2018 was the year that climate change scare stories all fell apart… see the list of debunked climate hoaxes

Thursday, January 10, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Thursday, January 10, 2019

Climate change fanatics are constantly railing on about how “climate deniers” refuse to acknowledge some ever-elusive consortium of sound climate science. But if the many climate narrative debacles that occurred in 2018 are any indication, it’s actually the global warming hysterics who’ve buried their heads in pseudoscientific denialism concerning the state of our planet.

The following 12 examples of climate change failure illustrate once again that the theory of man-made climate change is a total hoax steeped in agenda-driven fraud and Leftist wishful thinking:

No, Earth won’t experience a four or five degree Celsius temperature increase by the year 2100

Back in January, a paper published in the journal Nature exposed United Nations (UN) climate change predictions about massive increases in global temperature as absolute bunk. A revised set of calculations found that the UN’s worst-case scenario temperature increases of four or five degrees Celsius will not be happening any time soon.

Pacific nation that climate fanatics claim is “sinking” is actually growing

Contrary to what you might have heard, the island nation of Tuvalu out in the Pacific Ocean isn’t shrinking in size due to global warming. In fact, it was revealed back in February that Tuvalu is actually growing in size – this, despite the fact that sea levels around the island have been rising at twice the global average.

No, hurricanes aren’t getting stronger because of “global warming”

Back in March, BBC News tried to claim that the recent uptick in strong hurricanes is the result of a “warmer world.” As usual, this claim turned out to be false, and the fake news outlet eventually retracted these ridiculous claims.

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