Remember when climate alarmists told us global warming was going to kill the U.S. corn crop? Never mind.

You may remember seeing scare stories like these in the media. Claim: Climate Change will Cause a Global Corn Crop Failure  Global Warming Will Cut Crop Yields – Assuming No Adaption Reality bites in two ways; 1. Actual data shows yield increases, and 2. New study says warming has actually helped corn yields. Research links…

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Remember when Al Gore and Katharine Hayhoe told us that a record snowfall in Erie, PA was proof of global warming? Never mind.

From Al Gore’s “climate reality project” article: A ‘PERFECT STORM’: EXTREME WINTER WEATHER, BITTER COLD, AND CLIMATE CHANGE Let’s start with the record five-plus feet of snowfall accumulation in Erie, Pennsylvania, in late December. Does this disprove global warming? “Exactly the opposite,” explains my colleague, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe of Texas Tech University. Global warming is leading to later freeze-up…

Remember when they told us coral bleaching was a sure result of recent man-made global warming? Never mind.

From the “science eventually self-corrects” department, new science showing coral bleaching of the Great Barrier Reef is a centuries-old problem, well before “climate change” became a buzzword and rising CO2 levels were blamed. Marc Hendrickx writes: New paper shows coral bleaching in GBR extending back 400+ years. [This] busts myths promulgated by alarmist Dr. Ove…

Environmentalist scare stories – Never mind!

Foreword: Environmental activists always claim they merely want better public policies, to save the Earth and its endangered species. Far too often, their real goal is acquiring more money and power – by misdiagnosing and misrepresenting, exaggerating and fabricating, ecological crises. It’s the road to the hell of badpublic policy. And it’s not always paved…

Remember when we were told that Capetown SA’s water crisis was due to climate change? Never mind.

Back on March 1st, 2018 we were told this: Cape Town’s water crisis shows the reality for cities on the front line of climate change Today, a scant few months later, thanks to NASA’s Earth Observatory, we hear: Cape Town’s Reservoirs Rebound After nearly running dry six months ago, Cape Town’s reservoirs have risen dramatically. Rain has poured down on southern…