I have received messages that you like to see the other side of the climate debate. I run a risk of getting throttled by the big email companies or sent straight to spam so I hope this gets through and that you enjoy a break from being bashed over the head with the “boiling earth’ hysteria.
Judith Curry is a rockstar in the alternate climate theory world. Naturally, she is silenced and cancelled regularly. But for decades she was a heroine. She tied natural hurricane events to global warming. The climate alarmists were ecstatic – here was a way to tie weather to climate. Then some more data came in and she looked at the science and changed her mind. Guess what happened to her popularity in AGW circles?
Since becoming a pariah she has continued to speak sense to power – arguing every point against the doomsayers and the unelected bureaucrats of the United Nations and its allies who are using the cover of protecting the planet to seize power, depopulate, stifle agriculture, herd us into cities, and allocate travel and property privileges to the elites. Always look out for her work.
Not a single prediction correct this summer
Not a single 'climate scientist' predicted anything that has happened so far this summer:— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) August 9, 2023
1. Not the cool winter and spring, the North Atlantic warming, not a single heat wave, not the warmest July, not anything.
2. The predicted above-normal hurricane season has so far not…
More ice with that?
No change in the Antarctic can be linked with emissions:— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) August 9, 2023
1. There has been no warming of the continent in 70 years.
2. Sea ice volume is the same as 1981. There is no long-term trend in sea ice extent.
3. The July Antarctic heat wave (responsible for 'hottest July' claim) is…
This animation shows how much more Antarctic sea ice there is now than January 1976. The hysterics claiming "Antarctic sea ice melting" are patently absurd #ClimateScam propaganda. https://t.co/j5YGnxIrDJ pic.twitter.com/L9GLw0tR4W— Tony Heller (@TonyClimate) August 9, 2023
The tragedy of Maui
Officials are unsure what started the ongoing blazes in Maui that have killed six people, forced hundreds of evacuations, torched structures, left thousands without power and prompted some locals to bolt into the ocean to escape marauding flames. But some experts said they suspect human development on the island is at least partly to blame for the destruction.
Wildfires have quadrupled in Hawaii in recent decades, and many scientists say the culprit is unmanaged, nonnative grasslands planted by plantations and ranchers and others unfamiliar with the island’s native ecosystems. The grass is dry and prone to fires. USAToday
Highly informative article on Maui wildfires 🔥 non-native grasses covering the islands, more than 1 Million acres, provide fuel during dry weather conditions.— Ryan Maue (@RyanMaue) August 10, 2023
'It would be misleading to simply blame weather and climate for the blazes.'
Can you say ‘censorship’?
Speaking on a WEF panel, head of the UN's Department of Global Communications, Melissa Fleming, admits to collaborating with Google to censor search results that challenge the #ClimateScam narrative.— Wide Awake Media (@wideawake_media) August 5, 2023
"We own the science, and we think that the world should know it."