Many are already skeptical of so-called global warming, which was conveniently renamed to global climate change when reality did not match their expectations.
Yet it is continuously pushed by leftist media and politicians, particularly in the form of doomsday predictions made by Bill Nye the Fake Science Guy, Al Gore and others targeting “deniers” as veritable eco-terrorists for their using and supporting the use of coal and natural gas.
These alarmists will frequently tell deniers that “97 percent of the scientific community agrees” about climate change, and to doubt such an an overwhelming agreement is akin to doubting the existence of gravity.
The “97 percent” figure is often quoted as a way to silence dissent, alleging that not wanting to dump trillions of tax dollars into green-energy programs is equivalent to believing in geocentrism or the flat earth theory.
Even as no evidence of massive global warning is found the terminology used changes to “climate change” and “man-made environmental disruption” (interestingly, no time is taken to reprimand major polluters in China, India, Pakistan, or parts of the third world for the massive pollution and environmental damage they cause on a daily basis).
President Donald Trump was vociferously targeted for his decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord, with some saying he was ushering in the apocalypse by not giving more taxpayer money to third-world shit holes.
Now, experts have found hard data that validates the theories put forward by global warming skeptics. As The Telegraph reports:
“Climate change poses less of an immediate threat to the planet than previously thought because scientists got their modelling wrong, a new study has found. New research by British scientists reveals the world is being polluted and warming up less quickly than 10-year-old forecasts predicted, giving countries more time to get a grip on their carbon output.
An unexpected ‘revolution’ in affordable renewable energy has also contributed to the more positive outlook.
Experts now say there is a two-in-three chance of keeping global temperatures within 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels, the ultimate goal of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
They also condemned the “overreaction” to the US’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, announced by Donald Trump in June, saying it is unlikely to make a significant difference.
Ah, those pesky deniers!
It might be hard for the media to inflict their usual narrative of overall-clad backwoods redneck science deniers on the scientists in question, given they that they are highly respected Englishmen, and some are distinguished graduates of Oxford University.
“According to the models used to draw up the agreement, the world ought now to be 1.3 degrees above the mid-19th-Century average, whereas the most recent observations suggest it is actually between 0.9 to 1 degree above.
The discrepancy means nations could continue emitting carbon dioxide at the current rate for another 20 years before the target was breached, instead of the three to five predicted by the previous model.
‘When you are talking about a budget of 1.5 degrees, then a 0.3 degree difference is a big deal,’ said Professor Myles Allen, of Oxford University and one of the authors of the new study.”
So basically, the global warming prophets were wrong.
It remains doubtful that these new findings will be found on the CNN nightly news or within the pages of the New York Times, as those news agencies are far more concerned with the pressing issues of Trump retweeting memes and muh Russian collusion.
But to those agnostics among us, those who are still unsure what to make of the supposed climate change crisis, this new data may just be the ticket that gets them to reject the mainstream narrative once and for all.