Heatwaves and fires around the world are in the news, and Newsweek helped sound the climate change alarm:
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) July 28, 2018
According to Newsweek’s attribution, that photo is from 2006, apparently so the point could be made that the “new normal” has been going on for quite a while. Newsweek also confessed that many of the fires are suspected to have been started by arsonists, but climate change exacerbated them so just shut up and blame global warming, deniers!
Meanwhile, there are alternate theories for why it’s so hot:
It July, say climate experts.
— LetsRollLight (@EnjoyViolence) July 28, 2018
It's called summer
— Chris (@ChrisMears00) July 28, 2018
Orrrrrrr… it's late July. https://t.co/IMPM6X5IOr
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) July 28, 2018
Wait ‘til they see how bad it gets in August!
— JayBird (@Jimmy_McJohn) July 28, 2018
— Dr. Richard Harambe (@Richard_Harambe) July 28, 2018
so when #climatechange skeptics point out when it's especially cold in the winter, that's not proof that climate change isn't real. but when it's especially hot in the summer, it IS proof that #ClimateChangeIsReal 🤔 https://t.co/skopjM9Yhp
— Eric (@EricRSchmitt) July 28, 2018
I think you’re on to something because the weather has been REALLY hot for the last forever summers.
— Hoppy (@HoppyHopkinz) July 28, 2018
Maybe it depends on what your definition of “new normal” is.