Chris Martz, a trained meteorologist and weather historian has posted an amazing post to X blasting the lairs in the climate alarmist community and reveals them for the liars that they truly are.

I won’t even summarize anything, here. I’m just going to repost what he wrote because it is succinct and spot on…

Here’s my story.

I have been studying climate change for over six-years, and became so interested in it that I decided to pursue a meteorology degree which I complete next year.

When I first embarked on this journey, I started out as a casual believer in the mainstream narrative. I wouldn’t have called myself a “climate doomer” per se, but if not that, I was certainly an alarmist. I thought that climate change was a very serious problem. I was worried about the weather, thinking that it was more extreme than it has ever been in history. I thought that wickedly warm December in 2015 was unprecedented, living in blissful ignorance of the fact similarly mild Decembers occurred in 1889, 1932, 1964, 1965 and 1982. I thought Hurricane Harvey was also unprecedented, not knowing that we have had far more intense hurricane strikes in the past such as Camille (1969) and Labor Day (1935). I was a total dork blindly accepting whatever was spoon-fed to me.

Then one day, I came across my friend Tony Heller’s YouTube channel. Soon after, Joe Bastardi’s page. The two of them know our weather history better than anyone else and it’s not even close. And, I sat down, I listened to what they had to say, and they put things into some much-needed perspective. I then, and only then, began to question what I was taught about the weather becoming more extreme as a result of carbon dioxide emissions. Then I began to think for myself, I began to research. I didn’t divert my thinking to other people, I dove headfirst into the data. Bought books, read through the literature (not the Washington Post headlines) and I educated myself.

The weather we observe today is really no different than it was 30, 50 or 100-years ago and the coupled, non-linear ocean-atmosphere system is far more complex than many scientists make it out to be. The more I research, the less concerned I am. Sure, we impact the environment around us, and that includes the climate. But, this idea that we’re in a “climate crisis” just isn’t a scientifically supportable statement. The human condition has never been better than it is today, and that is largely thanks to fossil fuels. And, life without reliable and affordable energy such as oil and natural gas is cold, dark and short.

And, perhaps a more startling revelation is that most climate activists are Marxists masquerading as environmentalists. They advertise as being “green” on the outside, but in reality, they are red on the inside. Watermelons, if you will. It wasn’t apparent to me at first, but through my interactions with these green energy scammers on this platform and in real life, I’ve come to find that the entire movement is just smoke and mirrors for an authoritarian agenda that my values do not align with. I made the mistake of thinking that these people had a common goal of finding truth by means of the scientific method. I gave them an inch, they demand a mile. There’s no meeting in the middle with these people. They are champions of DEI until it comes to diversity of opinion. They’re disgusting, vile and dangerous.

Ever since becoming vocal about my position, I have faced threats from hundreds of climate activists. They write into my university emailing my professors trying to get me kicked out before I finish my undergraduate degree. They engage in extortion trying to get me to absorb back into the fold, or else they’ll make sure my career is ruined. They’ve been unsuccessful, and I’m not concerned. But, it just goes to show the lengths these people will go to in order to achieve the outcome they want. They see me, a 21-year-old college student, as a threat to their house of cards. They don’t like that someone so young can see through their buIIshit and is actively educating young people on these matters.

If there is anyone out there who is on the fence on the issue, I encourage you to keep an open mind. Get your information from a wide array of sources and follow people with differing perspectives, and form your own educated conclusion. But, remain open to new ideas. I am told that my judgement is clouded, but my views changed upon a second close examination of the data. I encourage others to do the same.

Now, there’s some truth to power.

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