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Liberal Scientists’ “Global Warming” Exhibit FROZEN In Mounds Of Snow And Ice

A picture is worth a thousand words.


Global-warming pushers have set up a “base camp” demonstration to educate world leaders about man-made climate change at the World Economic Forum in Davos. 

Only one problem – it is buried in historically-cold wind chills, snow and ice. 

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Talk about irony! The frigid run-down from Daily Caller:

There was so much snow, authorities evacuated some neighborhoods due to avalanche concerns, CNBC reported. Global elites headed to the conference had to force their way through heavy snow drifts.

CNBC reported that “heavy snow had already blocked the rail line through the Alps from Zurich, and villages along the route were at the highest level of avalanche alert.” Davos visitors were forced off trains and onto “a half-hour bus trip on back roads around the blockage and then loading them onto a crowded red commuter train that ran the rest of the way into Davos.”


The camp was first set up by climate scientists, including those from the British Antarctic Survey, at Davos in 2017 to “convey that long-term negative changes in the Arctic pose serious socio-economic risks to the rest of the world,” according to a January 2017 World Economic Forum blog post.

Scientists hope to convince global leaders to take drastic actions to fight global warming. Climate has been a major topic of past Davos meetings, and even though most of the world signed onto the Paris climate accord, experts fear it’s not enough to stop “dangerous” warming.

Indeed, high-profile celebrities and politicians have visited the camp in the past, including former Vice President Al Gore. Fashion designer Stella McCartney visited the camp this year, obviously bundled up to stay warm in the midst of all that snow.

Yes, yes, we know global warming is about averages, not week-to-week weather. But the science is best summed-up in this cartoon:



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