There has been no measurable global warming for 18 years. The majority of polar bear populations are stable or growing; hurricane landfalls have been virtually nonexistent in the United States for a decade; cold temperature and snowfall records are being set daily (more than 2,600 cold temperature records were set or broken between February 19 and February 25 of this year alone); Antarctica is setting sea ice records in the middle of its summer; and in the Arctic, the much ballyhooed sea ice decline of the late 1990 and early 2000s has recovered over the past two years.
TweetTwo Apollo-era astronauts and two prominent former NASA scientists spoke at The Heartland Institute’s Seventh International Conference on Climate Change in Chicago last month. The four men were among 49[…]
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