Frozen in Time
Jan 13, 2022
Are Climate Lockdowns Coming Because of a ‘Climate Emergency’? (No, It’s Not a Conspiracy Theory)

by Dale Hurd

In early December, the Washington Post reported that because of climate change, snow in the Mountain West “may vanish for years at a time.”

The headline did not age well.

Only days later it started to snow in the West.

And snow.

And snow.

An incredible photo on Twitter showed a towering wall of snow on Donner Summit in California around Christmas.

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Lake Tahoe got 18 feet of snow in December, an all-time record.

In Virginia, some motorists were stuck on I-95 for more than 24 hours after snow and ice made the road impassable.

A Long String of Failed Climate Change Predictions

Add the Washington Post headline to a long string of failed climate change predictions.  A now-deleted headline from the London Independent in 2000 predicting no more snow is more than 20 years old.

Climate experts now seem to have hedged their bets, saying global warming will both increase and decrease snowfall.

Weatherbell Meteorologist Joe Bastardi, the author of The Weaponization of Weather in the Phony Climate War, says more snow or less snow, it’s called a normal winter.here. It might be more snow in one place and less snow in another place, but then it balances out.”

“The weather is always going back and forth,” Bastardi said. “This is within the realm of what you can expect in the kind of winter we have

New Calls for ‘Climate Lockdowns; (And It’s Not a Conspiracy Theory)

But climate activists continue to insist that we face a worldwide climate emergency, and there has been more talk of the need for “climate lockdowns.”

Over the holidays, environmentalists staged what they called “Occupy Biden” - an 8-day protest outside Joe Biden’s Delaware home, demanding that he take action on the climate.

“Occupy Biden” Spokesman Ted Glick said, “We want Joe Biden to issue an executive order declaring a climate emergency. He’s already said it’s a code red emergency.”

Dozens of nations have declared climate emergencies, including the entire European Union.

And now, after accusing climate skeptics of inventing a conspiracy theory about future climate lockdowns, there has been increasing talk of instituting climate lockdowns, modeled after COVID lockdowns, and under what’s being called environmental authoritarianism, in which your right to drive a car, fly on a plane or own a big house could be suspended by the government in order to fight climate change.

Climate Lockdown: Less Driving, Flying, and Eating Meat

“Americans are going to have to deal with less,” warns Marc Morano, author of Green Fraud: Why the Green New Deal Is Even Worse Than You Think. “We’re gonna drive less, fly less, eat less meat. They’re already talking about sustainable housing and shutting down the suburbs.”

“This is the progressive vision of how you make people do with less in a climate emergency,} Morano says.

A recent article in the influential magazine Foreign Policy suggested Democracy may not be compatible with reaching climate goals.

The Weather Record Shows There is Not a Climate Problem

This climate extremism is all escalating even though the weather record shows there is not a serious problem with the climate. The Environmental Protection Agency’s own website says our air continues to get cleaner year after year. Statistics also show the number of wildfires is much lower than it was decades ago.

Theoretical Physicist Dr. Steven Koonin, former Undersecretary of Energy during the Obama Administration and author of Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn’t, and Why It Matters, says the weather record shows there is no climate emergency.

Heatwaves in the U.S. are now no more common than they were in 1900 and they haven’t gone up in 60 years,” Koonin said, “No global trends in drought or in floods. Greenland’s ice sheet isn’t melting any more rapidly now than it was 80 years ago. There’s no long-term trend in hurricanes over the last hundred years.”

But climate activists are advancing their agenda anyway, and new government regulations continue to punish and de-fund more reliable fossil fuel sources in favor of less reliable renewable energy sources.

Occupy Biden’s Glick said Joe Biden “should issue, have the federal agencies oppose any new fossil fuel infrastructure.”

Environmental expert Dr. Marlo Lewis at the Competitive Enterprise Institute says, “Basically this political movement has declared war on fossil fuels. And a lot of people have concluded in the industry, and also people who are investors, that this sector has no future.”

The Cost to ‘Stop Climate Change’? $1 Quadrillion

Rising energy prices this winter could be only the beginning. A recent study in the journal Nature found that meeting reduced carbon emission targets will cost more than $2 trillion annually - that’s more than $5,000 per American per year - with costs by the end of this century totaling $1 quadrillion dollars.

This piece originally appeared at CBN News and has been republished here with permission.

Lake Tahoe got 18 feet of snow in December, an all-time record.

In Virginia, some motorists were stuck on I-95 for more than 24 hours after snow and ice made the road impassable.

A Long String of Failed Climate Change Predictions

Add the Washington Post headline to a long string of failed climate change predictions.  A now-deleted headline from the London Independent in 2000 predicting no more snow is more than 20 years old.

Dozens of nations have declared climate emergencies, including the entire European Union.

And now, after accusing climate skeptics of inventing a conspiracy theory about future climate lockdowns, there has been increasing talk of instituting climate lockdowns, modeled after COVID lockdowns, and under what’s being called environmental authoritarianism, in which your right to drive a car, fly on a plane or own a big house could be suspended by the government in order to fight climate change.

Climate Lockdown: Less Driving, Flying, and Eating Meat

A recent article in the influential magazine Foreign Policy suggested Democracy may not be compatible with reaching climate goals.

But climate activists are advancing their agenda anyway, and new government regulations continue to punish and de-fund more reliable fossil fuel sources in favor of less reliable renewable energy sources.

Occupy Biden’’s Glick said Joe Biden “should issue, have the federal agencies oppose any new fossil fuel infrastructure.”

Environmental expert Dr. Marlo Lewis at the Competitive Enterprise Institute says, “Basically this political movement has declared war on fossil fuels. And a lot of people have concluded in the industry, and also people who are investors, that this sector has no future.”

The Cost to ‘Stop Climate Change’? $1 Quadrillion

Rising energy prices this winter could be only the beginning. A recent study in the journal Nature found that meeting reduced carbon emission targets will cost more than $2 trillion annually - that’s more than $5,000 per American per year - with costs by the end of this century totaling $1 quadrillion dollars.

This piece originally appeared at CBN News and has been republished here with permission.i

Jan 06, 2022
The Wayback Machine, a snow story

Joseph D’Aleo, CCM

I posted recently on my career long adventures in climate (here). Although it covered drivers for extremes and the observed cycles of relative warmth and coldness, my entry into the field and focus after was on winters and snow.

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My first memory was being lifted as an infant to the window to see the huge snow piles on the street in Brooklyn, NY. It was the suddenly snowy winters of the late 1950s and early 1960s 1960/61 that grabbed by attention. The winter of 1960/61 with three big storms including the Kennedy Inauguration and the crippling snow of early February that was the clincher. Snow was nearly waist high on the my street in Park Slope.

I attended the University of Wisconsin for Meteorology BS and MS degrees.  My Master’s Thesis though was focused on why coastal winter storms can explosively develop (bomb). We showed certainly dynamics were involved but diabatic processes (sensible and latent heat) as cold air over the warm water creates instability that creates strong convection when the lid due to subsidence in high pressure is removed. This process, by the way is similar to what happens in tornado season where storms explode as the cap (lid) is removed as cold fronts displace high pressure as they descend from the western mountains and also the trade wind inversion in the subtropics is removed with a strong easterly wave that allows convection on increase and organize.

I worked on my doctorate at NYU while I was weather producer for WCBS-TV and radio and the CBS network program Energy. I had only 1 memorable storm in my tenure there - the big ice storm of December 17, 1973. I was working a weekend forecasting for the radio and TV. I was one of the first to use the new tools available and saw that the cold air which delivered a some snow on Sunday, would hold at the surface in the city and to the north even as warm air aloft invaded. I predicted an ice storm. The TV producer barged into the weather office and challenged the ice forecast based on the radio NWS and other forecasters. I explained my reasoning but he changed the TV script. The radio stayed with the ice forecast. The producer took a leave of absence.

I stayed another year before moving north to help Merle Woodall build the met program at Lyndon State College. With efforts like the Winter Storm Conference (still going), AFROTC, summer internships, forecasting/radio and cable TV broadcasting programs, the program grew from 37 to 137 in 6 years. I left the program in 1980 though to join John Coleman in Chicago as Weather Producer for Good Morning America and year later as the first Director Meteorology at The Weather Channel. Many of my students joined me to help make that a huge success. I was there in the late 1970s when the worry of Global Cooling and the possibility of a developing Ice Age due to the natural cycles amplified by the ‘human volcano’ - particulate matter blocking. incoming solar radiation was at its peak and getting media coverage.

I left TWC to join WSI as Product Marketing Manager in 1989 where we built weather workstations, value-added products and an early internet service Intellicast. As Dr. Dewpoint, my focuses was in climate and weather attribution studies and statistical approaches for predicting winter weather and even a SNOW INDEX for seasonal snow forecasts for major northeast cities. When the dot com bubble burst, management panicked and shut down Intellicast operations.

I left WSI to be a partner in a hedge fund where we hit home runs for 3 years including the frigid northeast northeast January 2004, the hurricanes of 2005. In year 3, we were ranked 2nd of 167 plus hedge funds with less than 50 million under management. But again a hedge fund panic had us not reach contracted amount of $100 million in 4 years and disbanded. I returned to WSI as Dr. Dewpoint and ag forecaster and then joined Joe Bastardi at Weatherbell Analytics, who like me had spent much of his career trying to understand what was behind weather events and seasonal weather.

Since 2007, I started and built Icecap. We have had 10000 posts and 164 million page views.

With Intellicast and Icecap local visibility as Dr. Dewpoint, I became a fixture at the NWS Eastern Region and BHO Annual Winter weather Workshops where I presented my winter outlook and reasoning and even debated a Gore disciple - turned the audience around from 75% believers to 75% skeptical.

I did many interviews and was asked to challenge special reports about the disappearance of snow the media was quick to pounce on in every less snowy winter. I posted responses on
Icecap. Like this one.

Big winters usually had someone say that greenhouse warming was responsible for that too (all extremes become a non-falsifiable hypothesis).

The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) that is involved heavily in college programs, did a report on Mt Washington in the summer of 2007, saying global warming marked the end of the ski industry and would lead to the demise of the Maple Sugar Industry as Maple trees would pack their bags and headed to Canada.  That winter set all-time records for snow in northern New England. Ouch. But that doesn’t stop them as they come back as they did in 2015 as a warm El Nino approached. I assembled a team of a dozen real scientists and we responded here point by point.

I did many shows on cable here in NH and had a weekly newspaper column. I was asked finally to debate the UNH professor at the Science Technology and Energy Committee - an hour for each of us. The professor started by saying he was not a modeler but a data guy and spent his hour presenting DATA FROM THE CLIMATE MODELS. I responded by showing the real data that each claim was wrong. One of the members of the committee asking how I could explain snow disappearing from the Himalayas. My answer was that the claim was false. The Himalayas cover approximately 1,500 mi (2,400 km) and pass through the nations of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan and Nepal. 100 peaks are over 7,200m - 23,622 feet. I told her outside a few intense hurricane eyes, temperatures at 18,000 never rise over 32F. The snows are not at risk of melting there, here in NH and in the hemisphere.

BTW, the last decade was the snowiest for the hemisphere (fall and winter) and for the major cities of the east.

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Dec 28, 2021
Beware the Useful Idiots

Thanks to Gary in Fatherly Advice and Rants for the key points in Beware the Useful Idiots expounded on below:

Saul Alinsky died almost 50 years ago, but his writings influenced people on “The Left” with vast political control of our nation today. It has been advanced for decades in a subliminal way - COVID and the election of Biden and a radicalized democratic party has exposed the underground movement.

Hillary did her college thesis on Saul Alinsky’s writings and Obama has written about him in his books. 

Alinsky’s rules for radicals:

How to create a social state by Saul Alinsky:

There are eight levels of control that must be obtained before you are able to create a social state. The first is the most important.

1. Healthcare - Control healthcare and you control the people.

2. Poverty - Increase the Poverty level as high as possible; poor people are easier to control and will not fight back if you are providing everything for them to live.

3. Debt - Increase the debt to an unsustainable level. That way you are able to increase taxes, and this will produce more poverty.

4. Gun Control - Remove the ability to defend themselves from the government. That way you are able to create a police state.

5. Welfare - Take control of every aspect of their lives (Food, Housing, and Income).

6. Education - Take control of what people read and listen to - take control of what children learn in school.

7. Religion - Remove the belief in God from the government and schools.

8. Class Warfare - Divide the people into the wealthy and the poor. This will cause more discontent, and it will be easier to tax the wealthy with the support of the poor.

You should see that all eight of his ‘rules for radicals’ are currently in play in the media and social media. The greenhouse climate change hoax is being used to control the energy sources, which is with transport issuea is causing 40 year level inflation, shutting down many small businesses who had been successful because of a great work ethic and sacrifices of their founders over their entire lives. The leftist plan would eventually impoverish a large segment of the population, allowing the government to take control of every aspect of our lives. 

Alinsky merely simplified Vladimir Lenin’s original scheme for world conquest by communism, under Russian rule. Stalin described his converts as “Useful Idiots.”

Useful Idiots have destroyed every nation in which they have seized power and control. It is presently happening at an alarming rate in the U.S. “It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere.”

The book Rules for Radicals is a very informative read. You can find it in many places online for free, or CLICK HERE for a copy. It’s a short read but an important one. BTW, Alinsky dedicated the book to Lucifer as the “original radical” in his fight against God, and he is Alinsky’s hero.

We need to share these tactics just as the CRT was exposed by home remote classes for our COVID restricted students. You need to challenge politicians and media that are pushing this radical agenda. If we don’t, we won’t very soon have the country which not many months ago we felt so fortunate to be a part of, the land of the free and the brave.

Dec 16, 2021
The Deadly December Tornadoes

Joseph D’Aleo, CCM

Two major events have occurred as unusual south central early December warmth began to clash with advancing cold. Tornadoes were the big story on the 10th and winds and severe weather yesterday.

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Tornadoes are a global phenomenon but about 75% of them occur in the United States. The U.S. severe weather season typically starts in the late winter and spring when the combination of warmth and moisture from the Gulf of Mexico can be drawn north ahead of strong cold fronts coming out of the snow-covered mountainous west.  A strong thermal contrast enhances the winds and wind shear that spin up rising air in thunderstorms ahead of cold fronts into funnel clouds and tornadoes. The action then shifts west and north during the spring into the summer. Outbreaks late in the year are rarer but can happen when the Gulf is open for business as the pattern begins turning colder as we have seen the last week.

Tornado detection improved with the addition of Doppler radar (NEXRAD) that detects rotation in thunderstorms, trained spotter networks, storm chasers armed with cellular data and imagery as well as the proliferation of cell phone cameras and social media.

Tornado based on estimated winds and damage assessments are rated on a scale from EF0 (weak) to EF3 (Strong to EF5 (violent).

The media, many politicians, government agencies and institutions that have benefited from climate change policies and financial support that results, are quick to jump on the inevitable occasional extreme events as the “"new normal”. 

The reality is that tornadoes have seen a drop in frequency since the 1950s. The better detection shows up most in the weak EF0 tornado counts but for storms that strong to violent (EF 3+ intensity), the trend has been down (more than 50%) in the 50-year record despite improved detection.

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Meteorologist Chris Martz updated EF3+ through 2021 below.

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Greg Wrightstone of the CO2 Coalition shows in this story how strong tornadoes are not tracking with CO2.

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Population growth and expansion outside urban areas have exposed more people to the tornadoes that once roared through open fields. But awareness and early warnings have saved lives.

The years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 all saw below average to near record low tornado counts in the U.S. since records began in 1954. 2017 rebounded only to the long-term mean while 2018 activity returned to well below the 25th percentile. From 2017 through 2018, the U.S. set a record for the longest period in history without a tornado death. Also in 2017 and 2018, the U.S. set a record for the longest period in history without an EF3 or stronger tornado.

The two record-low years for number of tornadoes both occurred this past decade, in 2014 and 2018. 2019 bounced to the 75th percentile but the last two years saw it drop below average, and even after two major outbreaks with around 110 reported tornados in December 2021 the year will end below the 25th percentile.

The two newsworthy major outbreaks in December 2021 with an initial estimate of around 110 tornadoes, 4 of the storms were preliminarily rated as a strong EF3 included one long track one on the ground 240 miles from Arkansas to Ohio.

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Most tornadoes stay on the ground for a short amount of time and travel short distances - 3 to 4 miles on average. Long-track and very long-track tornadoes - those that travel at least 25 and 100 miles respectively - are relatively uncommon. They account for less than 1% of all tornadoes in the United States. Long-track tornadoes require a very specific set of ingredients that must exist across a wide area. These uncommon tornadoes form from a single supercell storm - a storm with a rotating updraft called a mesocyclone - that can persist for hours.

The December 10th long track storm track extended from Arkansas to Ohio.

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On 18 March 1925, a tornado travelled at least 219 miles through the US states of Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. It killed 747 people, more than any other tornado in US history. The tornado lasted 3.5 hours, longer than any other in recorded history.

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Despite the heart-breaking coverage of the damage and deaths, better awareness and forecasts saved lives.

This recent decade long lull period followed a very active and deadly strong La Nina of 2010/11, which like the strong La Nina of 1973/74 produced record setting and very deadly outbreaks of tornadoes.

Tornadoes like most all weather extremes are driven by natural factors. Active tornado seasons or years with major outbreaks are strongly correlated with stronger La Nina events and the cold phase of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, which favors more frequent and stronger La Ninas. 

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With a moderate La Nina currently in place and the Pacific in a La Nina favoring (cold) mode we may be entering an era like the 1950s to 1970s when La Ninas dominated, and tornado seasons were active.  The two worst December killing tornado outbreaks were in the 1950s. Given the La Nina and two rare December outbreaks, we should prepare for active seasons ahead.

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Update: See what is coming next to millions/billions of people in the hemisphere here.

Dec 12, 2021
The real climate and health crisis

Paul Driessen

Anti-fossil-fuel climate policies increase energy prices, blackouts and death tolls

Climate policies promoted and imposed by Team Biden and Democrats are based on junk science, headline-grabbing scare stories, and computer models that create far-fetched “scenarios” asserting that fossil fuel use and emissions will cause Earth to warm by 4 degrees C (7 F) over the next 80 years, and cause Arctic warming that will bring colder winters.

Those dire predictions are used to justify more taxpayer-funded “research,” like a recent Columbia University “mortality cost of carbon” study that claims 83 million people (the population of Germany) “could be killed” this century by those rising planetary temperatures. Therefore we must take “immediate action” to “transform” our energy and economic systems, and replace oil, gas and coal with (millions of) wind turbines and (billions of) solar panels and backup batteries.

These policies are lethal for people and planet They would require mining on scales unprecedented in human history, much of it by slave and child laborers, and nearly all using fossil fuels - bringing massive habitat and wildlife losses, air and water pollution, and horrific human health and safety problems.

But since most of the mining, ore processing and manufacturing will occur in other countries, far from the USA, politicians and climateers can say this “alternative energy” is “clean and green.”

Worse, climate policies cause widespread “energy poverty” - energy prices rising above families’ ability to stay adequately warm (or cool) at reasonable cost, given their incomes. That means people die. 

Modern housing and energy systems enable people to adapt to and survive even extreme heat and cold - even in Antarctica, which recently had the coldest winter temperatures ever recorded: -61C (-78 F). However, adaptation and survival become nigh impossible when government policies make it hard to heat or cool homes properly amid joblessness, inflation and soaring oil, natural gas, coal and electricity prices.

Indeed, it is often on the coldest and hottest days and nights, when heating or cooling are most essential, that winds blow at inadequate speeds to turn turbine blades and/or the sun shines with inadequate intensity on solar panels, to generate electricity. This (and wind and solar variability in general) results in recurrent blackouts and necessitates “backup” energy: coal, natural gas, diesel, hydroelectric or expensive battery systems, which significantly increase energy costs and worsen energy poverty, illness and death. 

Proposed Biden/Democrat Green New Deal policies would require that still perfectly good natural gas furnaces, water heaters, ovens and stoves be replaced with costly heat pumps and electric appliances, powered by expensive, unreliable, weather-dependent wind and solar systems. They would necessitate installing charging stations for electric cars, upgrading home and neighborhood electrical systems to 220 volts, and having pricey battery “power walls” for backup power during increasingly frequent blackouts.

All this would cost trillions of dollars, with families and small businesses bearing the brunt.

Contrary to faulty global warming “research,” far more people die in cold weather than in hot summers. In the United States and Canada, cold causes 45 times more deaths per year than heat: 113,000 from cold versus 2,500 from heat. Worldwide, with air conditioning far less available in already hot countries than in the United States, some 1,700,000 people die annually from cold versus 300,000 from heat.

A 2014 Public Health England University College of London Institute of Health Equity report underscores how energy poverty severely, disproportionately and inequitably affects poor, elderly, fixed-income and minority families - resulting in numerous, needless illnesses, health problems and deaths.

Cold homes cause or exacerbate risks of asthma, bronchitis, flu, cardiovascular disease and other adverse health conditions. Cold temperatures also increase depression, anxiety and other mental health problems, intensifying medical and physical issues. Young children, older people, those with preexisting health conditions and other vulnerable groups are especially susceptible to hypothermia, illness and death.

The Health Equity Institute calculated that one-tenth of all “excess winter deaths” in England and Wales are directly attributable to fuel poverty, and 21% of excess winter deaths are attributable to the coldest 25% of homes. Between 1990 and 2014, researchers estimated, 30,000 to 40,000 people died each year who would not have perished if their homes hadn’t been so cold. US studies reach similar conclusions.

Adjusting for population, but not for colder winter temperatures in much of the USA (versus England and Wales), this is equivalent to some 170,000 to 230,000 excess winter deaths per year in the United States.

In 2019, 344,000 German families had their electricity cut off because they couldn’t pay their power bills.

Still worse, coal, oil, natural gas, electricity and home heating costs have skyrocketed since those English, US and German reports were prepared - because of shortsighted, climate-obsessed, callous policies.

Global demand for gas and coal surged as the world recovered from Covid - but Britain and Europe banned fracking for gas in their enormous shale deposits, Germany is shutting down its nuclear plants, Russia is playing politics with gas deliveries, and UK and EU wind turbines generated far less electricity in 2021 (way below their supposed, “nameplate capacity") due to unfavorable winds.

No wonder 65% of United Kingdom renters are struggling this year to pay their energy bills, 25% of Scots live in energy poverty, and 400,000 more UK households are on the brink of losing their gas and electricity provider before Christmas. Europe’s energy costs hit new records, and millions of UK households face 70% rise in energy bills. Excess winter death tolls will also likely set new records.

That’s happening in America too, as the Biden Administration stymies leasing, drilling, fracking and pipelines, and sends gasoline and food prices rocketing upward, amid the highest inflation rate in 39 years.

Climate policies will also exacerbate health risks in hospitals. At 13 cents per kilowatt-hour (average US business rate today) a 650,000-square-foot hospital building would pay about $2.5 million annually for electricity. At 27 cents per kWh (Britain’s pre-October average), the annual cost jumps to $5.2 million; at 39 cents per kWh (Germany’s earlier average), to $7.5 million! Those soaring costs would bring chillier conditions, employee layoffs, higher medical bills, reduced patient care, and more deaths.

Consider too that one-third of American families already had difficulty six years ago adequately heating and cooling their homes, and one-fifth of U.S. households had to reduce or forego food, medicine and other necessities to pay their energy bills. Even before COVID, low-income, Black, Hispanic and Native American families were spending a greater portion of their incomes on energy than average households.

Impacts on hard-pressed working families and people on fixed incomes would be just as harmful and disproportionate, as they too spend a greater portion of their limited incomes on energy.

Job destruction, energy poverty, illness and deaths would increase dramatically under anti-fossil-fuel policies mandated and imposed by the Biden Administration and fellow Democrats - in the name of fairness, equity and “climate justice.”

Those policies would also make America’s energy, economy, national security and foreign policy increasingly dependent on China - already the world’s biggest coal user and greenhouse gas emitter - in an increasingly dangerous world. That’s because China controls most of the metals and minerals required by “green” energy and modern transportation, communication and defense technologies.

This is The Real Climate Crisis. The ecological destruction and human death tolls should shock all of us.

They aren’t due to climate changes that are mostly natural, weather events that are no more frequent or extreme than over the previous century, or manmade global warming that exists almost solely in computer models that rely on junk-science greenhouse-gas hypotheses. The real climate crisis is due to policies that are being rammed through on the basis of false premises, fear-mongering and intolerance for fossil fuels.

Congress, courts, states and voters must act now, to reverse the damage that climate and “green” energy policies are having on our economy, jobs, health, well-being, wildlife and environment.

Paul Driessen is senior policy analyst for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (www.CFACT.org) and author of books and articles on energy, environment, climate and human rights issues. Contact: pkdriessen@gmail.com

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