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Stuart Varney asks Morano if the tide is changing on “global warming” is there a “retreat” from warmists?
Morano: “The opposite may be happening. They are getting more extreme. We are going on almost 18 years with no global warming according to the latest satellite data. So now we have studies saying there will be an increase in rape, increase in barroom fights, increase vehicle thefts, and increase in prostitution and that there will be more airline turbulence.
They are getting more and more absurd tying everything to global warming — tying global warming to Ebola. Just the other day they are saying ISIS terrorist group was created by global warming because drought conditions helped created desperation which led to an extremist ideology. They just won’t stop, they just keep coming and coming with more absurd claims.”
Extreme weather failing to follow ‘global warming’ predictions: Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Droughts, Floods, Wildfires, all see no trend or declining trends – Extreme weather at or near historic lows
Warmists criticize media for Ebola climate link! ‘The evidence is incredibly weak’ – ‘Newsweek and CNBC ran stories this week linking climate change to Ebola. I talked to 3 scientists who said ‘Nooope.’ – ‘Prematurely reporting on this link is harmful, they say, because it undermines good research that is being done on the growing link between global warming and other types of infectious diseases, such as malaria and cholera.’
CNBC: ‘Ebola outbreaks may become more frequent because of climate change, scientists have warned’ – Some scientists believe global warming—and the subsequent increase in extreme weather—could be a factor behind in the virus’s ascendance. “If you are going to get more severe dry spells followed by heavy rains that might lead to more outbreaks,” William Karesh, the executive vice-president for health and policy at the EcoHealth Alliance, told CNBC on Thursday.
British Medical Journal: ‘Climate Change Bigger Health Emergency Than Ebola’ – ‘Deaths from Ebola infection, tragic and frightening though they are, will pale into insignificance when compared with the mayhem we can expect for our children and grandchildren if the world does nothing to check its carbon emissions,’ said the editorial, written by the magazine’s editor in chief Fiona Godlee.