The “long whimper” of failing climate alarmism

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Guest essay by Gary Pearse (elevated from a comment)

On the thread Yale University Closes Climate Change Institutelongtime WUWT commenter Gray Pearse gave a synopsis of the anemic state of climate activism these days. As I published that article, I had thought to myself that the closing of this Yale Climate Institute signals a sea-change, one that has been long in coming. Gary cemented those thoughts, and I have reproduced his comments here with added links to his references in order to provide the perspective.


Gary Pearse

This is part of the long whimper. Climategate in 2009 and the “ridiculously resilient” Pause were pretty much the straws that cracked the climate’s back. The timing of both marked the beginning of the pandemic of chronic clinical depression that struck an unknown number of prominent climate scientists more than halfway through their careers that we…

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2 thoughts on “The “long whimper” of failing climate alarmism

  1. Yep, we’ve seen the demise of ‘Peak Oil’, shot down in flames via human ingenuity and engineering know-how. Instead of oil becoming an increasingly rare and expensive commodity we are sloshing around knee-deep in the stuff and can barely give it away.

    Now we are seeing the demise of ‘Peak CAGW’, destroyed by increasingly obvious dishonesty by alarmist profiteers and dodgy grantseeking academics, not to mention the biggest sceptic of them all, Mother Nature herself.

    There is of course a very obvious connection between the new era of cheap energy and the death of climate alarmism.

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