How We Know That Climate Change Is Real And Dangerous

  • Jeff Masters said that a typhoon was the biggest ever
  • Jeff Masters said last year that a hurricane was the biggest ever
  • John Cook says that 97% of scientists believe climate change will kill us all

Time to end the denial. A couple of bloggers have made up some spectacular nonsense, and that is all the evidence we need to give up our money and freedom.

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8 Responses to How We Know That Climate Change Is Real And Dangerous

  1. tom0mason says:

    You may be interested in another searchable resource of newspaper articles. They are only British newspapers and only go from 1700 to 1999. As they say “Search millions of articles by keyword, name, location, date or title and watch your results appear in an instant.”

  2. Ivan says:

    We were warned! We didn’t listen!
    Scientists warn of intelligence decline.
    LONDON, Fri (AAP): Leading British scientists have warned the Royal Commission on population that 65.5 per cent of the British population will be of sub-standard intelligence by the year 2000 if present trends are not arrested.
    May 1950

  3. NikFromNYC says:

    The uber boring entrance to NASA GISS, ten minutes ago, on a rainy day:

  4. Bob Greene says:

    Climate change is real dangerous. Didn’t it kill off the dinosaurs? Where are all the mastodons? We could be in for really bad problems in the next couple hundred thousand years. It’s on my worry schedule: 3:01-3:05 PM, 12/6/2018. So many things to worry about, I need to organize and schedule them so they get the proper attention.

  5. NikFromNYC says:

    Today the NY Times puts soft porn on its cover to boost its tabloid status thanks to the global warming fraud handing its readers over to the Wall Street Journal, as MSNBC and CNN lost *half* their viewers this year!

    Skeptics, online and off, did that.

  6. Andy Oz says:

    As a keen fisherman, I’m alarmed and can vouch that this is 97% true. When I’ve rescued fish from drowning with my fishing rod, they just don’t make it. They are obviously too tired from all that missing heat “giving them curry”. I suggest skeptics try to rescue as many fish as they can.

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