WashTimes: Abrupt climate-change reversal

The Washington Times editorializes:

The injection of politics into the global-warming hypothesis has made it difficult to know where facts end and falsehoods begin. While alarmists have been blaming their fellow man for every hurricane, tornado and other ill wind whipped up by Mother Nature, science is now concluding that the cause of these damaging storms has nothing to do with human activity.

The surprise absolution of human beings from the crime of triggering severe weather phenomena was handed down by none other than the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), leader of the campaign to sell the world on anthropogenic climate change. The IPCC’s Special Report on Extremes, released March 28, reads, “There is medium evidence and high agreement that long-term trends in normalized [property] losses have not been attributed to natural or anthropogenic climate change.” The breathtaking admission is a sign that objective science is reclaiming a leading role in the discussion…

Read the entire editorial.

4 thoughts on “WashTimes: Abrupt climate-change reversal”

  1. “The breathtaking admission is a sign that objective science is reclaiming a leading role in the discussion…”

    Yeah well, speaking of breath – don’t hold yours.

  2. Climatologist never claimed they were. Alarmist did. There is a big difference between the two. Few people understand the difference

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