Climate Craziness of the Week: @NPR invites global warming hypochondriacs to tell their story
John Garrett writes in WUWT Tips and Notes:
Only NPR could possibly do something this stupid:
Recent years have been among the warmest on record, with a spike in record-high temperatures. Heat waves are also projected to become more frequent, more severe and longer.
NPR is working on a series of stories on what happens when people, animals and plants can’t cool down. We would like to know how rising temperatures are affecting your life, business or community.
Have hotter days (and nights) changed your daily routines or long-term plans? Has your business had to adapt to higher temperatures? Please fill out the form below and someone from NPR may follow up with you.
It sounds like an invitation for venting hypochondriacs who imagine they are able to detect that slight increase in temperature over the last 100 years as seen in the real world experience scaled version of NASA GISS global temperatures below:
I’m sure WUWT readers can help NPR understand.
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