, mate
That “Climate Realism channel” should have millions of subscribers.
Humans are NOT causing climate change. The current trends are now identical to what they were 399k years ago.
Solar intensity increasing over the northern hemisphere.Accelerating warming of the northern oceans, mostly in summer, and northern land temperature increasing most in winter.Ice beginning to accumulate again on the high latitude islands; notable Iceland and Greenland.Extent of annual snow cover trending upward.High southern latitudes now in a cooling trend that will extent to all southern latitudes in due course.
One certainty is that new snowfall records will be a feature of climate reporting for the next 10,000 years.
It is interesting to see how many municipalities across North America are exceeding snow removal budgets. Also how fines for non removal are increasing.
But not until the year 2525, if man is still alive.
The more credits you need, the higher the price per credit
Those with private planes, private yachts, and large houses, do a lot of travel, etc., will pay for lots of credits
It remains extremely cold in Siberia. There was just recorded -62.4 °C in Tongulakh, new all-time low at this station. Moreover, it is the coldest temperature in Siberia since 2002.