Warmists and a wave of disease

One overlooked aspect of the climate change argument is the link between climate and disease. Contrary to the fear mongering of the warmist con game, we have a lot more to fear from global cooling than global warming, when it comes to disease.While researching my very first article about the warming controversy, I came across evidence that climatic changes may well have been a factor in triggering the Black Plague of the 14th century. The culprit was not warming, but its polar (so to speak) opposite -- long-term cooling across the entire northern hemisphere. (That same article contains what may well be one of the first public assertions that the brief post-70s warming interlude had ended and that we were actually entering a period of cooling.)The last decade of the 13th century saw the end of the little Climatic Optimum (LCO), more widely known as the Medieval Warming Period. During this epoch, roughly the 10th to 13th centuries, Europe experienced a population explosion not seen...(Read Full Post)

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