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Heartland Institute Launches ClimateRealism.com

March 24, 2020

By Paul Homewood

 

 

 WUWT has news of a new website launched by the Heartland Institute, to augment the excellent factchecking site, Climate At A Glance:

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Nearly every day, the establishment media promotes new climate propaganda themes designed to scare people into believing a climate crisis is at hand. When the Climate Scare goes unrebutted, people are likely to believe by default that the propaganda is true. Yet most of the media’s climate propaganda is misleading or outright false. ClimateRealism.com will address and debunk the media’s most prominent climate-related tall tales.

The alarmist Climate Delusion depends on people being uninformed or misinformed,” said Heartland Institute President James Taylor.ClimateRealism.com will provide policymakers, media, and the general public with timely and easy-to-understand information that debunks media-peddled climate scares. No longer will the public have to blindly accept the climate propaganda they see on television or read on the internet.”

“With updates provided in response to these scares, people will want to make ClimateRealism.com a part of their daily internet routine,” Taylor added.

Regular updates at ClimateRealism.com will feature concise Heartland-authored articles, as well as summaries and links to articles written by other climate realists. The regular articles are designed to explain the truth behind the media’s climate scares in a clear, succinct manner. Links within the articles will direct readers to supporting facts and information.

ClimateRealism.com will also serve as a portal linking to additional climate resources, such as Heartland’s new Climate-at-a-Glance website. ClimateAtAGlance.com provides compelling, easy to digest one- and two-page summaries of frequently discussed climate issues, such as hurricanes, droughts, species impacts, and more. The summaries are particularly valuable for policymakers, teachers, and students.

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9 Comments
  1. Broadlands permalink
    March 24, 2020 11:43 pm

    “The summaries are particularly valuable for policymakers, teachers, and students.”

    “…provide policymakers, media, and the general public with timely and easy-to-understand information that debunks media-peddled climate scares.”

    At the risk of being all too cynical…few of these people will read these summaries, never mind the evidence behind them. The liberal media won’t mention, much less promote them. And will continue to try to make the Heartland Institute out as a “right wing” organization supported by oil and coal. A tough row to hoe…but needed.

  2. Luc Ozade permalink
    March 25, 2020 5:07 am

    Good luck to them; something like this is not before time – although sites like Paul’s, WUWT, Climate Depot, GWPF, James Delingpole on Breitbart (and many others) have been spreading the truth for years. I just hope that the Heartland Institute has a massive funding progamme so that they can keep advertising their sites across the MSM for a long time.

  3. March 25, 2020 7:05 am

    that “unprecedented” warming proves human cause has become so common it is taken for granted. It needs to be debunked.

    https://tambonthongchai.com/2020/03/24/unprecedented/

    • Broadlands permalink
      March 25, 2020 6:22 pm

      “In contrast, the study finds one very coherent period of global warming, an unprecedented warming extending over 98 percent of the globe, starting in the 20th century. This is almost certainly caused by us.”

      20th Century Averages: The contiguous US is five degrees F. COOLER (52°F) than the globe (57°F). The Northern hemisphere is ~six degrees warmer than the US. The Southern hemisphere is only four. Where is the coherent global warming in the 20th century? Where is it today… NH plus SH divided by two = 58.6°F (global 2019)?

  4. goodthinkingcom permalink
    March 25, 2020 8:58 am

    Hi Paul, i am sure you will have thought of this already but as a lot of the world is in lockdown now and so much machinery switched off, how long do you think it will be before the carbon dioxide measuring devices register a drop. And if it does not drop WHY NOT ??

    Thanks Tony

    • March 25, 2020 9:48 am

      I think man’s contribution to the total CO2 is so small that it would take years to notice

  5. Broadlands permalink
    March 25, 2020 12:22 pm

    I agree with Paul. Humans cannot lower CO2 in the atmosphere by stopping their CO2 emissions. The reason? This only leaves the carbon in the ground or in storage somewhere. Industrial carbon capture and storage technology can do it, but it too would take many years to have a measurable effect. A common misconception.

  6. Arthur Clapham permalink
    March 25, 2020 12:52 pm

    At last a breath common common sense!!.

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