WoW! Climate Debate Game Changer!— Jim Steele (@JimSteeleSkepti) October 10, 2023
Norway’s official government bureau of statistics, Statistics Norway, just released an official paper declaring what skeptical scientists have long been reporting,
“that standard climate models are rejected by time series data on global… pic.twitter.com/xADBo0wP9y
Just in from NOAA:— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) October 12, 2023
US temp anomalies from Jan. 2005 thru Sep. 2023.
No warming (actually cooling) in the US since Jan. 2005, despite 44% more industrial era CO2.
If every emission warms the planet, where's the warming?
It's a hoax, folks.https://t.co/uS4MdSB9zS pic.twitter.com/B8iDy8YqA5
#ClimateScam— ghazibousselmi (@ghazibousselmi1) September 3, 2023
CO2 does not induce temperature change
It is the other way around: the temperature rises (or falls), then 800 years later, CO2 in the atmosphere increases (or decreases)
The fundamental assumption of global warming is proven to be wrong
Full video: https://t.co/LNVBCeTXGT pic.twitter.com/KyuzgPjFqD
“This is the greatest scientific and financial scam that we’ve ever been fed.”— Wide Awake Media (@wideawake_media) October 8, 2023
Geologist, Professor Ian Plimer, blows the “human-induced climate change” narrative completely out of the water, in just two minutes:
“We are being fed an enormous load of rubbish… If you look… pic.twitter.com/IyL8DRgBJJ
Greenland ice sheet adds only 1.2 cm (0.5 inches) to sea level since 1992.— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) October 10, 2023
Recall EPA had predicted in 1986 that Florida would be 61 cm (24 inches) under water by 2020. https://t.co/PZfu59l8MU
Climate is all about scaring stupid people into submission.https://t.co/CZOBd2q8lR pic.twitter.com/wtUz9plwA6
GOOD: Serious scientists now admit that the UN’s highest global warming scenario is almost certain to NOT happen.— John Stossel (@JohnStossel) October 3, 2023
Instead, models show less warming by 2100.
The media have mostly ignored that, but you can hear about it in my full interview with climate scientist @CurryJA: pic.twitter.com/Txfk2lZ1WQ