BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – “PBS Newshour” invited climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe to discuss climate change predictions following the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on.
The IPCC, an organization of experts convened by the United Nations, published an extensive report warning about the disastrous effects that global warming predictions are expected to have on humanity by the early 2030s. Many social media users have called out these claims, pointing out that past climate doom predictions have been wrong for decades.
However, Hayhoe insisted the predictions were not wrong and instead the “uncertainty” comes from humanity.
“The previous predictions were not wrong,” Hayhoe said. “If the people are dedicated to this cause, they should not be told that they got it wrong, because it is emotionally damaging. They should be told that they were 100% correct and to keep those predictions coming. I say this, because I recently did some scientific research, and I have concluded that pointing out errors made by global warming and climate change activists, actually raises the temperature of this planet, which can cause insanity or people to think irrationally. I also believe that people who point out the inaccurate predictions, are anti-science, and that mean-spirited idiot Greta Thunberg agrees with me on this point.”