Desperate Attempts To Manipulate Temperature Data Exposed

They did a study, proved themselves wrong, and tried to hide it

The results of a new European study in The Lancet reported that cold-related deaths account for 10 times the number of deaths due to heat. But when it came to presenting the results, the study’s authors pulled a graphical sleight of hand.

The graph on the left is from a Lancet article. The graph on the right is the visually correct version created by the CO2 Coalition.

You can see the classic trickery employed by climate alarmists here, trying as best they can to paint heat as worse than it is and cold as not as bad as it is.

This involved changing the X axis from which the two statistics are being measured.

Big ups to the CO2 Coalition for spotting this and for creating the correct version, which CLEARLY shows that cold is way more deadly than heat — in fact, more than ten times the severity in some countries.

The following is a short excerpt from my latest book, The Beginners Guide To The Climate Con, which in the first chapter features a deep dive into the Global Warming Hoax, dismantling the agenda piece by piece.

The above chart is just a small list of some of the benefits to humanity and to wildlife that we would all enjoy should things get a little warmer here.

Unfortunately, as has been pointed out by numerous awake scientists, we are more likely to be entering into a period of cooling. (I still have my fingers crossed for better weather arriving in the UK.)

Hopefully, these predictions are not correct. Mild warming would be so good, whereas colder temperatures will see harsher, longer winters, and NOBODY wants that!

One good thing that would come from cooling is that it would become increasingly harder for those in the alarmist camp who have gone all in on the “we’re burning alive, fast” narrative to continue the charade.

This would wake some people up, but it would suck, because it would be cold.

There is a massive saving grace advantage we have in this era that previous generations haven’t been so blessed to experience.

That marvel is technology.

The incredible rate of progression we have seen in recent years bears hope for the future, even if things get a bit colder. We have an amazing tendency to invent ways of living in this world than transcend the cruel, unforgiving natural world.

With this technological abundance we find ourselves in, conditions are ripe for the flourishing of mankind’s knowledge and creativity. Brilliant new ways of going about our existence here on earth are only a few mind-blowing inventions away from being COMPLETELY overhauled.

These new technologies may already exist, but they are being suppressed. However, the optimist in me has such faith in the power of human evolution that there will come a time when our advancements will make worrying about a little cooling of the earth child’s play to fix.

This is especially true when we look at energy and how we power our societies.

The fascinating field of energy exploration is covered in The Beginners Guide To The Climate Con.

When we listen to history and the tales of rising and falling of empires around the world, we’re often told that when weather changed, entire empires were wiped out. For instance, the Roman Empire flourished in the Medieval Warm Period then fell apart when conditions became unfavourable. Crop yields decreased and life became HARDER because it got COLDER. Even legacy media writes of that period: “The eastern Roman Empire was brought to its knees after a century of cold weather led to famine and plague across the ancient world” ~ The Daily Mail

These same outlets will write in the next article that global warming will kill us all, right!?

Stay warm.

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