NYT admits frogs not global warming victims

In 2006, the New York Times published an article headlined "Frog Killer is linked to global warming". However it was not true. The Times now has a half-hearted retraction where the author, Andrew Revkin, goes to great lengths to try to explain the background of the story before he admits that the original article was wrong.

Now, it turns out that the mix of forces that caused these colorful residents of cloud forests to vanish from misty slopes remains contentious even though they have become an icon in discussions of extinction dangers from rapid climate change.

The MSM earlier had the polars bears dying off due to Global Warming. What's next?

Maybe this is another sign that the global warming hoax is slowly unraveling as covered by Jerome J. Schmitt in a recent AT article.
In 2006, the New York Times published an article headlined "Frog Killer is linked to global warming". However it was not true. The Times now has a half-hearted retraction where the author, Andrew Revkin, goes to great lengths to try to explain the background of the story before he admits that the original article was wrong.

Now, it turns out that the mix of forces that caused these colorful residents of cloud forests to vanish from misty slopes remains contentious even though they have become an icon in discussions of extinction dangers from rapid climate change.

The MSM earlier had the polars bears dying off due to Global Warming. What's next?

Maybe this is another sign that the global warming hoax is slowly unraveling as covered by Jerome J. Schmitt in a recent AT article.