Some ‘Inconvenient Truths’ for ‘Global Warming’ Addressed In: ‘The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change’

Written by Andrew Linn on March 12, 2018

Another Politically Incorrect Guide is now out in bookstores, and this time it is the Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change by Marc Morano. In his book, Morano discusses how some people believe climate change is manmade and how they try to introduce more regulations and thus less freedom. In addition, Morano points out the following:

• The 97% scientific consensus on climate change (i.e. scientists who believe it is manmade) was pulled from thin air.
• An analysis found that more than 250 scientific papers about global cooling were published from the 1960s to the 1980s.
• Scientists who now warn of global warming previously warned of global cooling.
• Science groups that are nearly 100% percent dependent on government funding endorse the consensus.
• Numerous scientific organizations have signed on to the consensus without ever polling their membership.
• Ice ages have occurred when carbon dioxide levels were up to ten times as high as they are today.
• Rising temperatures precede rising CO2 levels in ice core data.
• The polar bear population has increased to the point that climate change advocates no longer use them as poster images.
• Sea levels have not risen for over a century.
• The ice in Antarctica is actually increasing.
• A 1990 UN climate report showed a Medieval Warm Period which was warmer than the Twentieth Century.
• Reputable scientists have called the hockey stick graph exaggerated and an embarrassment.
• The “hottest year” claims for 2005, 2010, 2015, and 2016 were based on statistically meaningless year-to-year differences that were within the margin of error.
• Global warming has seen a slowdown or pause since 1998.
• Tampering with the temperature record has been so widespread that the current climate the Earth is experiencing has been jokingly referred to as the “Adjustocene” Era.
• In recent decades, climate models predicted much more warming than has actually occurred. However, some scientists have begun referring to climate model predictions as evidence and data.
• The smear campaign against climate change skeptics has actually inspired numerous scientists to re-evaluate the evidence and become skeptics themselves.
• Leading UN (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) IPCC scientists were caught manipulating the peer review process to create a consensus.
• Penn State’s investigation into Michael Mann’s Climategate emails asked Mann to supply the evidence against himself.
• In 2000, a senior research scientist at the University of East Anglia told people that their children would not know what snow is (due to global warming). Ten years later, an environmentalist declared, “That snow outside is what global warming looks like.”
• The number of landfalls by major hurricanes in the United States have actually declined over the past 140 years.
• Instances of F3 or larger tornadoes have declined since the 1970s.
• Droughts and floods are not at historically high levels.
• In 2009, Prince Charles claimed that the people of the Earth had only eight years to stop global warming.
• In the 1980s, the UN claimed that entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels by the year 2000 if nothing was done about global warming.
• A top UN IPCC official said the purpose of climate policy is to redistribute the world’s wealth.
• The EPA has admitted that its regulations will have no effect on global CO2 levels, let alone global temperatures.
• Global warming promoters receive 3,500 times more money than skeptics do.
• $1 billion worldwide is spent each day in order to prevent climate change.
• Al Gore received millions of dollars in Qatari oil money for his Current TV network, while his house uses twenty times more energy than the average American home.
• A Greenpeace executive had commuted 250 miles to work via plane.
• Producer James Cameron flew to South America to protest a dam that would bring electricity to poor people in Brazil.
• A British judge ruled that schools must warn their students about the scientific inaccuracies in An Inconvenient Truth.
• Al Gore (who has four children) says Africans should have less children due to climate change.
• One environmentalist stated that people worldwide should “protect our kids by not having them.”
• After climate skeptics have defeated laws and international treaties designed to combat global warming, the Obama Administration bypassed Congress and implemented its own policies.
• Global warming is not a top concern for 90% of Americans.
• Electricity raised the life expectancy in China from 59 to 75.
• One in three Africans still don’t have electricity.
• Climate policies deny life-saving technology to the world’s poor.
• During the Obama Administration, the EPA’s Clean Power Plan would have only reduced the temperature by 0.023 degrees Fahrenheit by the end of the century.
• The Trump Administration is keeping its promises on climate policy.
• Al Gore’s embrace of state action on climate change proves that international treaties are not necessary.
So be sure to check out Morano’s book.

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Andrew Linn
Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to and Right Impulse Media.