When it comes to adhering to the time-honored sales advice that is “always be closing,” you’ll never be at a loss of examples when it comes to the issue of global warming/climate change. This story from CTV News shows how it’s done and is sure to earn the Al Gore seal of approval:
Antarctica's coldest winter on record doesn't disprove global warming https://t.co/Vo8Ki5PVKq pic.twitter.com/QQUvXMPAAf
— CTV News (@CTVNews) October 17, 2021
That tweet will probably be shared a lot at the COP26 summit in a couple weeks.
It may not disprove it, but it makes articles like this from last year look ridiculous in hindsight pic.twitter.com/fOAL0DLgcO
— Charles Signorile (@CharlieSigs) October 18, 2021
The headline just last year .
Melting Antarctic ice will raise sea level by 2.5 metres – even if Paris climate goals are met, study findshttps://t.co/te0GQ7nlVR
— John Rafuse (@JohnRafuse1) October 17, 2021
Record heat? Global warming! Record cold? Global warming!
But earth cycles going back millions of years that show we are at a historical low in terms of CO2 and global temps give critical missing context that none of you global warming alarmists are willing to give because it's not about science it's about politics.
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) October 18, 2021
Don't believe your eyes. You must believe what we tell you! https://t.co/tMsBiQaOY0
— IrishTea1 (@IrishTea1) October 18, 2021
Im old enough to remember when Al Gore told us the polar ice caps would be ice free by 2013. So yea… it kinda does. https://t.co/GZlY2CeJZy
— Paul Thacker (@paulthacker11) October 18, 2021
It would be interesting to know what would. We are repeatedly assured that nothing ever counts against global warming. Events can confirm it, but events cannot refute it. Can a theory that is not open to empirical refutation be called scientific? https://t.co/ZZiNgG8G5g
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) October 18, 2021
Since the Antarctica's coldest winter on record doesn't disprove global warming, would it have proved it if it was the warmest 6 months on record?
— Notalia – Untermensch (@NotaliaMateo) October 18, 2021
what would disprove global warming?
— Hazos (@hazos1) October 17, 2021
Everything seems to prove global warming, but there doesn’t seem to be anything that disproves it.
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