CLIMATE CHANGE OUTRAGE: Claims wildfire caused by global warming BLASTED as ‘not credible’

wildfiresSeveral reports had linked the wildfire in Canada to increased global temperatures and said that more wildfires will ensue as a result of global warming.

Temperatures in the continent of North America have risen by four degrees Fahrenheit in the first third of this year when compared to the 20th century average, which makes it the second hottest on record.

This led Marko Princevac, a fire expert at the University of California at Riverside, to warn: “Based on what we know and in which direction the climate is going, yes, we can expect more frequent super fires.

“There is scientific consensus that climate change will lead to much more intense fires, more dry areas.”

Another report published in Ecography, stated there will be a “sharp increase” in wildfires in typically colder places such as the most northwestern US state, Alaska, as temperatures increase.

While they undoubtedly play into green propaganda, Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, criticised these scientists for being irresponsible when blaming the fires on climate change and said that experts should be focussing more on the damage to the environment caused by the fire, rather than how climate change caused it.

She said in a statement: “Some reports have suggested that the wildfires are directly caused by climate change.

“No credible climate scientist would make this claim, and neither do I make this claim. 

“Rather, we must turn our minds in the coming days to the impact of increased extreme climate events, and what we can do collectively to respond to these events.”

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    Ron C.


    May’s statement you quoted is welcome, her first reaction was to blame it on climate change. Trudeau criticized her position, and she backed off. From the Chicago Tribune (who sides with the alarmists):
    On May 4, he (Trudeau) abruptly criticized Green Party leader Elizabeth May for spelling out the obvious: that the fiery consumption of Fort McMurray and the global climate crisis are linked. “Any time we try to make a political argument on one particular disaster, I think it’s a bit of shortcut that can sometimes not have the desired outcome,” Trudeau countered. “There have always been fires.”

    More on disasters and wildfires here:

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    Does this sound familiar?

    [i]”Based on what we know and in which direction the climate is going, yes, we can expect more frequent super fires.
    There is scientific consensus that climate change will lead to much more intense fires, more dry areas.”[/i]

    Perhaps it should…

    Here are 10 post Katrina public hurricane predictions from a decade ago:

    [i]1. NBC Says To ‘Expect Such Storms More Often’ Thanks To Global Warming

    2. CBS: Frequency of Sandy and Katrina-like Storms Will ‘Double’ By 2030

    3. ABC: Claims Scientists Might Need to Invent Category 6 for Hurricane Scale

    4. CBS: Katrina Is The Beginning of What May Be ‘A Long Stretch of Wild and Devastating Weather’

    5. CBS: Liberal Environmentalist Claims ‘Katrina Was First Urban Extinction’ and ‘Just the Beginning’ of Extreme Weather

    6. CBS’s Hannah Storm Claims Katrina-like Storms Will Happen ‘All Along Our Atlantic and Gulf Coastlines.’

    7. ‘No End In Sight’ For Big Hurricanes, CBS Says

    8. NBC Blames Global Warming for Stronger Hurricanes, Says It’s ‘A Trend That’s Likely To Continue’

    9. CBS: Sunday Morning Warns There Will be Twice as Many ‘Monsters’

    10. Time Editor on CBS: ‘Katrina-type Events Are Turning Out To Be Twice As Likely’ During Warming Years[/i]

    And then, there’s [u]this[/u]:

    [i]As the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season winds down, NOAA is fear mongering again even as Atlantic hurricane activity has dropped a whopping 80 percent from 10 years ago. That’s according to a new analysis released yesterday by Dr. Roy Spencer, a meteorologist and team leader for the Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer flying on NASA’s Aqua satellite.[/i]

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    David Lewis


    I find it amazing that Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, deviated from the standard stand of the environmentalists, namely, if it is bad, climate change caused it.

    Since there is no credible evidence of adverse climate change impacts occurring today, such has worsening hurricanes, she relies on the standard stance that anthropological climate change will have devastating impact in the future. However, this is based on climate models that are running three to three and half times hotter than observed data.

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    Why is it most of the nut job climate fear mongering comes out of California ? Why do people live there ? Oh yeah …hot sunny weather .

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