Facebook let it slip.
Joe Biden, Gavin Newsom, Nancy Pelosi, and a host of politicians and media celebrities have been blaming devastating hurricanes and fires on climate change.
It’s just not true.
Scientists at places like NASA, NOAA, the U.K. Met Office, and the UN IPCC agree that any meaningful weather impacts from global warming are warnings for the future, not driving the present.
Team warming pressured Facebook to push their message on its platform and Mark Zuckerberg relented.
Zuckerberg just launched a new Facebook “Climate Science Information Center” that is pushing the climate narrative directly into subscriber’s news feeds.
You’ve probably already seen the first installment.
It reads, “did you know that droughts, storms, and extreme weather are increasingly likely with a temperature rise above 1.5°C?”
Just how “likely” is a subject for scientific debate, but the fact that the world’s scientific organizations charged with keeping temperature records all agree that the Earth has not warmed “above 1.5°C” is not.
Thanks, Facebook, for the reveal!
NASA reports that “according to an ongoing temperature analysis conducted by scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), the average global temperature on Earth has increased by a little more than 1° Celsius (2° Fahrenheit) since 1880.”
1880! Half a century before atmospheric CO2 concentrations had even risen significantly!
That’s from NASA’s GISS which is led by the other Gavin, Gavin Schmidt, who is a dyed in the wool warmist himself.
Schmidt has pushed GISS so deeply into the warming campaign that a dramatically large group of NASA’s space pioneers, including Apollo Astronauts, felt compelled to write NASA and demand America’s space agency knock off the propaganda and get back to exploring space. Read the letter and see who signed it. It’s a “who’s who” of heroes in space.
As Facebook revealed, the Earth has not warmed enough to be what causes today’s hurricane’s in the Gulf, or fires in the West.
Biden, Newsom, Pelosi, and the rest are scientifically flat out wrong.
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