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Fess Up, Washington Post, Actual Data Doesn’t Show ‘Climate Change’ Made Hurricane Ida Worse By H. Sterling Burnett A story in the Washington Post, titled “How climate change helped make Hurricane Ida one of Louisiana’s worst,” with Hurricane Ida as its news hook, asserts human caused climate change is driving more intense hurricanes. This is false.  Data show tropical storms and hurricanes are neither more numerous nor more powerful […]

Morano: How many times do we have to save the planet? By Marc Morano We have been down this road — before. The Earth does not need saving from “climate change” because the UN Paris climate pact already saved it! Consider these statements. In 2015 Secretary of State John F. Kerry said after the accord was agreed: “This is a tremendous victory for all […]

Climate-related disaster deaths plunge: ‘The single most important climate chart in the world’ – Fossil fuels ‘taken a dangerous climate and made it safe’

This is the single most important climate chart in the world, showing what has happened to climate-related disaster deaths as humanity has used more fossil fuels. Fossil fuels haven't taken a safe climate and made it dangerous, they've taken a dangerous climate and made it safe. — Alex Epstein (@AlexEpstein) August 30, 2021 To […]

Analysis: Banning plastic cutlery won’t save the planet

The war on plastic cutlery is ridiculous. A handful of rivers in Asia pump the majority of plastic into the oceans, because of underdevelopment in those places. England banning plastic forks will do nothing to address this, writes @robspiked — spiked (@spikedonline) August 31, 2021   By ROB LYONS The war on plastic […]

New climate fear: Earthworms! ‘Climate scientists are worried’ earthworms ‘could potentially be contributing to climate change’ – ‘A surprisingly destructive force’ Invasive earthworms are remaking our forests, and climate scientists are worried Worms are radically changing our forests’ soils and depleting terrestrial carbon stocks By Maya Lach-Aidelbaum · CBC News For the past 300 years, a slow-motion invasion has been unfolding under our feet. Year by year, a plethora of invasive earthworms have been quietly […]