Barry Brill, Summarised by Centrist
In A climate crisis? Or just weather? Barry Brill says “Weather” and “climate” are as different as chalk and cheese, but the media incessantly conflate the two.
He explains several interesting facts that, put together, cast doubt on the climate change narrative.
For example, the UN’s IPCC (the “gold standard”) reported officially in 2021 that no change has been observed in global extreme weather events.
The IPCC further reported that the only change over the next several decades that is expected is that heat records will be broken in mid-latitude areas.
Neither moisture in the atmosphere (global humidity) nor tropical sea-surface temperatures has increased in the past 50 years.
Not a single heat record has been set this century in the United States.
Cold weather kills 20 times as many people as hot weather.
Over the past 100 years, global climate-related deaths have fallen by 96%. Totals have fallen further in each of the last three years.
The attempt to use computer models to link the ‘probability’ of an individual weather event with global GMST rise is illusory and flawed.
Feature image by Tore Khan