The Climate Change Movement Faces Big Trouble Ahead

The prognostications of extreme weather, which alarmists matter-of-factly blame on anthropogenic climate change, have been increasingly discredited. Neither tornados nor hurricanes have been more frequent or intense since 1950 than they were in the half-century before—though we can’t know for sure because precise data on tornados and cyclones is too recent. Likewise, predictions of infectious diseases such as malaria spreading more widely have also been largely discounted in more recent IPCC reports, because vulnerability to infectious diseases correlates less with warm climates than with poverty and the poor public health conditions it entails, both of which risk being greatly exacerbated by strong decarbonization policies.

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