Study: Global Warming Claims Cannot Be Trusted


A new study debunks recent claims of global warming and suggests none of it can really be trusted. 

Meteorologist Joseph D'Aleo co-authored the study along with statistician James Wallace and Cato Institute climate scientist Craig Idso.  They found that adjusted data by global warming alarmists differed greatly from the original data.

Bottom line is the Earth's temperature is not rising.

“We showed that for major cities, we showed it for the global data and we showed how to make it look like there's warming by adjusting past data,” says Dr. D'Aleo.

However, D'Aleo says years of indoctrination has made it difficult to change the minds of those who believe the Earth's temperature continues to rise due to man-made global warming.

“Twenty-three of the states had their all-time record highs in the 1930s, 38 before 1960, and we've had more record state lows, all-time lows since the 1940s than record highs,” he says.

Dr. Richard Lindzen, emeritus professor of meteorology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, points out the Earth's temperature fluctuated long before the industrial age.

“Over most of the history of life on Earth, CO2 levels have been many times higher than they are today, and life thrived,” he says.

The report concludes that claims of dramatic warming in recent years should be taken with a pinch of salt.

“In the realm of statistical significance, even with the adjustments, it remains true that the models have greatly over estimated the change in temperature,” says Lindzen who successfully urged the Trump administration to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord.


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