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Another Climate Alarmist click bait headline that only fuels the religious zealots beliefs

According to this article from the Toronto Star (Sept. 27, 2016), New Brunswick puffins are dying out due to climate change.    Apparently only 12 % of the puffin chicks on ONE island in the Bay of Fundy (Machias Seal Island) survived this summer and scientists suggest climate change is to blame.

If you take the time to read the article (which we know most people won’t do), it states  that the average annual survival rate is 59%.  Further down, it’s revealed that in 2013, it was 15 per cent.  BUT, and here we go….in 2014 it was 44 % and 75 % in 2015.

That’s right.  Just last year the success rate was ABOVE AVERAGE.  What did they contribute that to?  Did we see headlines about that?  I don’t recall.  So I did a Google search….Nothing.    But there are plenty of sites repeating the same headline as the T. Star.

As usual, we are continuously bombarded with phoney alarmist headlines that don’t hold up under scrutiny.

Click here for Toronto Star article


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2 Comments on “Another Climate Alarmist click bait headline that only fuels the religious zealots beliefs”

  1. Segue C September 28, 2016 at 10:47 am #

    I’ll take your word for it, rather than give the Red Star the click… these propaganda outfits are all the same; selective reporting as well as selective amnesia.

    For environmental evangelists they seem pretty clueless about natural cycles and boom/bust population patterns but then few see Nature in the raw and those who do generally set about grooming it for their comfort and convenience. Pretty soon all hiking trails will post trigger warnings as well as liability disclaimers.

    The fact that CAGW activists keep getting stuck in the ice on expeditions to a supposedly ice-free Arctic tends to prove the efficacy and danger in the bombardment with disinformation…

    • Donna Quixote September 28, 2016 at 12:58 pm #

      The link to the Red Star is more for verification purposes of my claims, than for people to actually access their propaganda. I find environmental evangelists are pretty clueless about most things connected with nature. 🙂

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