Watch: Morano on TV on new dire studies leading up to UN Summit: ‘Its political lobbying disguised as science’
Morano excerpts: “United Nations climate scientists have admitted that the models used to make these predictions of 50 to 100 years don’t account for half the variability in nature, in other words the scientists can juice or tune the models to pretty much say anything they want to. The current climate reality is failing to alarm, it’s not alarming — according to satellite data we’re at 18 and a half years without any change in global temperature.
In others words, global temperatures have been at a standstill. How do you make that sound scary? You make a bunch of scary predictions about a hundred years from now and you say ‘Hey it’s worse than we thought’ – You respond: ‘What’s worse? Global temperatures haven’t gone up’ and the climate activists answer is ‘The predictions of the future are now much worse than they were a few years ago.”
Morano on new modeling study claiming: Climate Change Will Make the Persian Gulf ‘Uninhabitable’
“This is just lobbying by science and press release all leading up to this big UN climate summit coming in December.
That’s all this study is that’s all it’s meant to do is scare people. It actually says in the study that without action to prevent climate change — What is the action? Carbon taxes, regulations, UN treaties, EPA regulations — its political lobbying disguised as science.”
Warmist frets over media alarmism! No, Climate Change Won’t Make the Persian Gulf ‘Uninhabitable’ – ‘The research predicts that the threshold may be exceeded, perhaps once a decade or so, by about 2100 in places like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and along parts of the Iranian coast. So we are talking about very, very hot temperatures, yes—but not on a sustained basis.’ – ‘It’s incredibly harmful when good research like this gets transformed into apocalyptic headlines. Climate change is bad enough—there’s no reason to exaggerate what we know about it…Journalism that exaggerates climate change does so at the risk of being counterproductive, and we just can’t afford any more setbacks at this point—we’ve already waited long enough for effective climate change action.’