'Has the climate propaganda reached a point where radical climatism is leading us into dangerous negligence?
The severe winter in the northern hemisphere has been widely recorded. However, key climate information providers have altered data. The result — intended or not — has been to make the recent record lows of the winter appear normal.
November 2017 marked the onset of a very cold winter across the Northern Hemisphere. Many parts of North America and Eurasia registered record lows, breaking even 80-year records.
Below-average temperatures continued well into February, breaking records in Japan and Europe. In fact, Europe is about to experience a deep freeze due to changes in local weather patterns.
This has been accompanied by a massive drop in atmospheric temperatures across the tropics, caused by the La Niña (cooling of the tropical Pacific, which in turn cools air that circulates globally) that developed towards the end of 2017.
January of this year recorded the third highest temperature drop in the 470-month satellite record. La Niña will likely draw global temperature back down from the brief record high of late 2015 to early 2017 driven by an unusually strong El Niño.
However, the public has been misinformed because of changes to key temperature data by climate information disseminators like America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The result — again, intended or not — has been the appearance of an exaggerated warming trend.'
Read more: FINALLY! Climate Propaganda May Be Reaching A Tipping Point
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