CLIMATE PREDICTION FAILURES
elected president instead of Donald Trump, there will be hell to pay — not just for you, but for the country you love,” he cautions.
Climate alarmists continue to make dire predictions about the fate of the world due to global warming and other factors. Such predictions, can prove meaningless, according to new research.
“Wrong again: 50 years of failed eco-polcalyptic predictions,” write Myron Ebell of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and Steven J. Milloy, a climate scholar.
“Modern doomsayers have been predicting climate and environmental disaster since the 1960s. They continue to do so today. None of the apocalyptic predictions with due dates as of today have come true,” the pair explain. “While such predictions have been and continue to be enthusiastically reported by a media eager for sensational headlines, the failures are typically not revisited.” Here are their favorite examples, and their sources: “Already too late: Dire famine forecast by 1975” (Los Angeles Times in 1967); “Everyone will disappear in a cloud of blue steam by 1989” (New York Times, in 1969); ”Scientists predicts a new ice age by 21st century” (The Boston Globe in 1970; “America subject to water rationing by 1974 and food rationing by 1980” (Redlands Daily Facts in 1970); “U.S. scientists sees new ice age coming” (Washington Post, in 1971);” Great peril to Life: Gas pares away Earth’s ozone” (United Press International in 1974). incidents by reporters, Mr. Trump ended the briefings in March.
“To be honest, the briefings had become a lot of theater, and I think that a lot of reporters were doing it to get famous. They’re writing books now. I mean, they’re all getting famous off of this presidency,” White House Press secretary Stephanie Grisham tells Fox News.
“I think it’s great what we’re doing now. I think that it’s so important that the spokesperson for the president can adequately speak to his policies and get his message out there. I think the president saw that it was not what was happening. It had become, again, theater. And the press was not being good to his people, and he doesn’t like that. He’s very loyal to his people, and he put a stop to it,” she told the network.