June 24, 2004

Baked Big Apple

Filed under: Health Effects, Heat Waves

A new study claims NYC heat deaths will rise dramatically in 21st century. Yet heat deaths have declined in recent decades, proving that humans adapt to climate change.

June 23, 2004

Promises, Promises

“Scientific research based on fact—not ideology.” That’s what Democratic hopeful John Kerry is promising. But there are some pertinent facts about global warming that Kerry will probably ignore.

Kerry has recently attacked President Bush’s record on science, including his actions on the issue of climate change. He accuses Bush of underplaying the threats climate change poses and the role humans play in it, and ignoring the scientific consensus on the issue.

Yet if Kerry his true to his word, it will only be a matter of time before Kerry stands alongside the President on the issue of anthropogenic climate change—for scientific facts stand in stark contrast to the climate-change-is-catastrophic ideology.

March 9, 2004

European Hotties

Filed under: Health Effects, Heat Waves

Summer 2003 may or may not have been Western Europe’s hottest on record. But Europeans should have seen it coming and adapted as Americans have.

Whether or not the summer of 2003 was the hottest on record in Western Europe we may never know. But the heat itself should not have taken Europeans by surprise.

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