IPCC and Sceptics Agree: Climate Change Is Not Causing Extreme Weather

“…nowadays almost anything unusual can be labelled extreme weather by alarmists, creating headlines but no understanding of the climate.”

Nuff said.

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Climate theory used to hold that there was a link between the amount of extreme weather and the equator-pole temperature gradient, meaning that warming poles should mean less of it, not more. But nowadays almost anything unusual can be labelled extreme weather by alarmists, creating headlines but no understanding of the climate.
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A new Global Warming Policy Foundation report from retired physicist Ralph Alexander, Ph.D. (Oxford University) supports the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s conclusion there is limited scientific evidence linking human-caused climate change to increases in extreme weather, says H.Sterling Burnett.

Alexander’s conclusions are also confirmed by recent documents produced by Heartland Institute Senior Fellow and meteorologist Anthony Watts on the Climate at a Glance website.

Alexander’s paper begins by remarking, “The purported link between extreme weather and global warming has captured the public imagination and attention of the mainstream media far more than any…

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2 Comments on “IPCC and Sceptics Agree: Climate Change Is Not Causing Extreme Weather”

  1. […] IPCC and Sceptics Agree: Climate Change Is Not Causing Extreme Weather — Climatism […]

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  2. Brian W. Allan says:

    Ah, what is the media and Greta going to do now!? The world isn’t ending. But I’m sure the eco-terrorist don’t believe anything not on their socialist agenda

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