Denier-in-Chief Trump Should Read NOAA's Frightening New Climate Report

Federal report sees human-caused changes to California's climate

"That doesn't change the larger point that scientists were anxious that the government wouldn't approve the report or release it through normal channels". As others have pointed out - and The New York Times should have noticed - drafts of this report have been published and made widely available online months ago during the public comment period.

The irony of the liberal media is they adore a story about "scientists" warning of planetary doom getting suppressed by Republicans and their fossil-fuel financiers, while they fervently believe in suppressing opposition to the doomsayers as dangerously unscientific. "There are no alternative explanations".

As for "change", well, all reports go through changes. And thawing tundra has also been emitting massive amounts of methane, causing more short-term warming than carbon dioxide and creating its own sort of feedback loop, leading to more thawing of the tundra.

"Climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing humanity and life on Earth", said the peer-reviewed publication, put together by almost 500 scientists around the globe and released each year by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the American Meteorological Society.

"These comments reflect the utterances of someone who either doesn't have the faintest understanding of the science, or has total contempt for scientific truth", Michael Mann, climatologist, geophysicist and director of Penn State's Earth System Science Center, told Gizmodo. The agency said the aim of the report was purely "diagnostic".

But this is an unusual time, and what remains uncertain is whether the report now pass the test of an administration that has an unprecedented hostility to climate science and to some degree science itself.

"On Monday, all three networks pounced on the story, speculating about the Trump administration's nefarious plans".

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The findings contradict the talking points of the Trump administration, which has openly questioned the science behind climate change and the degree that humans contribute to it, and which has moved to reverse the clean-air initiatives of the Obama White House.

We hold our future in our hands, as the report makes clear: "Choices made today will determine the magnitude of climate change risks beyond the next few decades". The latest report holds little back. "The reporter just didn't know and the editors didn't know and once it was brought to our attention, we sorted it out" and ran a correction.

The new report documents things including record high sea levels, declines in global ice and snow cover and weather related extremes.

Greenhouse gas concentrations were up.

The report said 2016 was the sixth consecutive year in which the global sea level increased compared with the previous year.

Neither the draft reports nor the final National Climate Assessment itself are scientific documents; they are products of government-subsidized and employed scientists, bureaucrats and political operatives who all have powerful professional reasons to push the overarching global warming narrative that the Earth's temperature is soaring due to human-sourced Carbon dioxide emissions.

- Hottest year -The report confirmed prior announcements that 2016 was the hottest year since contemporary records began, marking the third year in a row that global records were broken planet-wide.

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