Saturday, January 11, 2020

Energy & Environmental Newsletter - Australian Fires

John Droz, Jr., Physicist & Citizen Advocate

One of the top stories globally has been the horrifically bad bushfires in Australia. Unfortunately the mainstream media has latched onto that as another "proof" that the world has been infected with "global warming" (e.g. here and here).   What this really proves instead is that what seems to be intuitive is often not true. Below are some sample reports and articles that undermine the climate change connection claims:
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