How much more evidence does the press need that global warming is otherwise known as 'the weather'?

For 150 years, there has been exponential growth in the use of coal, oil, crude oil, gasoline, propane, and heating oil.  There has been a massive increase in the use of cars, trucks, CO2, methane, the population, and numerous other things we are told cause an existential threat of rapid warming of the Earth. 

If all of the things that we are told cause warming actually did that, we would not see the record cold temperatures throughout  significant portions of the U.S. in October 2022.

Such as here:

Cold blast to bring record-breaking temperatures to large part of U.S. this week

The chilly temps could affect more than 60 million people as far west as Colorado and south into Florida, according to the National Weather Service.

High temperatures in Midwestern, Northeastern and even Southeastern states are expected to be 10 to 25 degrees below average, with low temperatures near freezing possible as far south in cities like Atlanta and Jackson, Mississippi.

How many pieces of scientific data are necessary that show that the climate has always changed cyclically and naturally before this fraud ends, or before the media ask questions and do research instead of just repeating talking points?

John Kerry, Al Gore, Joe Biden, Bill Gates, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and others should be asked the simple question: how do we have record cold temperatures after 150 years of the exponential growth of natural resources if that causes warming? 

If there is no correlation, there is no causation. 

A major existential threat to our survival as a great country is when educators, journalists, students, politicians, and bureaucrats just repeat talking points instead of doing research and asking questions.  Basically, they are encouraged to ignore critical thinking.  They are being indoctrinated on a continuing basis.  The entertainment industry and a whole lot of others are major contributors to indoctrination. 

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