According to a report, the global warming lobby and corporate media supporters tried very hard to pass off July 3 and 4 as the hottest days on record last week. Several news sites, including ABC, Axios, Bloomberg, and The New York Times, referenced the University of Maine’s Climate Reanalyzer computer model.
After being asked by AP News about the University of Maine report, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said that although NOAA is unable to verify the methods or results of the University of Maine evaluation, they acknowledge that we are in a warm phase due to global warming.
In light of NOAA’s dismissal of the model’s results as unreliable, environmental lawyer Steve Milloy tweeted that NOAA ran away from the ‘hottest day’ declaration.
Milloy had an opinion piece published in The Wall Street Journal last Friday saying not to believe the hottest day ever ruse.
According to Milloy, there is no satellite information from 125,000 years ago, so that’s a big hole in the new story. In his article, Milloy argued that it is unfair to compare modern temperature predictions to those made thousands of years ago.
Despite doubts about the model’s accuracy, Axios wrote that Earth experienced three hottest days ever. And Bloomberg claimed that the Planet Had Its hottest temperatures ever.
Reports show Industry leaders in the field of global warming have spent the better part of the past three decades jetting around worldwide in private airplanes while furiously spreading the gospel that the world would soon come to an end due to pollution from gasoline and diesel engines.
For example, in 2018, climate alarmist Greta Thunburg tweeted that some scientists claimed all of humanity would be wiped out unless we end our petroleum consumption over the coming five years.
Nothing has changed and and “fossil” fuels still rule.
In related climate-related news, it has been shown by post-mathematical research that human kidneys are appropriate high-sensitivity temperature monitors, much like the effect of cow farts on global temperatures. A system of thermometers across the world is unnecessary now that this one is integrated.