With the coronavirus hitting our food supply chain, we’re all glancing nervously towards the farming districts and hoping they’ll be able to get things planted in time for the growing season. But at least with all this global warming we keep hearing about, spring should be here much earlier and summer should last longer, right? So take a look at Welland Ontario, down in the Niagara fruit belt, and see if you can spot the difference. As always, one year is 1919 and one year is 2019 and you have to guess which is which.
The correct answer: 1919 is the green dotted line, and gold is 2019.
If you found it hard to tell which is which, it gives you an idea of how big a deal climate change has been in peoples’ ordinary lives over the past century.
I love this competition because it perfectly places in context , for those of us suffering in the continental climate of eastern Canada, the significance of even the wildest claims for warming. That is to say that they pale into insignificance compared to the daily temperature variation never mind the seasonal!
I have never believed in man-made global warming, right from the beginning. As a scientist, it was all hookey to me. After reading 'The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change' by Marc Moran, it dawned on me that it wasn't just misguided scientists but a level of corruption that goes right to the depths of government (I'm British by the way). Nexus is doing incredible work in pushing back against this total nonsense - unfortunately, the MSM is against you, but you MUST keep going . All credit (kudos in American English) to you. Keep up the great work.