OK, we need only one statistic to prove the Earth is not too hot for humans. Globally 10X as many people die from cold than heat. Even in Africa and Asia more die from cold than heat. Therefore the planet is not “too hot”. Case closed. QED (quod erat demonstrandum) “i.e. PROVEN. pic.twitter.com/zSituoUq35
— Patrick Moore (@EcoSenseNow) August 1, 2023
— Tony Heller (@TonyClimate) August 3, 2023
July 2023 was not the ‘hottest month on record’:
1. July 2023 was cooler than February 2016 and about as warm as April 1998, per NASA satellite data.
2. Given that July 2023 was skewed by an Antarctic heat wave, an event undetectable prior to satellites, no claims can be made…
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) August 2, 2023
Here’s the truth about the claim that July 2023 was the hottest month in 120,000 years.
There is no question that there were higher average temperatures in the 1930s.
Canada has the coldest annual average temperature of all the world’s countries.https://t.co/ATZC5OLrEf
— Patrick Moore (@EcoSenseNow) August 3, 2023
The @guardian said the Arctic would be ice-free by 2015 and there would be a “methane catastrophe.” There is more ice now than when they made that prediction. #ClimateScam https://t.co/OZDhrZ23aP pic.twitter.com/GfeX2sNwgD
— Tony Heller (@TonyClimate) August 1, 2023
1. U.S. total carbon emissions were at the same level in 2021 as in 1979.
2. Per capita emissions were at the same level as 1912.
3. Outsourcing of U.S. emissions to other countries is very small.
4. U.S. emissions are less than half of China’s. pic.twitter.com/otevHrm2Pd
— Noah Smith 🐇🇺🇸🇺🇦 (@Noahpinion) July 31, 2023
Inexplicably embarrassing for climate alarmism:
Temperature anomaly for the past 120 days in the US.
Not the hottest ever. pic.twitter.com/pmyCvbciwu
— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) August 4, 2023