California wildfires incinerate people, wildlife and habitats. Politicians blame climate change.
It should be apparent by now if global warming causes increasing drought and wildfires. Objective evidence shows that is not the case.
Global warming campaigners want us to believe that history started yesterday; the better for them to "cherry pick" the starting point of a data series to create the false impression that natural phenomena are worse today than in the past. Their claims don't survive fact checking.
The wildfires that struck California’s fabled wine country and surrounding areas have left behind death and destruction on an unimaginable scale. When policies create conditions that make forests ripe for wildfires or that force people to live in high-risk areas, don’t be surprised if disaster ensues.
This illustration shows that hurricanes have occurred over a broad span of years -- Global warming pronouncements from on high to the contrary.