5 thoughts on “The 7 Most Interesting Climate Findings of the Year”

  1. My most interesting finding this year was the reason why scientists in my field of study (geo-, cosmo-, nuclear, solar and space physics): Unreported events at Konan, Korea in AUG-SEPT 1945 changed the course of world history and led world leaders to unite nations on 24 OCT 1945!


    World leaders are desperately trying to complete the unification of nations under the UN, a one-world government before the public learns about the unreported events that triggered this decision.

  2. Words used by the “settled science” crowd:
    could be
    might be
    may be
    believed to
    expected to
    suggests that
    models indicate
    (and many more)

    Imagine using these words to argue a case in court. It would never be allowed, but they ARE used, and used successfully, to promote new laws and regulations including new fees and taxes! Truth and accuracy do not matter in politics and climate change.

  3. any time I see “could”, “might”, “indicated”, “should”, and words like these in a science article I know it’s pure BS made up from fictional mental aberrations of the writer.

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