Climate change website makes a shocking discovery

There are a handful of blogs I check daily, one of which is TreeHugger.com. It’s an environmentalist website that is completely onboard the climate change hoax, but that’s not why I read it. They frequently profile tiny homes, which fascinate me. Tiny homes. Big deal, right? I really do admire the creativity it takes to downsize your lifestyle to the point where you can be fully functional with 100-200 square feet of living space. I’d love to try it myself, but Mrs. Lefty would never hear of it.

But that’s not the purpose of this post.

A couple of days ago, I noticed an article on TreeHugger.com bearing the title, “Cold is deadlier than heat.” It’s a true statement, by the way. Cold weather kills far more people than hot weather. I don’t know if they thought this through or not, because such a premise makes the case that warmer is better.

Climate change hucksters frequently remind us that even small increases in earth’s temperature would have devastating consequences. If you’ve paid any attention at all to their dire predictions of worldwide cataclysm, you’d think they’ve been plagarizing the book of Revlation.

The earth’s climate has fluctuated dramatically over time. There have been periods when it’s been much colder than it is now, and periods when it’s been much warmer. So who’s to say the climate we’re in right now, in 2017, is the optimal climate? What if the earth warmed 3 or 4 degrees over the next 50 years? What would it mean? It would likely mean fewer overall fatalities due to heat and cold. It might also mean longer growing seasons, and more arable land. These are all good things.

At any rate, don’t believe the hype from global warming hucksters. Their aim is to scare you into falling for higher taxes, more government and loss of individual liberty. That’s the entire objective of the climate change hoax in the first place. That’s why it’s so funny when they accidentally back into the truth, because the truth tends to undermine their scheming.

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