It is disappointing to note that POST believes that “climate change is a big deal” (Editorial, November 3-7). What really is a monumentally huge deal about the Glasgow UN COP26 meeting is its dark, unreported, obfuscated agenda that is neither science-based nor actually related to the environment. Climate change is a natural process as old
Like the Covid/vaccine narrative, the promoters of the climate change narrative are abusing science and ignoring history in their efforts to cajole people into accepting their demands to ban fossil fuels (The Mercury, February 28). If these activists perused a bit of history, they would find that violent thunderstorms and lightning are a natural occurrence
If there is a Pulitzer prize for conflated nonsense, then the worthy recipients of it would have to be Murray Leibrandt and Anda David of UCT for their article claiming that socio-economic inequality is hindering action on global warming (The Mercury, March 3). Their theory that global warming is man-made is wrong in two respects.
The most alarming aspect of the dissemination of the narrative on climate change, (The Mercury, June 17) is the extent to which it is unscientific and false. Typifying the narrative is the assertion by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that “the atlas of human suffering would continue to escalate with every fraction
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