Tony Heller exposes yet more global warming fraud. He also comments on that starving polar bear.
As to that starving polar bear, I flew over Baffin Bay on Saturday (9 Dec 17), where sea ice is slightly above normal, says Tony. Whatever made this polar bear too weak to hunt has nothing to do with global warming or sea ice.
Leaving polar bears aside, in this video Tony attacks a new article entitled “Global warming may harm children for life.”
Citing U.N. sources, the article claims that by 2070 the number of days with the mean temperature above 32°C will rise from one per year right now, to 43 days per year.
“There’s so many things wrong with this claim that it’s difficult to begin.” says Tony.
To begin with, 32°C is 90°F.
A day with a 90°F mean temperature is extremely hot. An example would be a day with daytime temperatures above 100°F, and nighttime temperatures above 80°F. There are very few places in the U.S. where this could even happen, says Tony.
Especially when you realize that the trend for days when the temperature has exceeded 90°F have been declining – declining! – for the past century, since 1917.
This phony narrative is also being pushed by Stanford and M.I.T., formerly respectable institutions, says Tony.
Thanks to Stephen Bird for this video