'World Scientists’ Issue A 'Warning of a Climate Emergency'
Statistician William Matt Briggs responds: "Emergency, as a word, has no place in scientific discourse. And neither does code red, a term used in the article’s opening sentences...But this paper will be taken as science, especially by those rulers who have 'solutions' to sell."
Marc Morano comment: "As I wrote in my book, The Great Reset, the public health bureaucracy and the 'climate community' have become political lobbying organizations, and they are using 'The Science' to support their preferred policies—policies that dovetail with the Great Reset and advance the power of the administrative state. The UN now joins Anthony 'I am The Science' Fauci in claiming ownership of science. Global organizations and bureaucrats who push authoritarian 'solutions' need to 'own the science; because they want to own us."
There’s no statistical or physical reason to produce a chart or data analysis of only Atlantic hurricanes starting in 1970 or 1980. We have data records going back to the 19th century, with reasonable reliability back to 1945, especially with landfalls.
NOAA: "There is no strong evidence of century scale increasing trends in: U.S. landfalling hurricanes, frequency of hurricanes or major hurricanes, or the proportion of hurricanes that reach major hurricane intensity."
NPR's SVP of News and Editorial Director Nancy Barnes: "No story touches as many people as climate change. Heat waves, mega-droughts and unprecedented floods are all becoming more intense and frequent. Climate related weather disasters are upending the way people live from China to California, from Pakistan to Florida. These extreme events have caused a global food crisis, the rise of new diseases and the displacement of millions of people," added Kissack. "With the NPR newsroom and Member stations, we'll strive to do stories that shape the national conversation on climate change." ... NPR's climate expansion has also been made possible by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, whose funding is helping NPR to add a new Climate Solutions reporter, as well as The Rockefeller Foundation, whose support will allow for more local and regional reporting on how climate change affects the most vulnerable populations.
Morano: "NPR will now have no reason to practice journalism when it comes to coverage of 'climate change' as their reporters will be funded by Facebook and Rockefeller. You can bet that NPR's paid press releases on behalf of climate activists will violate every basic tenant of journalism and instead be only be the approved messaging of their paymasters."
Tony Heller: "The Biden Administration claims July was third hottest on record in the US. This claim has no basis in reality, and is what happens when there are no checks and balances to protect the public from intentional misinformation from government sources."
Climate activists don't like seeing heatwaves in the 1930s hotter by far than any heatwaves today according to Biden's EPA. So a concerted effort is being made led by Prof. Andrew Dessler, to revise the inconvenient data & cool the past compared to today's temps. The climate campaigners erased the Medieval Warm Period previously and they erased the temperature pause.
The ban is ultimately at the behest of the European Union, which is pushing to reduce the amount of nitrogen in certain parts of Europe as part of its green agenda. The policy has already wreaked havoc in the Netherlands, with the Dutch government now looking to either buy out or forcibly close up to 3,000 farms to meet targets set by Brussels. ...
Political commentator Eva Vlaardingerbroek told Breitbart. “Despite all of the protest and (inter)national backlash, they’re pushing through with what I think are criminal policies.” “Our government doesn’t cater to the wishes of its own citizens, it caters to globalist institutions whose interest it is to control the food supply, so they can control us,” she continued. “It’s the great reset in full force.”
WaPo: Sanghani-Jorgensen is not alone. She joins a generation of people living in the U.S. and other rich countries preoccupied with how having children may worsen the world’s rapid warming. ... According to a 2021 Pew Research Center survey of childless adults, 5 percent of those who cited a specific reason for not having children said it was because of “climate change/the environment.” ...
A 2017 literature review by two sustainability scientists, who calculated that opting out of having a child would reduce emissions by approximately 60 metric tons per year, an amount that positively dwarfed the other possible actions (living car free: 2.4 tons of emissions avoided; skipping one transatlantic flight: 1.6 tons). ...
Many people, perhaps, would choose not to have children if they knew with certainty that extinction-level warming were right around the corner. On the flip side, more people might choose to have children if they knew with certainty that countries would rally to end greenhouse gas emissions and create a more sustainable society.