“U.S. climate has already changed, study finds, citing heat and floods.” — New York Times headline, May 7, 2014
Is it really getting hotter and should we be worried? “Global warming” is being blamed for every conceivable natural disaster, whether it involves severe cold in the Northeast this past winter or flooding in Miami. The New York Times has been running front-page stories about the terrible consequences of global warming, citing the latest federal government study that temperatures could rise an average 10 degrees by the end of this century.
However, average temperatures have shown little change in the past two decades. Hurricanes and tornadoes are at record lows… blizzards, droughts and floods are below past extremes… and polar sea ice has started to increase again.
Read more about why I’m skeptical of global warming hysterics at Eagle Daily Investor.